I have found the English rulebook . . lacking in specifics and detailed language. Thus, I am confused, and seeking enlightenment from veterans.
1) In order to slipstream, "the car must be driving as fast or faster than the car in front"
Does this mean:
A) The car must be in the same gear or higher than the car in front
B) The car must have moved as many or more spaces than the car in front.
2) Overshooting: The jist of the rule is that if you miss one stop in a turn, you take tire damage equal to the number of spaces overshot. If you miss 2 or more stops within the turn, your car is eliminated. Is this interpretation correct?
For # 1, it is strictly gear dependant. Slip-streaming has nothing to do with the number of spaces you move. Except that you MUST land exactly behind the car in front of you...brakes can not help in this case!
You have the right of #2! Make at least 1 stop in those 2's and 2 stops in those 3's!!!