@Loore & Codemasters: What has been done to address Grid 2's online ramfest & dirty players? in GRID General Discussion Posted April 24, 2014 Loore said: Your cars retain damage now, meaning you'll have to pay to repair them. If someone's going to drive really reckless then they are going to pay the price, literally.The new handling will also have a big part in it, with GRID 2 a lot of the crashes came from people not know what lines to take around a corner; and with a dozen players all trying to drift around the same corner it wasn't always a pleasant experience. Another side effect of the handling model is that it will likely attract a different sort of player, it's a semi-sim racing game, not an arcade driving game like GRID 2. agree about handling, is the best way to avoid crashers, just a good drivestyle and good car handling.About persistent damage, i'm not sure if this will work as deterrent... you can explain better how work that ? and if someone can find funny crash other with semi-demolited car just to make them pay ?