Hello Champs! Okay, I could use a little help here. Me and a good friend of mine is gonna start working on some "rally videos" soon. And when I say "rally" I mean, take a hill climb track (or similar) and then pick a fairly high speedy car. GT/Ford Escort V8 etc etc. I'm gonna drive, and my friend is gonna be the "co-driver" reading the notes. And we are gonna record this. Well, not place a camera and film us (because we don't own one), but we gonna record the voice and the gameplay, with fraps. And then upload it to the tube, for you to watch Now, I don't really know what car to pick, but it will likely be a different one for each track. We see. Anyway, I have been practising alot to try to drift. I think alot of corners can be taken faster, and it will also look more awesome that way, LOL. Since I only own a G25, I have assigned the "handbreak" to the left paddle. (in case I have wrote the name wrong, it's the left down-shifting thingy on the wheel) Here is my problem. I don't drift at all. In fact, I don't feel any difference. Car does not even slow down on a straight when I activate it. Well, I guess there is some settings to be done with the car or?. But shouldn't there at least happen something when I activate it? Now, I don't own a license driver yet, nor a car. So I don't really know how it works IRL. But since I have seen ppl do it, I wonder if the same rule apply. Do I need to hold the paddle, or just just activate it? (like pressing a button). in what phase do I need to do it as well? I think I have a pretty good idea, but any help is appreciated. As it is now, I actually drift more by downshift to like the 1st gear and hope the car will behave the way I want. But it would be more awesome if I actually could drift. Okay, maybe you guys can give me some pointers to this subject.