I am trying to improve my lap times by doing analysis with MoTec plots of my driving VS having AI driving and set at 100% taking over my car. This technique great for braking and throttle and improved my lap times by 2 sec by later braking, faster footwork, and using more Type 1 turn in style vs I used to use more of a type 2 style can cut in early. But I am having problems with matching the low AI Steering Percent. Mine is not even close when I try to match the AI line. Do AI drivers use the same settings for steering sensitivity as when I am driving, that is when when you allow AI to take over your car? Or is this just my skill level causes a large difference in steering percent. If AI uses different settings, can I control AI to match what my steering settings are. Where and what setting variables if you know? Observations and settings. I did check that when I sit in the cockpit view and turn the wheel I see simulated steering wheel turn 90 deg to match my real wheel turns 90. This just verifies controller.ini file settings vs T500 Control Panel settings. I am using a T500, in the game Steering Speed Sensitivity= (options: control: controller2) 0 is the recommendation for using a wheel. I have Thrustmaster control panel set at 520 deg and this is set in the controller.ini as Steering Wheel Range="520" and as Steer Ratio Speed="20.00000" If GSC2013 had a skidpad “track” and one could force AI in a circle, I could see if we match % at the same speeds and radius. When I look at replays clearly AI uses a lot less turn of the wheel turn. When I look at MoTeC plots, I see the difference as well (or an even larger difference). AI is 2 seconds faster per lap now so there is room for my improvement. If I try the low AI angle of the wheel, I crash every time with the same braking point as I try to follow the AI line.