This doesn't really apply just to F1 2016. For me, it applies to all driving games. I have this bad habit and it's killing me. As I am approaching a corner--especially one after a long straight--I find I have a tendency to start moving the car over to the inside of the track. As a result, I end up either having to over-rotate the steering wheel after passing the apex (which generally results in a spin) or I run wide into the grass at mid-corner. Or I have to slow down and brake so much so I can make the corner that other cars simply pull away from me leaving the corner. I believe I do this because I'm afraid I will miss the corner/turn-in so I start "cheating" in. Also, there's years of real-world street driving where you stay in your lane. Has anyone else here faced and conquered something like this? A few tips (other than drive/practice more, which ends up enforcing the bad habit rather than correcting it) or tricks?