Steering wheel alignment with in-game wheels & eliminating steering lag To match your steering rotation with the in-game steering wheel rotation, just make sure your "GRAPHICAL STEERING WHEEL RANGE" setting in CONTROLS menu matches your controller setting - be that 180, 270, 540, 900 or whatever - this setting affects the in-game graphical steering wheel rotation only. If the controller setting and this in-game setting are the same, both graphical and controller wheels steering position will match 1:1. If the controller setting and in-game steering wheel rotation are the same but they are still not aligning all the time or lagging, check that: - steering help is switched off; - speed sensitivity slider in CONTROLS > CONTROLLER 2 menu is at 0%; - your FPS performance is over 60 FPS; - VSync is switched off. Setting up the correct steering ratio For controlling the car you also need to ensure the steering ratio is correct. This is the ratio between your controller steering rotation and in-game steering lock (the maximum angle the front wheels will turn, set from the Garage menu). Default steering lock for all cars is 14 degrees, which is suitable for 270º of steering rotation from your controller. You can achieve better & more realistic steering ratio by setting steering rotation & steering lock as below: -For the formula cars, MR18, Marcas and the StockV8s, set your controller rotation to 450-540 degrees, and steering lock to 18-24 degrees; -For the Camaro, Opala and Mini set steering rotation to 900º, and steering lock to 30-33 degrees; -For the karts, set steering to 180º, keeping default steering lock of 16 degrees. Keep in mind that the steering rotation that is relevant to steering ratio is from your controller profile - the steering rotation you can set from the CONTROLS menu is just for the graphical steering wheel. Force Feedback settings Logitech G25 / G27 (sorry for portuguese but should be self-explanatory) As described above, 270 degrees of rotation is suitable for the default steering lock in all cars. It is recommended however that this setting is adjusted to what is more suitable for each car, which will require re-adjusting this setting both in Logitech profile as well as the "GRAPHICAL STEERING WHEEL RANGE" in the Controls menu. You don´t necessarily have to access the Logitech profile to change wheel rotation with the G25 / G27 - you can do it from the controller itself, by holding the two middle red buttons and press one of the following: Top: 240 degrees Right: 670 degrees Left: 450 degrees Bottom: 900 degrees Apparently this also will work for the DFGT, but obviously the settings and buttons to press are different. In-game there is no secret - just use the settings from the default G25 / G27 profiles, making sure FFB effects is set to Low and strentgh to -100% . Adjust "GRAPHICAL STEERING WHEEL RANGE" to match your Logitech profile setting: (Not that the "HEAD MOVEMENT / LOOK AHEAD / EXAGGERATE YAW sliders are for the view movement in-cockpit, not related to the actual controller setting. Digital rates are relevant for keyboards / gamepad users) There is naturally a degree of of personal taste to these settings - you may increase centering force for example if you prefer more resistance from the wheel around the center, or you may increase FFB effects in-game from LOW to add canned effects, but these settings should provide the purest FFB. Settings for TM T500 RS & Fanatec CSR V1/V2 will follow up shortly.