Hello all! I have been a long time racing games/sim driver. I have changed several wheels over the last 2 decades. I have a Logitech G29. The wheel has a 900 degree turn. I can't find a way to setup the wheel with the game for it to work perfectly on each car. For example, if You take a new racing car like a Corvette C7R and setup the wheel for it (I put 360 degrees) it will work fabulous. If You take a normal car (not a race car) it will not work so good, because those cars have bigger turn degrees than race cars. I turn the car left on the wheel but the screen is showing me a different degree turn in? On some race cars the wheel feels perfect, turning in just like You are on the wheel. On some other cars, it feels like the wheel is too slow or some times too fast/sensitive to what are You doing with it. My question is, what wheel settings are You using in Your Logitech Gaming Software and ingame? Also, has anybody else noticed that in the allignment setup area for camber and toe in, it says some weird stuff. Like if You raise the value of camber (go +) You car will gain negative camber? I work with allignments everyday in my shop, and that is not how it works. If You lower the value (-) You gain negative camber and vice versa for the positive camber. Also, shouldn't the Logitech Gaming Software preset all the buttons on the wheel for the game? Thank You!