OK, through some pretty awkward and tedious process, I've managed to get my pedals (G25 with a Bodnar adapter) working with my T300 in WRC7. And I can even use my shifter (again G25 with a Bodnar adapter) as a handbrake. Here's how to replicate what I've done: 1. Launch the game and don't touch anything on your wheel at all. Use your keyboard. Be aware that when the game tells you to "Press Enter or Start", what it actually expects you to press is Space, not Enter. Don't ask me, I don't get it either. 2. Go to Options, Controls, Steering Wheel and Axis Detection. Be sure to get ready for the next steps here before you do the actual detection - you only have one attempt at this per game launch. If you don't do it correctly, you have to exit the game and try again - the axis detection can't be repeated for some reason. 3. Start the axis detection and again, don't touch your wheel at all! This is very important, because if you touch any button on the wheel or turn it even slightly, the game immediately picks it up as your active controller, which you don't want at this point! Instead, quickly step on your clutch pedal (yes, clutch). You do not need to press it all the way, you just need the game to "notice" your pedals. The game should pick up your pedals as your active device and display its name at the top. Note that you need to be fairly quick here, otherwise it just falls back to your wheel as your active device and you'll need to start over. You might actually depress the clutch slightly before you start the axis detection to make sure the pedals get picked up faster. 4. Calibrate your clutch as the steering. When the game tells you to turn your wheel left or right, just press it fully or take your foot off - it doesn't really matter which one you choose for left and which one for right, you obviously won't be steering with your clutch anyway. 5. When the game asks you to calibrate the accelerator and brake pedals, just do what it tells you to do - press the pedal all the way. (Note - it actually doesn't matter with my pedals how much I depress the pedal at this point, it calibrates them to the same values anyway, but it might be important for people attempting to do this with different pedals, hence the reason I advice to press them fully anyway.) 6. When the game asks you to calibrate clutch, you can either skip it or just use clutch again - it doesn't really matter (well at least with my pedals). 7. Now the game knows about your pedals. If you step on them now, you should see movement on the appropriate axis in the axis detection window. If you have the same pedals as I do or if your pedals work similar to mine, you might only get to see movement on the axis above the 50 percent point of the pedal throw - I don't know how to work around that at this point, sorry... 6. Leave the axis detection menu and go to Steering Wheel, Button Bindings. Bind all the axis and buttons the way you want them. The game should respond here to all of the inputs now - pedals, wheel and shifter. When you bind the accelerator and brake pedal, the game will say it mapped your pedals as keys (in my case key 4 and key 5). Don't worry about it - they are still analog, not digital, despite the game calling them keys and not axis. Also, obviously now set your steering to your actual wheel, not to the clutch pedal - the clutch pedal was only used as a stand-in for steering to be able to complete the pedal detection. As mentioned, I can even bind my sequential shifter as handbrake at this point without any extra steps. Just be aware that you can't bind a button with the same number on different devices to different functions here. So for example since my accelerator pedal gets bound as "Key 4", I can no longer use button 4 on my wheel or on my shifter for anything else - the game doesn't seem to be able to understand the button belongs to a controller with a completely different ID, it just treats all of the buttons as if they were all on a single controller. Again - don't ask me... 7. At this point, you're basically done. If you want to be able to navigate the game using the D-pad and buttons on your wheel, you can now go to Options, Controls, Change controller and just press Start on your wheel when the game tells you to. However - there's obviously some issues... First - you have to do the axis detection stuff (points 1 to 5) every single time you launch the game to make the game aware of your pedals. But at least you don't have to redo the button/axis binding every time - the game saves them, it's just that it doesn't seem to see the pedals unless you redo the axis detection... And then there's the other thing I've already alluded to in point 7 - at least with my pedals, doing all of the above means the game only registers my pedals from the halfway point, meaning there's basically a 50 percent low deadzone. They still work as analog, it's just that I only have the latter half of the travel available. But with different pedals, this might not be true. And, to be honest, even with only half of the usable travel, I kinda find it better than having to resort to the stock T300 pedals... So, yeah. Hope someone might find this useful or even improve upon it.