Now with the release of dtm 92 car packs we have lots of great cars to drive with H shifter, and they're not alone: The audi GTO, etc are also H pattern shifter car. But, there's a big but. Clutch support is still an issue in r3e. What we have today : - a clutch setting "auto" or "manual" in the general settings of the game named "car settings". Some reminiscence of old menus/settings I guess. - an H pattern yes/no in controls settings - sensitivity and "dead zone" (only for IN/begin) in advanced settings in controllers settings. - No awareness at all about the kind of gearbox the car you drive. You need to set auto clutch when driving a sequential gearbox car, otherwise you will damage the transmission in less than 2 laps - clutch release/spinning point to is set to 100% pedal press. You need to fully press the clutch pedal. This is not realistic, release point is more often somewhere in the middle of the travel of the clutch pedal. It's hard to drive fast and impossible to drive with mechanical damage On, you'll damage the transmission in few laps... - no slipping zone on the clutch release point. Looks like some ON/Off button. - with "mechanical damage" Off you can drive a H pattern gearbox without pressing the clutch (manual clutch ON) . There's nothing against it, and nothing to tell you that you need to use the clutch pedals. The car will drive as if you pressed clutch pedal. Now what we need : - the first very little thing that can help will be to be able to set an "out/end" deadzone for the clutch. With that we will be able to move the release point were it should be : not at the end of the travel of the clutch pedal (in a much more realistic point ) - the second will be to get rid of the "car settings" in the general game settings and put the clutch settings were the direction settings are now : in the car setup menu. Or at least in the session settings. - Last but not least. The "get real" need to consider the gearbox type of the car and automatically change the type of clutch depending of it: H pattern, sequential with clutch, sequential robotised, etc. So we will not have to change the clutch settings and leave it on some "get real" settings - not being able to shift so easily without a good clutch release/engage timing in "get real" while driving a h pattern gearbox car. I really hope we will have some improvement here, at this time the joy of driving dtm 92 car is a little bit reduced by all of this.