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Real F1 wheel angle rotation?

Discussion in 'F1 2013 - The Game' started by ice_kimi, Mar 16, 2014.

  1. ice_kimi

    ice_kimi

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    Since game sticks wheel angle at 270 by default, i want to know if real F1 wheel angle rotation was same
    i feel its much more above 300 for sure, between 400-500
    does anyone know about the real wheel angle from F1?
     
  2. Phil Dawson

    Phil Dawson

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    I think it's adjustable, and changes between 190 to 270 depending on track.
     
  3. Reanimocio

    Reanimocio

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    Watch a on board at a track with a hairpin or a slow sharp turn which is present on a lot of tracks. Or watch Vettel's doughnuts from last year as I believe he used full rotation for them.
     
  4. ice_kimi

    ice_kimi

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    yes i ve watched onboard video and wheel angle rotation looks to be stuck between 400-500 degrees
    very strange Codemaster stick at 270 by default
     
  5. Mark Reynolds

    Mark Reynolds
    Physics & AI Programmer

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    I have seen oboard footage of them using 540 at Monaco..on average I generally see around 360 tho.
     
  6. Phil Dawson

    Phil Dawson

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    got a link?

    Just watched on board of monaco, the hair pin at full lock is only 360degree
     
  7. Tume

    Tume
    The unlucky Finn

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    The F1 steering is 450 degrees, I believe. I saw that by watching the Monaco hairpin onboard. :D

     
  8. Phil Dawson

    Phil Dawson

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    The vettel vid I seen was 360. Seems like it is adjustable to suit the track and driver
     
  9. Bastian Paisler

    Bastian Paisler

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    Normally it's around 450°. More or less depends on track but on most sims you can just change steering lock instead of wheel angle.