Is this feasible? I guess what I am trying to find out it is, am I ultimately, fighting a losing battle, by trying to race properly with a Vibration feedback wheel. I have a Logitech Formula Vibration wheel, which works well with games such as F1 2013, Need For Speed, Grid etc. Don't get me wrong, the game is playable with this wheel, (i can go around the track without crashing mostly), but in most cases, I am at least 10 - 15 seconds off the pace no matter which car or track. Playing GSCE by the way. I should also point out that this is only my 2nd week sim racing so, what i am thinking as well is, i just need a ton more practise. At the same time, I just cant shake the feeling that the wheel is holding me back, as I have watched quite a few videos on sim racing and the guys keep on talking about feeling the car as you are driving which makes a lot of sense. Using a vibration feedback wheel, I am assuming you don't get anywhere near (if at all) the feel of what the car is doing. Another thing is, the wheel only has 180 rotation, so I am sure that is playing a big part as well. The Formula Vee for example. Completely uncontrollable. I try turn the wheel no more than an inch and i get massive over steer sending the car into a spin. I tried turning down the steering lock but same thing. Hopefully someone has played with a vibration wheel before and could possibly give me some advice. I know getting a proper wheel is number 1, but my question is. Could i save myself a lot of time and frustration by just waiting until i do get a proper wheel. Thank you for any advice you could give, and enjoy your day.