It started with these adorable stories when I was five. I was watching a CART or maybe IRL race on TV and I was rooting for the lead car (aka Mark Blundell) and when he won, I was so happy. The next race I watched, I was rooting for Mark Blundell again, but he DNF'ed, so I was sad. I also played some F1 games on the Sega Genesis back in those days. When I was eight, when I would go to Pakistan, I saw motor rikshaws (we called them "popcorn machines" because their engines sounded like popcorn popping) and I used to commentate on how the rikshaws were racing each other. Also, when I was eight, I wanted to rent a racing game, and, my brother was not to happy about, but, he ended up loving the game. (Gran Turismo) When I was eleven, I played Formula One 2001 with my brother. Being simplistic then, I raced with Mika Hakkinen with all aids on and a PS2 controller. Fast forward to when I was twenty, I played F1 2010, which was the reason I found myself at RaceDepartment looking for setups; I played with a PS3 controller, but, this time, all of the three major aids were turned off. When I saw YT videos rFactor, I decided I wanted this game and having Aspergers', I wanted to live out my F1 fantasies in a mature manner. So far, I'm not having problems with grip in rFactor, but, I have trouble finding the right setup on RACE 07 and rFactor 2.