I had 2 nice 15 minute races in rF2 last night (GT3 class @ Road Atlanta...awesome track!). Before doing the race, I remember I had adjusted the force needed for 100% brake (the "set max" button) on the fanatec CSP properties page (like the image below). I wanted to see if I could use more force since it's easier to modulate brake pressure with a harder brake pedal, as is well documented all over RD. (not my original picture, borrowed it from a google search) Anyways, I wake up this morning to do a quick drive before work and..brake pedal is dead in rF2. Quit and came back out to the same Fanatec properties page and nothing from the brakes, but throttle and clutch work perfectly...even the vibration motors on the brakes were fine. Short on time, I went to work thinking all day that I had broken the load cell somehow (even though I figured my foot can't be that strong). Just got home and started troubleshooting...the fix was quite simple: Disable manual mode. When it switched over to Auto-Calibration mode the brakes were good as new. Maybe I surpassed the limit of the load cell during calibration and after restarting the computer the drivers didn't know what to do? I proceeded to recalibrate my pedals manually and now all is well again. In case anyone is wondering why I don't leave it on auto-calibration and adjust the brake pressure using the slider: the throttle and clutch calibrations are weird IMO. In Auto-Cal, the throttle doesn't use its entire travel to get to 100% (more like around 80%) and that limits how sensitive I can be with throttle application. With the clutch I like to increase the minimum value so I can rest my foot lightly on the clutch while racing without triggering the clutch. Don't know why it happened, but hey...just FYI for the RD community.