Why would it not? I misshift probably once a race, going from 2nd to 5th instead to 3rd. Then you have to be quick to get back to 3rd and hope you don't hit 1st while trying to do so. The H-shifter on the G25 is pretty crappy, but you're getting sort of used to it. I don't see how rF2 could / should prevent that. The same goes for clutching - if you don't blip the right amount on downshifts and clutch in, the rear starts to act up. That is partly why cars like the Skip or the FVee are so rewarding to drive - you have to get it right every time or you'll lose a lot of time or probably spin out and swear like a pig on TS.