Hi guys, just wondering if anyone could help with my wheel settings with this game before I tear all my hair out. So I'm using a Logitech Driving Force GT on PC. It's the first time I've had a wheel and it's proving difficult to get to grips with. I've played racing games all my life pretty decently on a pad up to now, including the first week or so with F1 2016. Since switching to the wheel I'm really struggling with throttle application with no traction control on this game. More to the point, I'm just getting no 'feeling' when I'm wheel-spinning. The car just doesn't feel connected to the track and it's like driving on ice. When in mid-corner I'm drifting and on slow exits I'm snaking all over the place and have no confidence or feel as to when I don't have the traction to put more power down. I can put the odd lap together in TT but it's literally impossible to put any consistent laps in without major mistakes, let alone lapping at a solid consistent pace, all of which I could do no problems on a pad (admittedly with med-TC because TC off on pad is ridiculous). I've tried messing with the FFB settings, the advanced wheel settings for weeks and can't find anything I'm comfortable with. I've even googled settings for the wheel and tried recommended settings. Whatever I've tried there's just no feedback telling me when I'm losing traction or anything. One lap I'll have a good feeling through a certain turn and the next lap it'll feel like I'm driving it the exact same but I'll lose it. I'll be like 15-20% throttle in 2nd or 3rd coming round a high-speed corner or coming out of a slow turn and I'll slowly feather the throttle up to 25-30% and without any warning I'm facing the wrong way. I've had the throttle linearity super high, I've dropped the pedal sensitivity on Logitech profiler way way down but no matter how gentle I am on throttle I'm just getting nowhere. Is this just me? a feedback problem? Does the game have no feedback that relates to grip or wheel-spin? I know I need to practice a lot but it feels like no matter how much I do, I'll never get to grips with this game because of that lack of knowing when you're a split-second from facing the wrong way. Or maybe there's some magic wheel setting that will fix everything? It's like when you hear F1 drivers in an interview say "I just couldn't feel the car under me/had no confidence", that's the only way I can describe this problem. Any help would be super appreciated.