Aw unlucky. Thanks for signing out though.Hi Denis
Work getting the better of me.
Regrettably may have to miss this one.
Great combo Enjoy and have fun.
Try increasing the minimum force in options in rF2, from the garage/car set up screen.Hi guys, i will sign out for today.
tried the car this evenening and can't get connected to the car as the steering feels so indirect. Did some tweaking with the steering angle but it did not help. Not sure why, but the car feels for me undrivable, sorry for that.
Really fun race 1! However I really saw my lack of practice in terms of tyre-life. I finished R1 with 12 on left front, and 6 on left rear!
Was a fun start to R2 as well!
Anyway, due to covid restrictions, we can only be 2 people at the gym at once, and can only have 2hrs booked each week. This week those 2 hours were 2100-2300 UTC Thursday for me. So I just had to leave during the race. Writing this while doing pre-workout warm up...!
Thanks for the info, but in the end not a big deal that i missed it because i was unexpected forced of from driving from "private life". So no chance that i finished one or both races.Once again my changes to make the car more responsive (for me). I change to 720 degrees rotation - in the garage go to options, it's in there. I also altered the steering lock in the setup to the lock that had 720 in brackets. In options > controls, I increased my steering sensitivity to 150%. This reduces the dull feeling around centre steering. Lastly, I increased the minimum force in garage options. This is wheel dependant and you increase it till your wheel begins to oscillate when the car is not moving and the back it off till it doesn't oscillate any more.
It helped for me, hope it helps some of you guys. Don't forget to return you steering sensitivity to 100% before driving an F1 car.