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If you guys would share some of your experience on how to make this easier I'd massively appreciate it.
Problem is I bought a wheel that is a bit miserable cause at that moment I didn't want to spend too much (Speedlink Drift OZ orange version). At my first try with the wheel it felt so bad I wanted to send it back after 10 minutes of playing. I tried using it for like 2 hours and eventually gave up. I've put it back in its package and didn't touch it until 3 days ago when I wanted to give the wheel a second chance. Tried to calibrate it myself as I couldn't find a setup anywhere and finally managed some big improvements (almost matching my keyboard times but I'm not as consistent). Anyhow I'm not sure how to find the sweet spot. I'm still having trouble putting the car where I want even when getting on a straight. Oversteering on straights and sometimes understeering when turning.
Should I work more on trying to calibrate the wheel? Is this a car setup issue? Is it the wheel that just sucks or all of them together? How do I figure this out?
Also tried playing with no assissts. Current skills level: enjoying doing doughnuts.
Pirelli, the F1 tyre manufacturer, has just announced that for the 2018 season they will have 7, yes 7 different dry compounds, Introducing the Orange sidewalled SuperHard, (Hards are now Blue of all colors, why not make SuperHards Brown?), and the pink sidewalled Hypersoft. Do you agree with 7 different compounds or is it unnecessary? Inb4 "The Hards weren't even used this year.", the Hard and SuperHard are now softer than last years Hard.
This is becoming a joke ! This game was never worth 55 euro's from the beginning. And not even now on a discount. I'm so disappointed. I really would like to turn in my game. And spend my money on new shoes or something!