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  1. Amen. That's exactly what I think as well. I also used the term "aggressive" but it is incorrect. I only do 1 or max. 2 league races per week. It's just frustrating to spend like 2 hours on training and qualifying and then Leclerc tries to overtake you in turn 4 in Hungary in the first lap and destroys your whole race. This kind of stuff happens way to often.
  2. Same here. I run a league with my cousin on AI 80. I love this game but the AI is just totally unrealistic. No Formula 1 driver would actually maneuver a F1 car THAT aggressively (well, maybe Mazepin or Vettel...). Sometimes the internet connection doesn't seem to be perfect and there's a little lagging and in this case it's even worse. The AI basically just smashes through you but they actually don't suffer any damage to the front wing. However, as soon as you switch to autopilot, they change their aggressiveness completely. We set the autopilot to 75 (so 5 slower than the AI) but it still ma
  3. 10: ERS 9: DRS 5: increase fuel mix 3: decrease fuel mix 4: pit stop menu 6: general menu (tire temperature, etc.) 12: ERS+ It's a pity that you can't put the fuel on 7/13/8.
  4. What's your button configuration for the open wheel? I'm not happy with mine yet.
  5. The funny thing is: I just got it yesterday and I'm more than happy. I only did a few laps but I could already spot the plus in precision. It's heavier and bigger than I thought which is not a bad thing. The quality feels really good.
  6. I also think the interviews are utterly stupid and don't fit the sim character of the game. Is there any way to get rid of them?
  7. Have you tried both? What I don't like about the Ferrari wheel are the fake four dials in the middle. It looks a bit cheap to be honest.
  8. Thanks. Sorry, I didn't mean the setting for the wheel. I was talking about the setup for the car. But thanks for the video.
  9. Does anyone use it? Just bought the T300 a couple of months ago, but I'm thinking about buying it. Looks pretty damn good.
  10. @PJTierney I've a question regarding your setups: First of all, thanks for the great content on YT! I'm a subscriber and your setups have been a great help. I prefer an understeering car and I think this is why I like your setups. They are very drivable for me and the tyre wear is fantastic. However, I guess they are a bit on the safe side if you know what I mean. I'm ready to give up a bit of stability to go faster. Is there any trick? Any parameters I can adjust?
  11. AI 90? Damn, I thought you're struggling mate, but actually you're killing it. I just increased the AI to 70 and found it pretty challenging. 😅
  12. I was searching this forum for a related topic but couldn't find it, so I decided to start a new one. Of course, the difference in car performance is somehow visible by comparing the AI lap times in qualifying or race in the grand prix mode. However, I assume there's a difference if the car is maneuvered by the AI or by yourself?! For exampe: The pink Mercedes is a bit behind RB in the performance chart, but the engine is stronger. So if you twist the setup a bit, I wonder if you're able to go faster than a RB?! For example: I'm participating in an online league and I'm playing MyTe
  13. I bought the T300 this summer and finally made the switch from pad to wheel. I wasn't using any assits on the pad except automatic shifting. So manual shifting was something that I had to get used to, however, it only took me a couple of hours. Personally, I find that using the pedals is more difficult. I just couldn't find my rhythm in the beginning and it definitly took me more than 10-15h to get used to it. I'd say it took me a full season (race length: 50%) to really get used to the wheel and become fast. Setting the linearity for acceleration and breaking to 50% helped me a lot - especial
  14. I don't think you get a "massive" tyre wear using 50% diff. I always use between 50-65% and I'm still able to run a 1 stop strategy (soft & medium) on most tracks. I also don't know anybody using 100% diff (or even close). I can't think of any advantage using it. Edit: I do 50% race length all assists off.
  15. I struggled a lot with race starts as well until I found it is related to the medium tyres. I now always use soft tyres in Q2 and it's OK since then. My starts are not perfect, but I now manage to keep my position at least. That extra level of grip can make a big difference.
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