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  1. 1. Across a lot of our leagues, we've had a series of de-synced starts - the start lights don't go out at the same time meaning some people get unfair advantages and it really messes up league racing. It seems the LOBBY HOST mainly benefits. In one case, half of the grid seemed to have got a better start, whereas half didn't when the host was a commentator. 2. PS4 - PSGL leagues 3. 1.06 these occurred on 4. Multiplayer unranked. 5. PSGL F1, PSGL F3 league races. 5. We run 11/12 leagues and it occurred in at least two, maybe more. So it's hard to know what and why it causes the issue as above. 6. N/A 7. A mix of wheel, pad etc. 8. PSGL F3 example - PSGL F1 examples 31:26 0:42 As you can see, he thought they jumped-started but didn't. Thanks
  2. It happened every unranked lobby without fail on F1 2019. I lost connection in a 50% social race last night - rejoined and could cut corner cut without an issue.
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    Thrustmaster T300 FFB loss

    What I don't understand though is some tracks - Austria, I had no issues. Or pro-longed gameplay in multiple lobbies - no issues. But some tracks, Japan ONLY last game, Spain this game seems bad as well which I've done at length - it's an issue. It's almost as if it's not a wheel issue but some tracks are more impacted than others - for some reason?
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    Credit to Codemasters

    I just wanted to say I am thoroughly enjoying the lastest instalment of F1 2014 by Codemasters. I use a wheel and the handling is really fun to drive, the over-steer and lack of rear end stability is making it very enjoyable and worth the money. The AI have significantly improved in terms of pace at least, still reluctant to overtake mind you. The pad-wheel debate is pretty boring now, I race with mainly pad users and it is pretty even for majority of the sessions so I cannot complain too much. I have had plenty of good, online races (video below) shows that, I am looking forward to what they can do for F1 2015! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqrWsjYXiho
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    Pad vs Wheel - Concerns

    ''Played on a pad, F1 2014 is a different game entirely, and wholly for the worse. There's a leaden feeling that's been introduced for this year's model, the cars stuck fast to the tarmac and wallowing around without the water-boatman-like agility that's been the foundation of previous Codemasters F1 games. Even playing with traction, braking and steering assists all switched off, it always feels like the suffocating cushion of driving aids is present. It's enough to break the game. One of the harder scenarios offered in the returning Proving Grounds mode has you starting near the tail-end of the grid at a sodden Suzuka, setting out on slick tyres and hoping to capitalise on a drying track where all your competitors have opted for the safety of treads. It's a daunting task that requires delicate throttle control and insect-quick reactions - except on a pad, where it's not. You can stamp on the throttle out of a drenched Casio Triangle and barely get the slick-shod rears to spin before they're entirely muted, negating any feel for the track and any challenge.'' from Eurogamer "However, there is a strange split between playing with a controller and with a racing wheel – between a Dualshock 4 and a Driving Force GT in this case, as I was playing on a PC. Simply put, when playing with a controller I was able to turn off all the major assists like traction control and ABS and still have a relatively easy to handle car, where I could still brake late and put the power down quite hard coming out of a corner. The game is much more lively when playing with a racing wheel though, and with the same lack of assists, requires a lot more finesse on the brakes, accelerator and steering to avoid locking up into a corner or spearing off the track as you accelerate. Even the faster cars are more susceptible to this. Though I personally think it’s much more fun and it’s certainly much more challenging, it can often lead to you being something of a roadblock to the AI behind you while other drivers scamper off into the distance, and there’s not going to be much of a contest between the two control types when it comes to racing online." - Taken from a review As a wheel user, I think it is ridiculous if this is the case. Obviously, what do people who have the game think of this and what are people's general views and opinions on it
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  10. No, logitech wheels do not work on Ps4.
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    Announcing F1 2015

    They got it spot on F1 2013, no built-in traction on pad or OP turn-in on the wheel, so fingers crossed then.
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    Announcing F1 2015

    I will be happy as long as the pad and wheel are equal... or as equal as possible not this ridiculous situation on f1 2014. 
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    Patch confirmation?

    Useless, no patch, no nothing.
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    Pad vs Wheel - Concerns

    I have resorted to medium traction control anyway. 1 lap pace is fine, over a race distance especially with tyre wear, the disadvantage is huge. 
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    The legend AI are too fast!!!

    At least the AI on Legend are quick and competitive, I am a competitive driver in leagues and online however finding it difficult for Williams on career, 12th in both the first two races however at least it's challenging for a change not really easy like on F1 2011 where winning in a HRT was easy. The Ai are a step forward and we all should be pleased about it. 
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    Pad vs Wheel - Concerns

    I will be getting it tomorrow - as the guy above said, they are looking into it, so all we can do is enjoy the game and await any news.