Learning how to properly use one of these...
What a learning curve! I'm still getting used to finding "center" and adjusting the dead zones and sensitivity.
Should be a lot of fun once I figure it out...
I have one as well but rarely use it. It's great for driving, is nice and light and the steering is quick and precise. The lack of shoulder buttons is a big oversight and one of the main reasons I don't use it. I hated turning it off, turning on my controller to buy / build a car, turn off the controller and then turn on the wheel again.
It's especially great for games with quick or vague steering inputs (looking at you Codemasters).
I know I keep prattling on about it, but I love this car so much.
Some shots from this last bounty rival event...
My MadPinto...Posted my best drift score to date in it. (No it wasn't enough to win the unicorn.)
This Mazirati is pretty amazing at drifting w/out any drift tunes. (just turn off aids.)
When it was blue.
A little rest-stop....
Nice looking group of paint jobs. Any word on that Spada yet?
I was trying to race online at home the one night this week and my internet was surprisingly working well. I'll have to join you for some of this virus racing once to see what it's all about.
Did some event list racing a run of the rivals track day on Nurburg. Annoyance and hilarity ensued with the AI.
Here's the aftermath after the second place car came across my rear causing me to spin and hit the wall.
Came around the first carousel on the S-class Nurburg track day to find the Lotus on its roof. The resulting traffic jam was from me just parking there laughing at it.
Was watching a replay from a drift race some friends had on Fuji. I found Atlantis! It's in the lake below the mountain!
Few pics, I'm the orange GTO.
Ok...whoring out the '03 Cooper S a little more. Changed the color and removed the horrid carbon fiber doors. I'm happy with it now.
B500 Grip tune and that spiffy FatBastrd Suspension Systems decal are on my storefront.
I Booda I is my GT (capital letter i at each end).