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The thing that always stuck with me, is that I remember reading an article regarding throttle response in race cars, and the throttle response is deliberately slowed. The theory on this, is that you actually have MORE control of the throttle with a flatter response angle, which makes sense to me.
What is conflicting however, is that M mode actually defies this, as it alters the throttle response to a steeper angle, which does feel nicer.
I'm torn between wanting to have a flatter slope to train myself the way it's probably supposed to be, while pretending to be Michael Schumacher, instead of getting the SprintBooster, which seems fun.
Last edited by BobbyT; 2nd March 2018 at 12:31 AM.