When it comes to retro content in sim racing, it is hard to ignore Automobilista 2 – the selection is overwhelming, especially for Formula 1 fans. The sim currently offers no less than 14 Formula 1 seasons, spanning six decades – which exact years are represented is only undoubtedly made clear in very few cases. To give you a better overview of the historic F1 content, we have assembled a guide to the different classes for you.
No less than 32 cars from six decades – the amount of choice is a sight to behold and cannot be found anywhere else, except with mods. The best part: All of the F1 cars in Automobilista 2 are free and already in the sim – you do not need to buy them as DLC.
Source: Automobilista 2 | The Ultimate Formula 1 Season Guide
Pretty cool that you can run all of these historic cars as part of the base game.
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I bought a Thrustmaster TMX a few years ago and was disappointed in the force feedback in all the games I tried with it. Some were practically unplayable with the default settings. I quickly learned how to properly configure the force feedback settings to get the most out of the wheel. I picked up a Logitech G29 and found it has the same issue.
More recently, I bought a Thrustmaster T300, which is a significant step up from the others. Even with that, though, I see the default settings in a lot of games still aren’t that good.
Source: Sim Racing :: Brian Koponen Programming and Tech Tips
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Bahrain International Circuit (All Layouts) | RaceDepartment https://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/bahrain-international-circuit-all-layouts.35001/ for Assetto Corsa. Includes layouts for the next 2 F1 races 11/29 & 12/6 2020.
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