Sim drivers, in game, try to achieve all these actions, on their chosen controller, and its a challenge in itself. It's not like you, set up a car and drive the rubber of it. By applying the correct techniques. No you have to spin plates and multitask, while trying to keep your car on track and try to be competitive.
Why oh why, is all this required. Is this racing or on track management. Gimmicks and micro aids, designed to help a car overtake another. Due to the overkill of aero design. Real life F1 drivers of today are not drivers but micro technicians, balancing an imaginary laptop on their knee, whilst trying to drive quick. It's all about getting one up on the other, through fuel, tyres and battery management. So all in all you adjust (whilst driving) Ers, fuel mix, diff and break bias. As well as drs too. A hell of a lot going on here. You can set Ers to auto too. I kind of enjoy the challenge, but can't help think it's taking me away from the pure driving and racing experience 🤔
Is this the reason why, F1 is slowly falling in interest for most people. Is it time to change back to more holistic and root based racing. As we had in the good old days.
Your comments welcome and thank you upfront, for any input. Maybe Chase Carey and Liberty media (who own F1) are reading. Accessing this site and studying your comments. If not maybe they should. So they can bring back the classic racing of F1. Is this what the fans really deserve 🤔
Edited by twinpotter, Feb 09 2019 - 03:09 PM.