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When you first enter the game every time you have to manually calibrate your pedals. It's been this way since at least GT5. What you're talking about is on top of the in-game settings. If you don't understand this there's not much point in me trying to explain the rest again.
No. It’s you who are failing to understand. This is not how Fanatec works. Once you’ve set your brf that’s it, done. So if you prefer yours at a different setting you turn a dial and boom you’re good to go for the next driver.
I'll also just snip this section of your post because this is also part of the crux of the issue you're not seeing... they can't just ''do a practice session like most real race series, drivers acclimate themselves, then qualifying and race''. The event has a format that it has to run to and it's live. You can't just have a practice in the middle of the broadcast. The drivers don't know what rig they'll be using because they first have to qualify through the finals, by either the semi finals, or the repechage, so they can't be set up in advance.
No this isn’t the case. I work event production and there’s PLENTY of time before a broadcast to do it. And honestly, if they wanted to they could show practice in the broadcast, if people tune in to watch then they will broadcast whatever attracts viewers. They are not set in stone regarding format.
The practice would also be at the very beginning and since all rigs are the same and it takes only a few seconds to adjust BRF.....again this is a non issue.
The rig in use is irrelevant because of this. You are over complicating a non issue. And after the first event, it’s even less of an issue as everyone will know what they like for settings and can literally adjust it in a few seconds. Non issue.