Only noticeable with all assists off....especially traction control... When going slowly with all assists OFF, it's very noticeable that giving heavy throttle the front wheels spin as fast as the rears. Am I being an idiot here or are they SUPPOSED to? It's got me worrying if this is just a graphics thing and not a handling thing. GFX only would just be considerably immersion destroying, the front wheels ACTUALLY spinning in the sim engine would surely give a huge misrepresentation of the whole handling physics? Again sorry If I'm an idiot I couldn't see a link on line saying modern F1 cars had any power going to the front wheels to cause this. The DIFF should have no effect as would only cause some wheels spin on fast/tight corners and you'd hardly see that anyway. (but they are SUPPOSED to then!) I'm talking from a standing stop adding strong gas in dry or wet the fronts spin as fast as the rears.... Only noticed this as got a DSQ from blocking the pit lane while I stared in disbelief at my wildly spinning fronts stopping me steering under power in wet conditions. IF they are NOT supposed to do this, the only explanation I could think of is that the devs made these AWD deliberately to make it easier for the great unwashed (like me) to handle these beasts? please tell me I'm being an idiot!!