I’m your Huckleberry
SC JuggernautUsually, people who knock static paddles are those who lack ever having used them enough under racing experiences. To them, it just doesn't make sense how paddles that don't move, can work better during certain situations.
When a car has static paddles, it's there to ensure that you never miss a shift, or that you never make a wrong shift, even when things get hectic at the wheel. You really only run into that type of scenario when pushing certain cars really hard around a track. Cars that have them use them, over rim attached paddles for an important reason. After people have had enough track time with cars that use them, the benefit of having them stay static become more obvious.
I have gotten used to the fixed paddles.
Went to my buddies house, he bought my old G27 cockpit. Using the rotating paddles again. I can see where they have advantages.
What I do like about fixed. Left is down right is up. No questions asked. I've learned to remove a hand to get a gear change if needed.
Monaco with an F1 was the only place I wanted rotating paddles since getting used to the fixed ones.
Where is our shifter? June was the word back when wheel released. Well that came and went. Maybe it's posted but I dont recall.