Hello everyone! I thought to make a thread where all thrustmaster users can share their experience and issue with the game. I didn't played GT SPORT beta, and all my experience come only from the demo. Right now I have a very big concern about the ffb on my T500, not mentioning that the FFB is very numb and uninformative (actually even worse than forza 7), the thing that make the game unplayble for me is the vibration and wheel shaking I get when the front tires understeers or the wheels loose the grip. It's so weird and unrealistic to have such a stupid efffect comming from the wheel when this happens, it screwing all the driving, the lines, everything. What is even more stupid is the fact that you can't even turn off this vibration effect. I tried different FFB settings and nothing could fix the issue for me. To be honest I'm very dissapointed with the wheel support and experience in the game, I thought it will be a really big step in terms of FFB, but what I experienced from the beta is worse than Forza 7, not speaking of Pcars 2 or even Assetto Corsa. If this things will not be changed and improved in the release version of the game, I will definitely refund the game. Please share your experience and impressions with thrustmaster wheels... Edit: Attention! There is information that PD is aware of the vibration issue on thrustmaster wheels and it's addressed on the final product version of the game! Also regarding clutch use: Gear Stick and Clutch Controls If you are using a steering wheel controller that has a gear stick (such as the Guillemot TH8 RS shifter) and a clutch pedal, please be sure to select Manual (MT) transmission from Driving Options. When you start racing, paddle shift will be selected, but you can change the mode by performing the following actions: Using the gear stick -> The gear stick alone will become operational. (Auto-clutch mode.) Stepping on the clutch pedal -> The gear stick and clutch will both become operational. (Full Manual Mode.) Using paddle shift controls in either of these modes will automatically switch back to paddle shift mode. There are certain cars, such as those with torque converters, CVT, dual clutches etc. for which a clutch pedal cannot be used even if manual transmission is available.