I'm using a Fanatec CSW 2.5 with a Drive Hub, and there is a feel, mainly in the centre, that I can only describe as "clunky". I've tried varying all the settings, and some help, e.g. setting Dri -05 on the wheel helps it, and it was much worse when Force Feedback Sensitivity was set to 10 in the game, taking that down to 1 made it better. It varies with car. With the Alfa 4C Gr.4 around the Tokyo Expressway Central Outer Loop, the clunks are mainly just in the centre, it feels fine when turning. With the Ford GT grinding credits at Blue Moon Bay, it feels much better in the centre, much less clunky. Back to Tokyo, this time trying the Audi TT Gr.4, and it's horrible, the clunks happen even when steering, like a periodic clunk clunk clunk every second mid bend, that sort of thing. Is there anyone else using the same wheel base who can tell me if they experience the same thing with the Audi TT Gr.4 around the Tokyo Expressway Central Outer Loop? It feels like it's really hurting my ability to provide accurate inputs, as the clunks give a slight jolt to the wheel, so it adversely affects control of the car. I can post all my settings, but there doesn't seem much point until someone with the same setup tells me they don't experience this. I have had the same thing in other games, e.g. F1 2017 on the Xbox, i.e. without the Drive Hub, also has this clunkiness in the centre. I'm using the Drive Hub in the mode that emulates a Logitech wheel, I haven't managed to put it into the Fanatec native mode, but I doubt that is the problem.