I'm aware there was already some discussion of the recent update to this car elsewhere. I didn't want to clutter the general DX11/Content threads but did want to share my observations after a couple of hours testing at Silverstone National. So I'd read the complaints about FFB and handling with the latest version of the Civic before starting and once I got going it was easy to see what people have been talking about. Heavy FFB and very poor handling. However, this was with no changes to the default setup. On changing from the default Medium tyre to the Soft tyre (no other changes) the car was absolutely transformed. With the Medium tyre I had oversteer on initial turn-in, then extreme understeer mid-corner and at exit. My absolute fastest lap was 60.958s, no match for the AI on 100% strength. And that time was set driving in full attack mode, completely unsustainable for a race since the understeer is so bad the front tyres overheat drastically in no time. When driving in a sensible race mode my best was 61.598s. On the Soft tyre the car handles beautifully, the FFB feel is much better, and lap times are hugely faster. My best was 58.820s, with an easily sustainable race pace in the low 59s, dipping into the 58s if need be. The lack of understeer also means the fronts don't overheat. This makes the Soft tyre the only possible choice for a race, since the Medium is too slow and can only last a few laps before all performance is lost to overheating. In short, on Medium tyres the car is diabolical. On Soft tyres it's the same good-handling, barrel of fun I knew and loved before the update. The problem is, before v1.3 the Medium tyre was perfectly usable. So, what's happened? Is the default setup different, does it need changes to make the Medium tyre work? Has something gone wrong in prepping the update? If anyone has any luck finding a good setup with the Medium tyre I'd love to know. And if anyone has any other thoughts, please share.