Hi there. I wanted to start saying what it need to be said. I'm happy and proud of Studio397's work. You did a great work for me. When I thought something "bad" about some mod I've been always wrong...because I tried wrong, drove wrong, worked wrong on my setup. What I'm going to write is also something that is not what you are worked in, so, please, don't feel blamed in what I'm going to write. Vintage drive is affected by a lots of problem. These problems are all in the gearbox. In these days I had the possibility to drive a lot of vintage cars online...I need to thanks Mr. Hart, Mr. Carvalho and Mr. Antero for make me understand the problem. Probably I never understood that thing because I use only H&T before first rF2 release. The manual gearbox management is similar to an old generation sim. Worst than the old rFactor1. Ufficial (and not) mods doesn't really need Heel&Toe...even in non-syncronized gearbox like the BT20, F1,F2,F3, Houston G4, G6 and so on. There is also no option for paddle users or H shifter users. When you are braking and downshifting you can do without problems avoiding the blip. You can also do that when you are in the middle of the turn (expecially with the Houstons). If the rear decide to swerve a bit it is a stupid problem...you increase the coast value on the diff and it will be good. That is bad. Too bad for a sim like rF2. In this sim we need to have the most hardcore simulation. Up to now this gearbox management is arcade style...or worst, because there's a lot of simcade able to do better. I find inexplicably one fact. The only car that has a quite reasonable gearbox management is the Panoz. But this car had a syncronized gearbox. What the rear do is "right" for a syncronized gearbox. But this kind of "instability", when you downshift, is not alive driving non-syncronized gearbox. Up to now, driving these cars, or worst, doing championship, is absolutely the worst thing using this sim. What we need, so, is something similar to another (italian) sim. Something that can understand what kind of gearbox we are using (paddles or shifter+autoclutch off)...like the old good mods on rFactor1 (Historic GT&Touring cars, F1 '79, DRM etc. etc.). And obviously we need some phisics change in these vintage cars. They have to swerve without control if you drive with H shifter and autoclutch off if you donwshift without H&T. For paddles users the problem doesn't exist...it is enough to create an upgrade on tuning car's settings to create delays between gears and the autoclutch will do the rest. Studio397 is working on the GT3 dlc...in the rain effects. What i saw on video is absolute stunning. But, please, take in consideration what I've wrote today. Try by yourself. I don't think it will be an hard or long work make vintage drive better in rF2. Cheers.