If I understand correctly, you might refer to additional friction torque due to selected gear (rather than staying on N). Yes, there should be some more friction added to drivertrain but I don't think it should be that much, to stop a car. Will take a look at it. What pedals do you have? If G25/G27 at best, then I perfectly understand what you might feel. Until you put your feet on real pedal box, from sports car (or race car!), you will notice there is HUGE difference in how more stiff accel pedal feels in such cars. I think you won't be far off, if you'd swap G25's aceel pedal with brake pedal Another thing is a leverage. Notice, how your foot push G25 accel pedal, compared to any accel pedal from a real car. Pedals in G25 have radius about 2 times shorter compared to thosefrom real cars. That also has impact of how precise you are with your right foot. As for brake pedal feel - believe me or not, but the difference between sitting on a chair/seat not mounted to racing rig, with pedals like G25 where you have to push only about 15-17kg of force to get the brake pedal to 100% and a proper setup with seat mounted to racing rig and brake pedal based on load cell. Even something as "basic" as CSP v2 with brake pedal scaled to about 20-25kgf gives you far much better feel of how much brakes you have to apply, compared to G25 pedals. I think, those might be the main reasons, why MR01's throttle and brakes feel too sensitive to you.