Hey, everybody... When I first tried the clutch, and saw how rapid the action is, I was also disappointed... But, I also presumed that the current state of the clutch is just where it is right now--- not how it will be forever. I did try to do what I could in the controller settings, making that pedal 200% sensitive... this works somewhat because it flattens the top part of the curve, right up there where you want more pedal movement to equal less in-game input (to make the clutch's friction point broader). It does help, but only a very little. Well, I recently skinned the Lola, and having to make the template for it as I go, I have been in and out of the game many, many times to look at the skin. Since I have to pull it out of the garage to see it well on the track I favor for this, every time I basically pull out, step on the clutch and hold the brake, and manipulate the swingman view. So, I'm doing this, and I started letting off the clutch v e r y little... I mean little. Basically just "tapping it on the stop", if you will. And lo! I see the RPM's drop a hair and the car starts moving! So I found the friction point, and with the sensitivity set high like that, it's not an entirely bad length of pedal throw--- but it's way too "deep" in the pedal to ever feel real. In fact, the more the spring action of your pedals feels real, the more "in the wrong place" the friction point feels. And then I found the key. In your pedal settings, push your clutch all the way down, and back off of it as slowly and precisely as you can, until you are at the VERY spot you wish the friction point would start. Hold it there, and click the "set max" button. You will see that now "the very end of the range" (where that friction point is) is now right where you set it to be... and the 200% curve is at its very flattest (in fact, it's even flatter than it was) right through the friction point! How well does it work? If this doesn't catch your attention, I don't know what will: I can pull away in that Lola, without revving the engine... in second gear! Give it a try. It may not be perfect, but it's a lot better.