I didn't think this warranted a thread in the general discussion so I thought I'd tuck my musings away here in "off-topic". Just nerding out here a bit so don't mind me. I find myself in rF2 very often lifting off the throttle mid corner and tightening the line of the car. This effect is very dramatic in rF2, and although it makes perfect logical sense due to weight transfer, I would wonder why I almost never saw it displayed anywhere near as dramatically in real life than in the sim. I know it obviously happens all the time, but it just appears very subtle in real life compared to the exaggerated effect in rF2. It could just be because I don't watch a lot of open wheel stuff, but I stumbled upon this video and instantly I thought man that looks like rF2 handling. The whole video is pretty rF2 like, with the very minimal steering lock getting the car around the corner and then leading to oversteer. But specifically this little split second where the car "tucks in" is so rF2 like. I was begining to think it was not a real life thing and it was only rF2 until this. It is exactly at the 3:20 mark.