Why is the Skip Barber so difficult if it's supposed to be a noob car?

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  1. avenger82

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    The overall resistance/friction force when turning my wheel is much higher in iRacing. It applies to low and high speeds.
    I’m not sure about sustained cornering torque. Skippy doesn’t produce much downforce. I haven’t checked telemetry.
     
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    Ok. Your mention of power steering made me think it was all forces being lower, so then if telemetry shows similar cornering peaks it would point to controller settings.
     
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    For me it looks like friction and SAT forces are much lighter in rf2 version. In other words turning my wheel requires much much less force. That’s why I said it feels as if rf2 version has power steering. But for example if I hit a wall with rf2 Skippy it’s still very strong.
     

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