How do these games work? I was given a Logitech Driving Force wheel, but I don't know what to do with it. I have never used a wheel to play driving games. I have EA F1 2000 and Australian V8Supercars, but neither works with this wheel. I have loaded the up to date drivers from Logitech.
I think I am actually too old for this, but I am willing to give it a try.
You probably want to check out rFactor. Its a highly configurable simulator that should work nicely with your wheel. I'm sure you could track down a Seven and find a decent series to race with. Download the Mosport track and you are all set to go racing.
ayseven said: >"I think I am actually too old for this, but I am willing to give it a try."
I doubt your too old for sim racing. I'm in my 50's and I'm one of the younger guys in the LoPeN sim race league. Most of the guys are in their late 50's, and/or retired and in their 60's. We've only lost a few guys due to age and they were in their 70's. I'm not joking here.
ayseven wrote:I think I am actually too old for this, but I am willing to give it a try.
Like Toronto said, don't let age stop you. I earned my first (and only) trophy for online racing...at the "tender" age of 55. That was nine years ago and I still have rFactor loaded on my desktop computer. Have fun!
Rick Brownhill Track sweeper-at-large Current rides: '05 Cavalier coupe (grocery-getter); '98 Corvette coupe (Lovin' it!)