How to approach Simracing?
If you're just searching for fun and you like to complain about everything that Simracing has to offer, then, your place doesn't belong there.
Instead, if you're looking for fun, seriousness, accuracy, realism, progress, a good community, being one of the best (and maybe the best of the best), then, this is your place.
When you start Simracing, you'll get frustrated. You won't understand why some things doesn't work anymore when it worked before. You will want to throw your PC at the window and quit. But don't. That's the exact moment of where you WILL start to progress and you will start to get faster and faster.
When this happen(and it happens more than once, trust me), take a little break and get back to it later. A day or two. Then, retry. If that doesn't work, ask for help from someone that already got there.
But most importantly, DON'T QUIT! It happens to everyone, so, you'll get better when your time comes and when you'll understand why some things didn't work.
You have a very wide community that can help you. We can help you to figure out what happens.
But you'll have to give every details. If you come on the forum and say "My car doesn't turn like I want anymore. Help me!", you won't get a response because it is way too vague. You'll have to give exactly what you feel and what you get.
For example: "At Spa-Francorchamps, in the Chevrolet Corvette, at turn 1/La Source(you don't have to know the name of the turn), I have oversteer when I brake. What should I do to correct that?"
With that, you'll get more than one response. One will say "Put more brake bias to the front". One other will say "Stiffen the frond compression damper" or "Stiffen the front springs" etc. With details, we can help you.
You can join our sim racing league right here: http://sevenstarsfast.forumactif.com
As you can see, we don't have very much of sim racing gear but we can still practice correctly. You can manage your own gear as well depending on your budget.
Chris from Seven Stars Fast