Yeah it certainly does feel good to drive. I have F1 2001 and that took a while to learn how to drive however once you get used to the sensitive controls its a really good sim.
The first thing I noticed with F1 2002 was how much easier the car was to drive straight out of the box. It appears that they have really got the controls sorted out. Launch Control is also nicely done.
Just started to download TOCA demo as well with my good old Dial up it should be here for me in the morning :s1:
BAII XR6T, Lightning Strike, M6, Sports Steering Wheel, 18" Wheels.
"Anyone can drive in a Straight line"