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F1 2011 – Officially Supported Steering Wheels

F1 2011 – Officially Supported Steering Wheels

Codemasters has revealed the list of officially supported steering wheels for their upcoming F1 2011 title that will hit the shelves in one week’s time.

The PC version of F1 2011 will support the following wheels:

– Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel
– Atomic Accessories Super Sport Evo
– Atomic Accessories TVR Sagaris
– ECCI Trackstar 6000
– Fanatec Porsche 911 Carrera
– Fanatec Porsche 911 GT2
– Fanatec Porsche 911 GT3 RS2
– Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo S
– Logic3 Tri Format Topdrive GT
– Logic3 Tri Format Topdrive RF
– Logitech Driving Force GT
– Logitech Driving Force Pro
– Logitech Formula Force EX/RX
– Logitech G25
– Logitech G27
– Logitech MOMO Racing
– Logitech WingMan Formula Force GP
– Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback Wheel
– Thrustmaster Ferrari F430
– Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience
– Thrustmaster Ferrari GT F430 Wireless Cockpit
– Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Pro Clutch
– Thrustmaster Ferrari F1 Wheel Intergral T500
– Thrustmaster T500RS
– Thrustmaster Universal Challenge

The list includes pretty much all common wheels on the market today, including even a professional wheel as the ECCI Trackstar 6000 and of course Thrustmaster’s upcoming Ferrari F1 wheel. While Playstation 3 users have a decent choice of steering wheels as well, including the T500 RS , Fanatec’s Porsche wheels and the Logitech G25/G27, Xbox 360 users are very much limited to Fanatec when it comes to upper-market wheels on their console.

Keep in mind that even if your wheel isn’t listed for a reason, it will most likely still work with F1 2011 but not come with a pre-configured button configuration and settings.

F1 2011 will be released for the PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 on September 23, right in time for the final races of the real life 2011 Formula One World Championship season. The new title will come with improved graphics & handling, new features such as multiplayer splitscreen, a working safety car as well as a much more extensive career mode.

  • Volz

    Nice to see them actually consider the market a bit.  This was one of the big let downs on GT5.  Well done

  • Terrell Olvera

    I totally agree, how is the G27 not supported by GT5?  Oh well, their loss.  I’ll be picking this up on my way home from work next Friday.

  • Volz

    Same.  I have it pre-ordered.  I loved 10 so looking forward to this one.

  • mykem

    Both the G25 and G27 work in GT5.  For example, the easy clutch activation (press the clutch and you’re on the H-gated/clutch shifting) work with both wheels in GT5.  Add to that the rev counter on the G27 wheel.  The only thing that don’t work are some the buttons on the wheel- I believe only two buttons on each side of the wheel are recognized.  

  • Mike Stinchfield

    So anyway..this whole story is not accurate.  My GT2 is recognized in F1 2011(PC) but with terrible settings (25% dead zone?  Really?), and the CS pedals have to be custom configured.  On top of all this, the game forgets the custom controller settings any time you restart.  That is not good wheel support, what a joke!

  • Antonio Torres Gonzalez

    Could anyone say me which parameters to use in Config of wheel in F1 2011? nothing can to works fine. NO ONE parameter I Put it. HELP please 

  • Marek Czapla

    I have thrustmaster ferrari gt expirience working without problems on f1 2011 but I can’t change any setting as steering wheel only as pad but still working PS3 😀

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