This quite worries me a long time, but can't remember an existing thread about it. A car in R3E which doesn't move has a very light steering wheel. Regardless if you're standing in the pitlane, on the road, on the grass or in the gravel. I've tested it with different cars (GT2, GTO, G5, etc.) and it doesn't matter. And it seems that the camber of the surface, on which the car stands, makes also a difference. If you stopp a car on a slightly sloped ground, the steering wheel turns itself into one direction until max wheel angle is reached. Try it by yourself ......... drive on the grass or gravel or other bumpy ground, stopp the car and let the steering wheel go. If the surface is cambered enough, the steering wheel is turning quite strong and fast into on direction. Otherwise, on plane ground the steering wheel is completely light, like there's no connection between the tires and the surface. I think this is (or could be) also a huge problem for DirectDrive wheel users, because these steering wheels are so strong. Sudden and unexpected wheel movements could really hurt (or in worst case break bones). I don't know if this is a flaw in the R3E tire model or an issue with the FFB.