The crowd sound just indicates how close you are to the wall. Now the other
sounds, when you are on a straightaway they indicate which way the next turn
will be by being on that side. In the turn they indicate which way that turn
turns. And both in a turn and on a straightaway the louder the sound the
closer you are to the end of that section. And there is the sound of your
tires going over an expansion joint at the beginning of each section. And with
practice on a track you get to know how many times the sound repeats or exactly
when you are approaching the end of that section.
I'm glad to hear that you've gotten your steering wheel working.
Meep, Meep, (and picture a cloud of smoke...)
Chardon Ohio USA
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