I don't think so. I think the buttons can be set up electronically to do different things but the layout is the same I would say.Jackles-UK wrote: ↑Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:58 amDoes anybody know if the steering wheels are ergonomically fitted for each individual driver? For example, will the switches/dials be placed at slightly different positions for drivers with longer fingers/thumbs or bigger hands?M840TR wrote: ↑Wed Oct 31, 2018 9:20 amMostly the same.ADC wrote: ↑Tue Oct 30, 2018 3:26 pmOn the subject of steering wheels, how different are Alonso and Vandoorne's wheels? Generally drivers have very different wheels right? So when Lando Norris is constantly alternating between cars at each race's FPs, does he have his own wheel crafted to his preferences, or does he have to learn how to use both Stoff and Nando's wheels?
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The rubber grips at either side could easily be custom moulded too for maximum efficiency and minimum fatigue which, given the amount that modern drivers need to use their hands & fingers in the car, would only be an advantage surely?
Yes, the rubber and the diameter of the wheel is custom for each driver (like the seat and so on)