Het volk Bij Computing Pros heeft een review gepost van de Thrustmaster Nascar Charger Racing Wheel, een stuurwiel dat voor de verandering niet met terugkoppelende krachten is uitgevoerd:
Well now comes the fun part! Before I begin discussing its "performance" as a racing wheel, I like to address the wheel's layout and features. Remembering that this is the lowend model, there isn't any force feedback. The layout of the buttons on the wheel are placed well within reach of my thumbs. The four red buttons in the front can be configured to be anything you want them to be. They have quite a strong bounceback after you press them so they're not the mushy kind. In the back there are also 2 flap like levers on both the right and left side of the wheel. They serve as a gas and brake if you don't like using the pedals. I find the levers hard to control/reach during actual driving. If they were perhaps placed even closer that actually might make them better. When you turn the wheel they actually provide resistence the more you turn them in both directions. While the wheel is simple and designed well, the pedals, on the other hand is not. The actual pedals are just too short for any average size individual so there's not much room to really control foot pressure well. What makes it worse is that the base for the pedals is just not heavy enough to give the rubber feet underneath the base any traction to prevent it from sliding. I had placed the pedals on a carpetted floor which should've provided good friction to prevent sliding, but it still slid around substantially.