I went to press ctrl-f to see the framerates but by accident I pressed ctrl-d. Suddenly, a bunch of information popped up that I've never seen before (see pic): When I checked the "virtual throttle," I saw some seemingly strange numbers. As I was slowly increasing the throttle while slowly accelerating, the virtual throttle matched my throttle inputs accordingly, however, I noticed 2 things that not only seemed very strange but perfectly matches 2 things that I've long said. I've often said the following 2 things: 1) When in neutral (or clutch pressed in) and revving the engine, the engine often responds in a seemingly overly sensitive way. For example, you'll be at 10% throttle, suddenly bring the throttle to 20% and the engine revs shoot up as if you gave the engine wayyy more throttle than 20%. "Virtual throttle" behaves EXACTLY like what I described above: if I'm at 10% throttle, and suddenly bring the throttle to 20%, the "virtual throttle" will suddenly spike to very, very high amounts of throttle like 70%, 80%, 90% instead of 20% throttle. 2) Often, during wheelspin/oversteer, the wheelspin and engine revs will skyrocket so aggressively and abruptly as if you suddenly smashed the throttle down or as if the engine suddenly received a humongous torque spike or as if the car suddenly magically gained 2,000 hp. "Virtual throttle" behaves EXACTLY like what I described above: go around a tight hairpin, get a nice, quick slide on to help straighten the car out on exit and watch the "virtual throttle" when the rear-end kicks out. Even though you may be pressing the throttle down only at 30%, the virtual throttle will shoot up to 80% or 90% and the revs/wheelspin will perfectly act in accordance with the "virtual throttle." The revs/wheelspin abruptly skyrocket in perfect collaboration with the "virtual throttle" therefore the revs/wheelspin behave as if there's a humongous torque spike or as if you suddenly smashed the throttle down - which is exactly how I've been always describing this behavior. AMS' "virtual throttle" absolutely, 100% perfectly matches what I've been saying about engine revs & wheelspin/oversteer behavior. I've always said it's as if the engine suddenly outputs wayyyy more power during those times - now, I discover this "virtual throttle" telemetry and, low & behold, it 100% exactly matches what I've been trying to say for so long. This leads me to 2 initial questions: What is "virtual throttle" referring to? Why does "virtual throttle" sometimes abruptly increase to a wayyy higher value than the throttle the driver is actually applying?