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Yes, the only sim with this issue is Project Cars 1 and 2.
It has been pointed out on another forum, that I should try assigning the gas and brake individually. It turns out that this is the solution. For whatever reason, the pedal configuration tool in the sim does now work, at least with the Fanatec V3 Clubsport pedals. You have to go to the assignment section and assign the pedals as if you were assigning keys.
What I did was use the built in calibration feature for setting wheels and pedals. This is the same process I used to get my Clubsport V1 pedal set to work. I did not try assigning individual controls for gas and brake. BTY, I am using Thrustmaster T300 wheelbase with the V3 Clubsport pedals.
However upon trying this, you are right. I was able to get the pedals to work. Great catch. Thanks!
Plug the pedal directly into the wheel base with RJ 12 cable and see if they work. If not I have the Fanatec technical support number they are only available at 1 or 2 am CST 1-866-292-6226 call the number and it explains what to do. Do not plug THE USB and RJ12 IN AT THE SAME TIME.