Some interesting numbers here involving just how close they seem to have gotten the BOP. I'm not the fastest driver but I am very consistent and have been using Sebring Johnson Club to test/tune. After 10 laps each here are my best times with stock tune running soft tires. Audi 1:03.625 BMW 1:03.843 McLaren 1:03.716 Porsche 1:03.995 Some highlights of the cars different personalities... The BMW has MONSTER brakes, stock tune is loose and it shows as it moves around quite a bit. It is the fastest in a straight line, but loses big time in the corners. It is the drag racer out of the pack, but I'm tempted to tune it just because of those brakes it stops like it's hitting a brick wall. The McLaren is very light and nimble, quick and controllable through the corners, specifically corner entry. It is light on top speed but it is a joy to drive and gave me so much confidence, it begs to be pushed. This is a consistency car that will be very competitive with the right tune. The Porsche was the second best feeling out of the pack for me. It's the most powerful on corner exit, it just hooks up and goes job done. In fact it's so quick through the first three gears I was missing apexes on tight switch backs. You have to massage it and use the power wisely. I could easily see this on the podium across many leagues and quick races. I've saved the best for last as all my time going forward will focus on the Audi. This is the best car simulation I've driven to date with 20 years of sim racing behind me. I just clicked instantly as if I know what the car is going to do before it does. I do a lot of endurance so consistency is what I look for not necessarily top lap times. It is the best all-rounder in my opinion, we started at 1:03.625 in stock trim, after one hour of tuning I've turned five 1:01.500 laps in a row. My personal goal is to get under a minute, we'll see what happens. This car will win endurance races in the right hands. So those are some quick thoughts, what's your favorite and why? Share some lap times if you like to remind me how much I need to work on my race pace.