*EDIT* Adding a video of cars being saved posted and suggested by Yzangard. Note that to me, those saves are not really a good way of determining how forgiving or savable a car can be, as those instances are not the thing being shown on my shared videos. Even then, let it stand and watch for yourselves, but be careful of not confusing the two things. *CLOSE EDIT* I am creating this poll hoping as many people as possible participate on this forum. Not everybody will probably be able to reply correctly to this, as it needs some experience and observation of what's possible when driving this type of race car (or any car really). Poll is up and discussions are welcomed, but I would guess the thread about physics being broken is good to post your thoughts after watching this and the video over there, probably reading some of the issues pointed there already, although it has become an huge post. Try to keep pesonal bias aside. Watch some videos of a car like that before voting if you must, but try to not vote favorely just because it's your favourite sim. Thank you. New edit Leaving this here, as I don't want to be called biased. Alonso driving style looks simillar to what can be seen on the videos above, at least excessive steering input and throwing cars into the corners. The thing is, if you listen carefully, it was achieved with some special setups on the rear and not all tires are able to reproduce this. In Rfactor2 we have more than one car doing this with some setups more than others. It could be happening that suspension wise and such, it's creating this behavior. Realize that not all the behaviors in the two videos of Rfactor2 are the same as what Alsono is doing in an F1 car. There is too much controlled oversteer and slip angles with a different behavior not induced by understeer and car regaining grip again. It's important to not only look at it and generalize. Thanks.