Would it be sufficient if I were not "a IRL GT3 driver" but have driven GT/Cup/ST on occasion in the past and count pro racing drivers among my friends? If that's not sufficient, here you go: Keep in mind you will get no such comment from David in the future - has surely has been reminded by now of his contractual obligations that prevent him from disparaging, or curtailing the economic potential of, SRO and its partners. And just in case I'm misunderstood: ACC is a phenomenal achievement. It is a lot of fun. It is not, however, an accurate representation of GT physics through FFB, based on my own personal experiences behind the wheel of cars I've paid tens of thousands of dollars to drive over the years (many thousands of which were to insure myself to the point of being able to not be petrified of binning twitchy 500bhp beasts). I understand why people are obsessed with believing that ACC is the benchmark - they feel they are really good and fast and competitive in something that's a real test because it's the official game of GT World. I wish all success to Kunos. I simultaneously wish that influencers would give rF2 the billing it deserves so some of that cash can go towards S397 building more cars and tracks I love driving.