Hello community of Assetto Corsa and developers alike! I created this thread to adress something that keeps bugging me for quite some time. I play Assetto in a PS4, so i dont know if this happens in Xbox/PC version. As you probably know/can tell from my profile picture , i am a huge fan of classic/vintage racing and cars. My personnal favourite is the Ford GT40, and of course, i also love its rival from the 68-69 World SportsCar Championship, the Porsche 908.Both terrific and exciting cars! But in AC, the Porsche 908 doesnt really keeps up with the GT40 during races,when,in reality,it was fast enough to beat the american car in qualify in most of the races they entered. But this does not happen in AC; the 908 is always seconds behind the GT40, in pretty much every track (and i'm talking about AI vs AI;but even if i hotlap the same track with them, the is still a big difference in laptimes). That happens because the Porsche simply does not display the power it has in real life. A lifetime of reading magazines,documentaries and tales from the drivers taught me that: The Porsche 908 had higher top speed than the GT40; The GT40 was a better handling car (yes, a half american/half british car could outmanuever a german one. Thats the '60's for you ) and was much more realiable. To prove this, just look at the qualify times both cars did in the 1968 and 1969 24h of Le Mans (back then the track had even longer straights than today and much less turns!): 1968 the Porsche 908 did the pole with a lap of 3.35.400; the Ford was 4th, behind 3 908's, with a 3.39.800 lap (here's the link to a very interesting website with lots of stats from vintage races http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Le_Mans-1968-09-29.html?sort=Grid). There is something like 4 seconds difference between the two cars. 1969: The Porsche was even faster: 4th place with a 3.32.6, the nº64 that finished seconds meters away from the winning Ford did 3.35.6 and the race winner Gt40 made a 3.37.5 (http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Le_Mans-1969-06-15.html) This proves what i learnt from years of reaserching about the history of these two: the 908 was faster due to beeing lighter and a higher top speed.is there a better track than La Sarthe for this characteristics to stand out? So why does in Assetto Corsa the GT40 utterly beats the 908 (both AI and with me at the wheel of both cars).The closest track to an older Le Mans in AC is classical Monza: There, the Porsche 908 falls back with 2-3 seconds behind the GT40. Another track, with long straights, is Highlands Long. There is a almost 7 seconds gap between the two cars. Both in real life and AC, the GT40 is more than capable of reaching 320km. The Porsche 908 should do around 340-350km. But in game, the car doesnt even quite make it to 290 km/h...there is not much to tune:no transmission or aero, so reaching more than 300km is impossible, let alone 340km. This is, in my opinion, the reason why the AC 908 struggles a lot against a car that should be behind him in tracks with long straights. As a matter of fact,in real life, it wasnt only at Le Mans that the Porsche could be faster than the Ford. Take the Brands Hatch 6h as an example: in a relatively short track with many turns, the Porsche was faster: the Porsche 907 (yes,907, an earlier version of the 908) did pole with a 1.34.6; the GT40 did a 1.36.800) (http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Brands_Hatch-1968-04-07.html?sort=Grid) Or the 500km of Zeltweg 1968; again the Porsche beats the GT40: 1.04.860 vs 1.07.00 (http://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Zeltweg-1968-08-25.html?sort=Grid) Of course, you may say that during qualify, the drivers dont really push the car to the limits. But there is too much of a big difference in lap times for that to be true. Maybe the difference was the drivers? The Gt40 was driven by the likes of Pedro Rodriguez, Jacky Ickx,Lucien Bianchi and Jackie Oliver,all of them were F1 drivers at the time, they really could do insane fast laps.So, no to that. It is general knowledge from vintage lovers like me that, during the 68-69 seasons, the success of the GT40 was due to its extraordinary realiability (hell, the same car, chassis 1075 won 2 consecutive 24h Le Mans and races at Spa, Brands Hatch,Seabring...)The only explanation for that lack of performance of the 908 is, in my opinion, the gap in the speed. The stats of the car seem to be like the real one, and the GT40 performs at it should. But the Porsche not able to pass the 300 km/h in Highlands Long or Monza, that is a fault. So, is this something that could be looked at?It would be great that the Porsche could receive and update on its performance, specially now with the Ferrari 330 coming with the Ferrari Pack. The 3 best sportscars in the 60's equally fighting for victory would be outstanding!