911 is generally at least .5 down on the top tier cars and uses the most fuel but Paul Ricard it really struggled no matter what I tried setup wise. I suspect the Porsche may also have a bottom collision bug as in the wet race Wednesday night even raising ride height 20mm made no difference and it couldnt make that puddle second last turn with high pressure wets coasting. The lambo even though it wasnt as wet running Slicks a bit low pressured and my dry ride height had no issues in the puddles, it did get a little loose but was easily controllable. Funny the Porsche at other tracks was pretty good in the wet and quite competitive other then the fuel useage. After running the 911 a fair bit I was pleasantly surprised how stable the Lambo was. Its also up their for pace and not the thirstiest beast at full power. I never bothered with lower ecu modes which are needed in 911 and merc to get a decent legth stint.