Just tried it again and, while I admit you can spin it, I disagree they have it right. It's not important as I believe Reiza can get a good feel from the Seta tire model and it sounds like they are already making progress. But back to the Speciale. I was using OEM, stability off and traction off. The Speciale feels wrong and a bit fake at the very limit. First, it understeers significantly. A little I can understand as any car will given the right driver input but in PC2 it plows a bit like a farm instrument. Second, you can provoke power on oversteer but if you keep at the throttle it rarely moves toward a spin unless you have the wheel really cranked and even then it tends to either correct itself with very little effort or it understeers. So the guy in the video above is feeling like a hero because the back end starts to move but it requires very, very little skill to control it because of the phenomenon I am describing at play. I then drove the GT3RS, a car I have been lucky enough to drive in real life, and it oversteers much more readily than the Speciale. And more readily than real life too... although the OEM tires are not as sticky as the PS Cup2s I experienced so it would oversteer more if given less aggressive rubber. Anyway, Reiza has AMS feeling terrific on most cars. They believe they can replicate that with the Madness engine. I do have just a small bit of concern as the handling nuance is a really delicate thing in a sim for those who look for it. However, I have faith they will get it right and any Reiza simulation product is an easy day one purchase for me.