As an avid Camaro SS owner, I believe the Camaro SS as modeled by AMS2 is inexcusably bad. Why? Minor point: Their weight is basically correct for a ZL1 not the lighter SS. In reality, the 2016 SS should be closer to 3600 pounds. Real point: In the REAL Camaro SS, with TC off and Stability off, at dead stop, you can hammer the throttle (modulating so as not to cook the tires) and maintain a straight line with very little effort. Front end gets a little light. Back end squirms a tiny bit, but the grip and acceleration are amazing. Turn in is likewise amazing. And, if you sense too much understeer, you can always add a little throttle to compensate. Keep in mind that even on stock run flat tires it is good for nearly 1G in the corners. Corner exit is also very very strong. As such, the car is predictable up to AND over the limit so correcting a slide and/or drifting corners is all but second nature. And, the brakes will NOT let you down (although the brake dust is annoying). Moreover, the REAL car can be comfortably driven by a novice or an expert. In either case, a bit of maturity and good sense should keep you, as well as the cars next to you, safe and happy. Many may think I expect too much from a sim, but the fact is I really like ACC's GT4 Camaro (which is basically a detuned SS). AMS2's Camaro SS is downright awful in comparison. That said, I believe Reiza's force feedback will ultimately be fantastic. But, what is the point of creating fantastic force feedback if the cars themselves are so poorly modeled? And, adding new cars without fixing the old ones is like sweeping the problem under the rug. Reiza can knock this out of the park if they focus on what they do best. But, Rieza's initial release of the Camaro SS is lacking in almost every respect. For some Camaro SS specs: https://www.motortrend.com/news/2016-chevrolet-camaro-ss-first-test-review/ Meanwhile, this is a video of the bigger brother, Camaro ZL1 1LE, being absolutely MANHANDLED at Nurburgring: TLDR: The Camaro SS is not some delicate flower to be finessed all over the place with tiny modulated throttle inputs. No, it is a car that demands to be driven hard. Look at the REAL video above. I am not a big fan of comparing videos to determine how cars drive... in this case, I think the developers need to understand exactly how badly they missed the mark.