You have clearly never driven the real car. "Tippiness" is not a word you would ever use to describe a 2016 Camaro SS, much less one in Track mode. This is the whole point of my thread. Folks who think they know how the car drives or who it should feel.... ugh. I will say it again: This car is a track weapon. It feels way tighter, lighter and way more responsive than you can imagine. Here is the long term review on the 2016 Camaro SS. 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS Long-Term Road Test Excerpt from that review: It turns, too. The sport and track modes up its handling beyond what sane people are willing to explore on our roads. There’s a reason the 1LE version of this Camaro is quicker than an Audi R8 V-10 Plus in our Lightning Lap throwdown around Virginia International Raceway: The Camaro is no longer a knuckle-dragging, Cro-Magnon pony car. It is now a wildly capable piece of driving hardware, with the suspension and brakes to indulge those who would push the car to its limits. “It’s easy to feel as if you’re driving it hard without taking any real risks,” notes the logbook at 27,000 miles.