You speak as though rF2 has a universal level of handling. Even though its basic approach prevents going off the edge as far as a vehicle badly programmed in Madness can, cars in rF2 still vary a lot depending on the modelling. Some are great; others less so. The best cars in AMS 2 already feel as good or better than the best cars in rF2 in my opinion. Everyone will have their own opinion or preferences ultimately, but I'd like to know on what basis you think AMS 2 is noticeably behind rF2 in physics/handling (using good examples from each, not a straw man best car from rF2 and worst car from AMS 2 or vice versa).