You're a bit wrong, the regular version handled very well too. I rented a bunch. The rental car spec would handle well in an FR-S sorta way - no grip, but good dynamics. The rental car spec was pretty neutral and would trail brake really well. It was really confidence inspiring. » 10/01/13 10:39am 10/01/13 10:39am

It's only hard becuase the world is teaching you to do it wrong. YOUR HEEL SHOULD NEVER MOVE. KEEP IT ON THE GROUND. Use the ball on big toe side of your foot for the brake, any part of your little toe side for the gas. By not lifting your heel off the ground, you'll be FAR more consistent. You only need to lift your… » 7/18/13 12:50pm 7/18/13 12:50pm

If you live in a place where you feel the need to buy a rain jacket, pony up for one of the higher end shell fabrics: Gore-tex, eVent, DryQ, Drytech, and similar. It's not hard to keep you dry, but it is hard to keep you dry from the outside rain and inside from sweating. These fabrics do that. Most outdoor equipment… » 4/16/13 4:25pm 4/16/13 4:25pm

Those are clearly Pirelli P-Zero Corsas and NOT hand cut as you can see by the sidewall. The are off-the-shelf tires. With as few cars are Pagani produces, is there such a thing as stock tires? If they were non-standard compound, that's anonther thing, but you couldn't tell that in a pic. Though judging by what dirt… » 2/27/13 12:23pm 2/27/13 12:23pm

If you want to learn to left foot brake well. 1) you need to use the same geometry with your leg/foot as you would with your right foot. Many people hold their two leg differently. If you try to send pre-programmed muscle movements from one leg to the other without your foot in the same position, it will flop. Same… » 2/26/13 11:08am 2/26/13 11:08am