Well guys, I did have both cars in my collection, but I must say I've never really driven them. This is one of the great things about COTW, it gives us a substantial incentive (in the way of bragging rights) to drive cars we normally would not drive. I had a chance just now to drive both of these stallions on the Montegi twin ring. What I do is take a couple laps to familiarize myself with the car, then do a few hot laps to establish the "best lap time" which corresponds to the best lap followed by a couple laps where it looks *very* difficult to improve the the best lap. Here are the results: 250 GTO 2:13.525 (474 pp) 250 GT Passo Corto 2:15.621 (454 pp) for comparison: Toyota 86 GT '12 2:17.359 Both of these cars had major inside wheel spin, though the GTO's wheel spin was much more pronounced than that of the GT Passo Corto. I think managing the inside wheelspin will be the key to races on Tues and Sat!