I grew up drive stockcars and so did my entire family and we aren't genius enough to create GT Sport, it's common sense. I was so excited when I completed the campaign mode. I have all of these intricate suspension setups that I worked on for over a year before I even tried sport mode because I am not a gamer and I thought it was "the real racing simulator" like it promoted on the package. So I spend quite a lot of money before I signed up for sport mode. When I race, no matter what it is I take it very seriously, when I built up my notebooks for each car and track (I literally have a library of notebooks with setups , 1 for every track with every car and lap time sheets from doing my own r&d. I thought I was going to be racing "simulated races" career mode got most of the physics right. But sport mode... Really has me feeling like I got screwed over. Everyone has to use the same suspension setup and that is like expecting everyone to take an ink blot test and have the same exact answer. It doesn't work. If Gran Turismo Sport is going to claim to be and I quote them " the real racing simulator" they need to let competitors tune their own suspension to handle their own driving style. They have the BOP and power wise they got it really close. The fixed suspension setup that we are forced to use is going to be absolutely perfect for a few people, but the rest of us " people that want to handle better and wonder why we can't understand why the top 10 list is always the same names every time, it's not us that is failing. Gran Turismo is failing us, the people that buy their products and made them the biggest racing game in the world. I read an interview about why GT Sport didn't make it so we could change a street car into a racecar like the previous version, and they pretty much said the consumers basically aren't smart enough to keep making the game in that fashion. I did an experiment. Subaru WRX Gr3 with BOP and GT Sports suspension setup we are forced to use and ran 3 laps at Suzuka Fastest lap. 2:03.207 Slowest 2:04.845 Now I'm only going to adjust the sway bars, spring rate , camber, shocks, and toe angles. Everything else is their setup. Just minor adjustments so I can feel more stable and the result was Lap 1) 2:03.565 2)2:02.695 3)2:02.210. So with just minor adjustments I was able to run the second season of 3 laps 4 1/2 seconds faster than the first 3 lap session. Another difference I felt. In the first season I had to really drive hard to get the best result possible. The 2nd session I could actually relax because I didn't need to take the car to the extreme edge of control. I know I'm not the only on person dealing with this issue. If our cars don't handle how we need them to. Let us my adjustments to the camber, sway bars, springs and toe angle. It would be better all around. Less crashes,better competition, equal competition, "fair" competition . I'm not asking for down force. Just the option to make small adjustments to the suspension to make the cars truly equal and drivable. There are a few cars that no person can handle. Over half my friends have sold the PS4 and started on iracing.com for the fact that it is embarrassing to be a racecar driver and someone is driving away on a simulation, not cause that person is a better driver but because the way Gran Turismo sets up the car is comfortable for that one person but not for the other 19 people. And what really drives me nuts is I know if I move the sway bar 1 click the car will turn how I like it. And the consumers are the ones that are supposed to like your product and events. I know a lot of people that were obsessed that won't even talk on the phone if they hear it. Just because GT Sport won't let us make a small adjust on a "race car"