Ever since I was able to drive the Formula GT successfully around Suzuka, without a major error, I was hooked. Up until that point it was a little touch and go, but I made some crucial adjustments and went to town. Unfortunately, beyond the FGT and the 2 Ferrari F1s there are no other open wheel race cars. I'm writing this in hopes that others would be interested in Formula cars from other eras, and PD finds this massive support impossible to ignore. Then I wake up. The licensing for F1 has been beaten to death, and I have conceded the fact that if I want to race current F1 cars its going to be in another game. Also, the generic Formula 1 cars from GT3 are gone and not likely to return. What I want to know is if PD made multiple types of Formula GT cars from different eras; would people drive them? Change the name of the current one to Formula GT '00s, or get an actual marketing person to get a better name. Then make one chassis per decade. Start with some mix between a Ferrari 156 and a Lotus 24/49 for the 60's. Basically chassis with no aero and a V6 or V8. Move to some 70's era chassis with minimal aero and a V8, Get some 80's turbo cars (improved aero) for good measure and end with a 90's era high tech car that may have higher mechanical grip (than FGT), but less aero. It doesn't seem like the FGT gets a lot of love online and people hate the A-Spec championship; so I think I may be wasting my time. I just hope when PD is considering what cars to put the man-power on they go with quality over quantity (read: JDM). I just don't know if people can get over the "fake" aspect.