This week's Race C at Catalunya, on the heels of last weeks Race B at Interlagos, REALLY highlights that Sport Mode sorely needs to allow for suspension and diff tuning. Don't want to tune? Fine, drive the Porsche or the Mustang. They are fine. But, C'mon, trying to drive the 458, Huracan, or McLaren around those tracks is akin to repeatedly stabbing yourself in the eye with a fork, while your hand is asleep, and the fork is dull. It's frustrating, tedious, and unnecessarily painful. I believe I could diffuse a bomb with less drama than trying to navigate the 458 through the final chicane at Catalunya. and for what? WHY?? Why is this blocked out? Why?? If you say it's for balance reasons, that's baloney, because if the community finds a setup for any of those cars that makes them imbalanced, PD will BoP them back into shape. Every week we see the 911 in the top ten with a few of the other easy to drive cars. Why is that ok, but it's not ok to try and bring the other cars up to par? If people see the Hurancan or 458 in the top 10, it's usually just one person, not half the field like with the 911. The McLaren has never been there as far as I can recall. If the power, weight, and transmission are left alone, I really can't see where the harm is in allowing us to tune the cars.