It's better to categorize based on PP (which returns), don't use hp alone. Use PP class like probably roughly divided for the following (based roughly on the cars in GT5/GT6):My wish was that more CATEGORIES or GROUPS were created to avoid uncomfortable and indigestible anachronisms. My suggestion would be to divide the cast of cars into the following categories:
Grand Touring race Car:
GT. Gr. 1: GT1 cars (FIA GT1 cars)
GT. Gr. 2: GT2 and LMGTE cars.
GT. Gr. 3: GT3 cars (Blancpain and DTM 2020's)
GT. Gr. 4: GT4 cars.
Silhouette race car:
SL. Gr. 1: Super GT and DTM 2010's cars.
SL. Gr. 2: Old GT500, GT300, Old DTM cars.
Prototype race car:
PT. Gr. 1: Hypecars, LMP1 cars.
PT. Gr. 2: LMP2, DPM and Old LMGTP 90's cars.
PT. Gr. 3: Old LMGTP
FM. Gr. 1: Formula 1 cars
FM. Gr. 2: Super Formula
FM. Gr. 3: Old Formulas.
RL. Gr. 1: 2010's cars
RL. Gr. 2: Old cars
ST. Gr. 1: 8000hp - 1000hp
ST. Gr. 2: 600hp - 790hp
ST. Gr. 3: 400hp - 590hp
ST. Gr. 4: 200hp - 390hp
ST. Gr. 5: 80hp - 190hp
- 1: 0-370 PP (economic cars range)
- 2: 371-430 PP (200hp sports cars range)
- 3: 431-480 PP (276hp JDM range)
- 4: 481-520 PP (400hp sports cars, rally, Super GT300 range)
- 5: 521-560 PP (supercars, Group B range)
- 6: 561-600 PP (more high end supercars, Super GT500, and GT3 range)
- 7: 601-650 PP (NASCAR, GT3, LM range)
- 8: 650-750 PP (LMP, Group B range)
- 9: 750+ PP (F1 range, etc.)
ST. Gr. 4 still means that X-Bow is lumped together with cars like S2000, where it's obviously out of its league.