about the GT40. As far as I know, every GT40 of that era, race or road had a 4 spd manual. In that era, F1 cars had a 5 spd and a 5 spd box was a rare luxury sport option only available on the most exotic Ferrari Lamborghini. What PD seeks to attempt is to improve driveability by giving you an aftermarket 5 spd like they used to offer into 1990s replicas. Turn10 does the same thing. Of course in the current era, modern GT40 replicas have 6 spd manuals. What annoys me is one of the most representative GT40s isnt here. IMO the Mk2 which is a 7 litre V8 in the slighty larger MK1 body is what a GT40 is most well known model. I also wish that they had full Gr.X and N300-N500 models of this. To be complete they should have an N300 Mk1, N500 Mk2 and three Gr.X race versions, ie. Gr,X Mk1 Mk2 and the current Mk4.