This is turning in to the dumbest internet argument in history. Nothing but conjecture and non-evidence based arguments.
"You can make predictions based on physics". Okay, fine. Show your math. Prove your predictions.
"250mph isn't terribly different than 100mph"... I think Bugatti would beg to differ. If it were so easy, everyone could do it.
Honestly, this is turning in to trolling and I'm done dealing with anyone who can't put up fact based evidence to prove their point. The fact that this discussion has over 100 replies is ridiculous. It's 1 stupid car out of 450 in the game that has been proven to 1) be stable at top speed and 2) complete the mission on the first try with a gold medal result AND the car was stable the whole way.
It seems however that it's perfectly acceptable for you to claim it must be difficult to drive because over 250mph without any evidence based arguments. And no, nothing you have posted counters that in any evidential way.
These claims work both ways you know and some simple maths has since been provided, unless you believe the Veyron produces lift now.
I remind you, the discussion at present is that the game isn't replicating real world driving phyiscs for that car, likely a bug in the cars stock suspension physics. Something evidenced by @BobDx123
just 3 posts before yours which you've conveniently ignored.
In the meantime I do intend to try to record a video at some point showing the cars behaviour in question, however I don't turn my PS4 on most days, sometimes weeks apart, so it'll happen when it happens. And the "it's one stupid car out of 450" argument doesn't fly, this is an ongoing discussion about that one car, if you don't like the discussion why are you taking part in it? Don't tell everyone else to stop, just leave if you want to.
Some guy posts videos proving how stable the Veyron is and people still argue otherwise. People in internet try harder and harder everyday to try to have the last word in every discussion
Because the videos, whilst informative to a point, don't disprove the argument at all. It's ironic that here you are, attempting to have the last word whilst offering nothing to the discussion yet accusing others of wanting the last world.
Plenty of people have explained the behaviour being discussed and it isn't what is covered by those videos beyond the claim in the OP about the mission being impossible which it clearly isn't and was probably hyperbole, yet keeps being referred back to despite the fact the discussion has long moved on from that claim.
To quote Wolfgang Schreiber who knows a damn sight more about the Veyrons stability at top speed “The Veyron covers a wider speed spectrum than any other sports car. Therefore, it must ride reasonably well at 40km/h, and at the same time it must be perfectly stable and confidence-inspiring at 400km/h. To meet these conflicting requirements, there are three suspension settings to choose from: standard, handling and top speed. Instead of installing an adjustable suspension package, we opted for a quick-acting central hydraulic system which permits, among other things, instantaneous ride height adjustments.”
Of course when you look at the downforce figures and coefficient drag of the Veyron you can see it clearly generates downforce at speed not lift. Therefore the more speed = the more downforce, basic maths. The more downforce, the harder the car is pushed towards the ground. The harder it's pushed towards the ground the more it should stick to the ground. Also basic maths. Thorw in engineering designed to facilitate the car traveling at that speed in a stable fashion including
But in GT7 the car gets very slippy at speed, it behaves unrealistically, but let's just go "nah, it handles right in GT7 regardless of what real cars behave like or engineers say".