I agree, 17 seconds are a lot but like I said before, it doesn't really matter anymore. 

I'm not sure why it doesn't matter "anymore".  If it ever mattered, why doesn't it matter now?

You'll see...EVs will wipe the floor with any GT3 soon (oh well, over the next couple of years). It is just a matter of time. Then, other things are going to be important, emotional things like high revving n/a engines, sound and analogue drive feel. In a couple of years, some beginners will embarrass the track pros in their computerized robotized EV track cars, when the car can basically do the track in a record time without any or very little driver involvement. Smiley 


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