Did a test of both cars yesterday on the GES server at the GES Daytona track. Stock set-ups on both and the times were equivalent.
I did find, though, that the RSR was easier to turn in, stop and did not heat up the tires as much. I also felt less need to modulate the throttle on exit with the RSR.
As a Corvette racing fan, and a Porsche fan I have no issues with either car. I did vote for the RSR just because I wanted to be an a-hole.
It would appear I am the only vote for the Vette, as sad as that is. I found the RSR to be pretty much 100% undriveable for me.
What problems are you having, Kal? I just spent an hour running Daytona with the RSR (well, last night) and the only change I made was to the aero. I increased it from 5-6 and it held much better in the corners with only a loss of one MPH in top end. My fastest time was a mid- 1.46
Just dont like how it feels. I am very used to iRacing RSR and this one is much different. It is not biggie to me. Tom and I have talked about this and I am totally good with you guys running t he car. Just doesnt suit me well is all.
low 1:36's on full fuel, for the LMP2 and high 1:45's for the RSR on full fuel