Tonight my uncle and I were crusing in his Camaro. He is a proud owner of a 360CS, so hes not one of these 'my American car can beat that Italian car' guys. Anyways, we came upon a 360. My uncles Camaro has a Z06 block, and every SLP option known to man, and that was stock(I'll explain later). So we keep up with the 360, because he likes the cars greatly. So the guy in the 360 tries to show-off and rev his exhaust, and the light turns green and he takes off. We come up to him at the next light and he gave my uncle a smile and a wave. The light turned green and both cars were burning rubber. We plowed up and on-ramp and we just left the 360 in our dust. He was at least 4 car lengths behind. So the explanation. GM shipped a few wrong blocks to the Camaro plant. His Camaro dynoed 370HP, 365LB-FT at the rear wheels. Ok, so if Ferrari doesnt care about numbers, why make supercars? If I pay this obsurd amount of money for a vehicle, and lets say performance wise, and im getting out-ran by Camaros and Corvettes, why the hell did I buy the Ferrari? Ferrari is slacking greatly. Hell I could probly out-run a 355 in my Chevelle. And I follow up my question with an answer. CART cars are faster then F-1 cars. Its about prestige. You race your ass off in the CART series to maybe become a F-1 racer. Same with vehicles through your life. You work your ass off to graduate from a Civic to a 360. And with a Ferrari, you know you have accomplished something. Prestige.