Ok, this is meant to be a fun post, but I'm just so in love with the FerrariChat.com 355 Challenge right now. This car just gives and gives and gives and doesn't take. I have beat this car over my lap every which way and it just asks for more "daddy". I just got done doing a PCA track event at Texas World Speedway on the 2.9. On a side topic, yes, I have now been over 150 mph for the first time in my life. I ran 7 sessions this weekend. Here's the only work I did this weekend on the car... 1) Unloaded the car. 2) Torqued wheels, set tire pressure, and filled up with gas before each session. 3) Checked oil and inspected brakes after each session. 4) After first day I rotated tires side to side. 5) Loaded the car. In the meantime I was the fastest thing on the track (expect maybe David Moore in Dana's 355 C). There were Vipers, Vettes, BMW's, almost a dozen 996 turbos, and a couple older cup cars. I was even on shot tires and this is the first time I've driven the Challenge at TWS. My best time was a 1:56.9, which is still a ways from the T1 cars that do 1:53-1:55's. I'm not sure what the 355 Challenge cars have gone at the TWS races. Maybe someone can post the results for any 2.9 races, not the 1.8. Anyway, I have run the car at multiple track events since I bought it. The rotors are still great, the pads probably still have another weekend on them. All I do between weekends is change the oil and bleed the brakes. Driving wise I still think it's impossible to spin this car. I have yet to spin it. I did have a nice tank slapper this weekend, but easily recovered it. The balance and feedback is so great that you can take it to 99.9% and know it. What else do you want from a Ferrari track car? In my opinion it's the best balance of the fastest, least expensive, and easiest to maintain Ferrari track car you can have. The 355 C is faster than the 348 C and much easier and cheaper to maintain than the 360 C. I think for some a CS or mod street Ferrari would be a nice balance between a track car and street car. I kinda have the philosophy to track a track car and street a street car though. Whew, I had to get it out of my system. I just have to pat that car everytime I walk by it.