Ignoring the few errors in the article, I found some of it VERY interesting. In particular, Jim Kenton's comments that the Stradale felt faster than his Challenge car. Based on the weight and HP threads, the Stradale should be much closer to the Modena than to the Challenge car... let alone, exceeding the Challenge car in any respect. So, is Jim the type who would BS to make FNA happy? Or do you think he truly felt the things he said? Some quotes: Jim: "It's quick! Much quicker than a Challenge car. And it's also so smooth and just purrs when pulling away from a dead stop." Jim: "The car is just amazing and really quick down the front straightaway. In fact, I scared myself one time going into Turn 1. I just got there so much faster than in [my] Challenge car. I mean, I had that moment where I thought, 'Should I just split the cones and stay on the oval?' You can really feel that difference in horsepower!" Jim: "It's very smooth and it was definitely sticking in the fast corners really well. I kept thinking that I was on street tires, going easily as quick as I was in my Challenge car." Keep in mind that Jim has been running the Challenge series since its inception (348C's), won in 96, and won again this year in a 360 Challenge. So, he knows how to take a 360 Challenge to its limits... so, his statements above are a bit surprising, to say the least. Anyone know Jim? Thoughts?