Hey everyone, I've been doing some testing with different cars. As in real F1 teams like McLaren aren't doing too well and Mercedes seems to have caught up quite a bit, I was wandering how the game handled things. To test I used the same setup for each car and went for a short qualifying session in Malaysia. Not sure if this is the best track to test on but it is a track I'm more or less confident on. First thing I noticed, there is little differences in the handling of each car. Whereas in F1 2012 I couldn't use the same setup with each car and I felt that e.g. a Torro Rosso felt really twitchy, a Force India had the acceleration of a tank or the Mercedes was extremely oversteery, there seem to be only slight differences in F1 2013. Now I know this is very subjective and it depends on driving style (at least back in F1 2012) but this year all cars feel pretty much the same in terms of car handling. I noticed that Red Bull, Ferrari and McLaren handled best with less oversteer and more tracktion. Marussia tended to suffer from oversteer and didn't turn in as well as others, Force India didn't turn in well and Mercedes suffered from a little more oversteer than others. All cars seem to have the same top speed, at least with my setup and around Malaysia. I managed to just hit the rev limiter on the start finish straight before breaking into T1 with every car. I guess the only real difference between the cars is traction and maybe acceleration. I'm sure both can be compensated with a specific, better setup. One of the best cars for me was Lotus, although Here is my ranking: #1: Red Bull / Ferrari / Lotus #2: McLaren / Mercedes (around 0.5 secs difference to #1) #3. Sauber (around 0.9 secs difference to #1) #4. Force India (around 1.4 secs difference to #1) #5. Williams / Torro Rosso (around 1.5 - 1.8 secs difference to #1) #6. Caterham / Marussia (around 2.3 - 2.5 secs difference to #1) What is your opinion or your expierence? Can anyone confirm these findings?