the Top Gear lap gives a lot of advantage to the SF90 ... first its very short and quiet wide corners with straights afterwards, second the car there is staring from a stand still (probably charged at 100%) the SF90 can therefore use its qualifying mode ... this will change in normal tests where the car does the timed lap in the 2nd or 3rd lap with flying start and warmed up tires (the way most magazines test) and on the long NS ... I doubt somehow that the SF90 will keep its performance under those circumstances which are closer to what a track day or regular driving should be ... however the time as it stands now is quiet impressive, if it was not rigged (1250hp Press SF90 ? ;-) )i think with the electric motors controlling traction up front it will do very well. I know it’s only Top Gear, but the SF90 broke their record, with a lap time of 1:11.3, which was 1.4 seconds faster than the Pista, and 2.1 faster than the GT2RS (all good driving days). That’s a lot of a gap on such a small track. Granted, these are tests done on different days, but they at least show that the SF90 will still be fast around the track even with the added weight.