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I *think* Handling was in Sport and the Powertrain was in track.
From my understanding from Simon Andrew, powertrain in track will definitely allow wheel slip, even during straightline accel in the dry. i.e. when turbos are fully spooled and you can grab the next gear up to kill the spin. I'm sure that's not in the handbook and find a wide road without Armco before you try it!

One of Chris Harris' videos shows the ESP allowing significant drift angles in the wet, although not sure if that ESP calibration made it onto customer spec cars.
 

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I drove the car in the wet from around Woking from the MTC. Not too hard, but fast on country lanes. I was impressed. Over bumps in turns that woud have sent the R8 or 430 skewing, nothing but tracking. Can't wait to get mine.
 

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I drove the car in the wet from around Woking from the MTC. Not too hard, but fast on country lanes. I was impressed. Over bumps in turns that woud have sent the R8 or 430 skewing, nothing but tracking. Can't wait to get mine.
Welcome first post! :) What did you spec and when are you expecting delivery?
 
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