I would agree the Pista is not as raw nor does it feel as edgy and alive as a Gt3rs.2 or, Gt2rs. In degrees of having that raw edgy race car feel I would place Gt3rs Ist, Gt2rs second, and Pista 3rd in that order. I also seriously question Ferrari's removal of the sound deadening in Pista as on most rd surfaces all they have managed to achieve is drown out the noise of the engine which again largely defeats the entire purpose. This is where the valve controller is essential as at least with the valves pegged open you can hear the engine. Without controller and with the valves closing the car loses a lot of soul (flame suit on). No such problem with the GT cars. Creating a race car feel is an art form requiring the clever manipulation of certain elements. The Germans have created a masterpiece in this area where Ferrari are still playing second fiddle for some crazy reason. Ferrari just need to figure out there is a balance of elements in play and more to it than just pulling the sound deadening out of the car. I totally agree Pista is more a road car that can be used on a circuit vs the GTrs cars which feel more like race cars which can be comfortably driven on the road in near equal relativity to the Pista....which clearly feels more of a road car against these two. This is also where I must question even the need for F8 when all Ferrari had to do was put some sound deadening along with a glove-box into Pista and they would have provided a far more enjoyable driving experience for track and rd and the car would have made more sense.