I think the typical GT3 buyer has more in common now with Macca's demographic of more 'hardcore' cars. For better or worse, Ferrari has tilted more toward luxury over sports (read: AMG Mercedes over Porsche.) Even though Mclaren needed it way worse than Ferrari, Mclaren's holdout on SUVs speaks of the changing clientele. I'm not saying there are no enthusiasts that would roundly welcome 6-speed Ferrari again, just that this cohort does not make the lion share of the typical person plunking down 1/2 a million for an SF90. Ferrari accountants are not dumb; if there is money to be made making six speeds again, they will do it. After all, this is a company that made an official Ferrari Surfboard at one point.