Hello everyone. I am a new Ferrari 458 owner and a first time poster from Australia. I have no clue what I am doing (with regard to posting) so please bear with me if I do something wrong here. I have had my car for two weeks and I am still learning how to drive it. My question relates to the throttle response in first gear. When I accelerate hard from a stand-still in manual mode the car seems to hesitate/delay - even bog down for a second, before giving me full power. This does not happen in any other gear. It does not do this under medium acceleration - only when I mash the throttle to take off quickly. I thought this was just the traction control cutting in to stop me wheel-spinning. However, It does this in every driving mode - including Race, CT off and ESC off. The car is warmed up and the outside temperature is in the 24 - 28 degree celsius range - or around 78 degrees F. So the car and transmission are well up to temp and the VDA says car is ready to "go" Is this normal? Do all 458s do this? I found another thread from some else with what looks to be the same problem/issue but no-one provided a definitive answer. He also included a video. See below link: https://www.ferrarichat.com/forum/threads/diy-spark-plug-change-possible.595704/#post-146489004 I would be grateful for anyone who can help me with this.