I am sorry, but Road and Track DID test the Murc, in the January 2002 issue, and I have the damn book , and that's what it said. Secondly, F50s aren't allow to race, you have to sign a contract when you purchase the damn thing that you cannot officially race with it. And I bet if you race it unofficially, it can beat any other car. The two examples of F50 GTR, did not get a chance to race before the project was cancelled because Ferrari think the money they put in to this super race car is more than what it will return. Diablo GT might be the replacement for the SV, but I don't care, it's the street version of the GT2, just like the Porsche GT2, it's based on the GT2 race car. I don't care what it replaces, it's street-legal race car. But it's still not as good as F50 or McLaren F1. As I've said many times, Lambo has bad handling. It might have super speed, super styling (the diablo), super accel, etc, but if you want to win races other than drag race, then u need handling, which both Porsche and Ferrari is superior. And in terms of speed, McLaren is faster. So, not to say that Lambo is crappy, hell no, but who the hell still use a steel chassis for a super car that's worth more than $300 000? Lambo's are just too heavy, and bad chassis design from the start. I think Lambo would like to design a good supercar, they should really start from scratch instead of building on a old platform.