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Typical for a midengine car. There are settings for the alignment for track only. So if you just head to a track and its not setup them yeah issues maybe worse. Not ideal to leave settings for street unless you like buying alot of tires.A friends '20 should be delivered next month he finally has a build date for next week it has been on order all year.
I'll run it out a bit in Feb when I visit him in FL & maybe post about it. Probably will need to take it easy he has always been a nervous passenger.
The only negative handling issue I have read about was during on track testing they say it has a tendency to unload the nose ( under steer / push ) on hard throttle corner exit. Probably will never be an issue on the street.
Best of luck to you Topdog & grats on the new toy.
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