Hello everyone I’m broughy1322 and this video
serves as an update to the fastest sports cars video where I show the best fully upgraded
sports cars in terms of lap time. For all the information you need about this series
check that original sports cars video, otherwise let’s see where the new Itali GTO falls in
that list. Now, the Progen Itali GTB Supercar is one
of my favourite cars to drive. This Grotti Itali GTO Sports car is one of the worst.
And don’t even get me started on the naming conventions because I’m sure that they do
it just to annoy me now. The Itali GTO falls into 2nd place overall
in the Sports class, only a few tenths of a second slower than the Pariah, with a lap
time of 1:00.995. And it’s only in 2nd place thanks to the new bouncy advanced handling
flags actually slowing it down. If you don’t know anything about those check out my video
in the description, pinned comment, and the card on screen to understand what’s going
on. Now this is a car that you can drive without
crashing, but you’ll either not be doing that very often or you’ll have to drive slower,
at say 75% of its maximum capabilities. Maybe 2 out of every 10 laps that I did during this
testing was a clean lap when trying to push it to the limits of what it can do. It’s probably
the worst car to drive in the game, even worse than the swinger from the sports classics
class. Every single bump in the road, even small ones, become a cause for concern
with this car. Which is incredibly ironic because it gains
most of its speed from those bumps via kerb boosting, so while you may think that it would
be more competitive on completely flat tracks, it also loses out on the extra speed that
it gets from the bumps that make it such a woeful driving experience in the first place.
And it’s pretty substantial too as we’ll see from the top speed testing video for this
car later today, which is on a flat piece of road and shows just how far behind the
Pariah it is when there aren’t any bumps. You’ll even be able to see the effect of this
on the lap comparison with the Pariah in this video, where the GTO falls behind throughout
the entire lap and then brings it all back on the bumpy back straight. It’s probably only going to be best in situations
where you can kerb boost a lot and not worry about uneven surfaces, so basically stunt
races with a lot of stunt tubes, but even then it’s still going to be unpredictable.
Everywhere else I’d stay as far away from this car as possible, because it is absolutely
ruined by the new bouncy advanced handling flags. And for it to be the most expernsive
regular sports car in the game, at nearly 25 US Dollars in shark card value, it’s pretty
criminal with performance and handling such as this. Now one thing that I should mention is that
because this car is so prone to getting boosts from bumps on the road, it does seem like
having high end tyres or basically bigger wheels on the car such as the stock rims or
high end, will make it quicker in a straight line when you have the ability to kerb boost.
It will gain a little bit more from those boosts that you get. Now all my testing is
done with off-road tyres just to keep everything exactly the same, but for those stunt races
where you’re going to be kerb boosting a lot it might be the case that having high end
rims on the car is going to make it even better. Again it’s still going to be just as unpredictable
on regular races with uneven surfaces, but I would say that it’s certainly a car that
is probably most prone to a situational aspect than any other car that we’ve had in the game.
So it’s going to be terrible in some situations and great in others, probably more so than
any car we’ve had in the past. So just something to keep in mind. So that’s pretty much it for this one. Top
speed testing will be coming out later today for this vehicle, and remember to read the
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a member on youtube. Thank you all so much for watching I really do appreciate it, and
I’ll see you next time.