R3E doesn't seem to realize that the McLaren Mp4-12c GT3 is a mid-rear engine car, at least when it comes to its damage model. I frequently end up with a damaged engine from even light front-end collisions. In many cases, these collisions seem unlikely to result even in suspension damage, much less engine damage for ANY car. However, considering that the Mp4 is a rear-engine car, I would think it would take one hell of a front-end collision to damage the engine in the real world. Yet, somehow the Mp4 seems far more fragile than any of the other cars, including those that actually DO have their engines up front. I've had many times when I've lightly tapped a car in front or brushed up against a wall in a manner that would be unlikely to cause any notable damage at all, but somehow it leaves my engine damaged beyond repair. Meanwhile, even after much more severe front impacts in front-engine cars I'm able to drive on with nothing more than cosmetic damage. Has anyone else experienced this? Hopefully it will be fixed soon, as the Mp4 is one of my favorites and this has prematurely ended many races for me.