Thank you for saying that distrusting Quattroruote while trusting dragy times is like doubting a newscast while trusting a late night show. It just doesn't make sense.
Quattroruote measures pretty much everything, from the Dbs that can be heard inside the vehicle, to the level of the vibrations that can be felt when the car passes over an obstacle (to test the suspensions), from the real cargo space (usually measured with tennis balls) to the real emissions (tested in specific conditions: city, highway, mixed), from dynamic tests which value how fast the car changes direction, lateral acceleration, stability ecc ecc (slalom and things like that), to braking figures, repeated 10 times (to see how consistent the brakes are), even on uneven surfaces (like pavé) and ice-covered surfaces. They test all sorts of accelerations (not just the 1/4 mile like the majority of youtube dragracers) and they also measure the rolling timed. They also measure the cx to see how aerodynamic the car really is and they actually measure themselves the real weight of the car (which happens to be 1821 kg in this case). Most importantly they measure the performance of the car on their own track (Vairano, and for extremely fast vehicles also Vairano pro). As if that weren't enough, after all the measurements and some pages of review, they post a final evaluation of the car-which you can see in the Google drive fold that I shared with you- which awards a mark that goes from 0.5 star to 5 stars for 20 parameters (driving seat, commands, infotainment, air conditioning, visibility, quality of the materials/refinement, safety features, accessories, rear legspace/head space/space in the front, cargo space, comfort (suspensions and acoustic isolation), engine, acceleration, rolling, gearshift, steering, brakes, drivability, fuel consumption, price). It's such a complete review. From a scientific point of view Quattroruote is leaps and bounds above Topgear or Evo, which don't take a single measurement and give a mark from 1 to 10 (in topgear case) based on subjective impressions, not on how well a car does in every parameter. Dragtimes, car wow etc etc are entertaining but they are not on the same level of professionalism of Quattroruote. The fact that in many dragraces from carwow you can see the drivers laughing while driving is already telling. I like carwow but seriously... If you are 100% scientific, you focus on driving, not on making jokes for the public. Besides, there are so many inconcistencies: different drivers with different reaction times... Not to mention the fact that they often put an AWD car like the Turbo S against a RWD Mclaren 720s on a wet surface, giving the wrong impression that the Turbo is faster than the Mclaren, which is far from the truth (unless we are exclusively about launch control). Dragtimes is good but it's still less scientific than Quattroruote. Btw Brooks tested the sf90 only 3 times. Once on a wet road where it did the 0-60 in 2.8s because of the bad weather, an other time on the street at 1800 m, with 2 people on board , a tank full of gas and without the Assetto Fiorano, and it did the 0-60 in 2.45s (which means 0-100 in 2.5s despite the awful conditions). The last time on the dragstrip the Ferrari did again the 0-60 in 2.45s and did the 1/4 mile in 9.5s, while the Mclaren 765lt did the 0-60 in more than 3 seconds and the 1/4 mile in more than 10s. It's pretty obvious that the conditions of that dragstrip were not optimal, given the bad times for the Mclaren and the fact that the Ferrari didn't do any better than it did on the road in suboptimal conditions. Quattroruote takes multiple attempts and always tries to find the best possible conditions. It managed to launch RWD vehicles like a 720s in 2.6s or a gt2rs in 2.55s (0-100 kmh)- things that carwow could never do (their times for RWD vehicles are terrible, with the 720s doing 10.4s, while Quattroruote did 9.9s). If a RWD 720S did 2.6s, it doesn't surprise me that this Ferrari did 2.2s. Btw why the sf90 should launch worse than a 992 Turbo S? Is there an written rule that only Porsche are allowed to break records? Are Italians are forbidden from breaking records? Yes, the Turbo S has an insane launch control, a rear engine and it's AWD. However the Ferrari also has 2 rear electric engines, an insane launch control, a much superior power output (1000 vs 650 hp), 220 hp of instant electric power and it's AWD as well. It doesn't surprise me that the sf90 launches even better than the 992 Turbo S. Let's not forget that Brooks on dragy got the 765lt to do the 0-60 in 2.1s (in the famous run which resulted in the 9.33s 1/4 mile). If the 765lt on the dragstrip can go that low, it's not surprising that the Ferrari, which launches a lot better, is capable of doing the 0-100 kmh in 2.2s. Finally... Having 2 sources that give different numbers doesn't mean that they are lying to us. Acceleration numbers depend on the driver's ability, road conditions, tyres conditions etc etc. Remember that on YouTube we got all sorts of numbers from the 765lt: from a record breaking 9.33s to a 10.25s 1/4 mile on the dragstrip and on a wet road. Numbers vary, that's how it is. That being said, I'd trust a reliable source like Quattroruote, which has been doing its job for more than 60 years every month, more than any youtube channel, no matter how popular or entertaining it is.