petrolheadcz - I actually added the 458S lap for Monza but technically that wasn't a pro-driver either.
The reason it may have been deleted is because the driver used Trofeo Rs, which are street-legal, non-slick tyres, but they are not OEM options on the 458S, whereas they are on the P1.
The problem is that the Huracan Willow Springs lap time still remains, even though the same ruling applies equally to it...
...then you have the Donkervoort time on Hockenheim Short - that's not even a production car.
...then you have the two Radical times on this track, both set on Dunlop slicks. I have no idea how these things are worked out.
...similarly the comparisons all use the slower P1 lap on Anglesey Coastal for no valid reason whatsoever.
...then you have the Huayra Top Gear lap as you mentioned, which used cut slicks, not even a road legal tyre at all, never mind an OEM option, and it still stands not only on this site but also on the Top Gear site.
The reason I feel it's good to include these times is because Ferrari have cowered away from lap testing and hopefully this kind of thing will force their hand. Similarly, the 918 has been keen to compete on slower tracks but has also cowered away from GP track comparisons, so the same applies.