More downforce means more lateral Gs. In this case, the Divo has 1.6 Gs of lateral grip – which is a lot of Gs. That number is only a slight increase over the standard Chiron, though, which can pull up to 1.5 Gs. That extra 0.1, though, makes a heluva difference; the Divo is a whole eight seconds quicker around the Nardo circuit than the Chiron.