Not that we'd expect anything less.
There are things automakers can do to their GT3 race cars (or any track-only cars, for that matter) that can't be done to the street legal counterparts. Let's just say they can make things pretty naughty in ways only a race car can be. There are simply too many examples to list here, but one of the latest reveals is the Lamborghini Huracan GT3. Now having rear-wheel-drive and that familiar direct-injected V10, the entire car has been modified to meet FIA regulations.
Meaning there's a newly added roll-cage, improved subframe, suspension, and aerodynamics, and a lower curb weight. It sounds completely insane and the lucky bastards at Autocar got to experience this mean, green, racing Lambo at the Adria race track in Italy. Experience it as in driving it flat-out.