If you are going to use Wikipedia to prove that the Corvette is a sports car, then I will do the same to you.http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaguar_F-Type
Funny how you didn't link that one.
Or I could just quote the F-Type page on Jaguar's website as saying: "Pulse-quickening, pure Jaguar sports car.
The V12 is 3.5 times the price and has 100 more hp and your excuse is because it's a GT car? That's a wimpy excuse. Especially wimpy when you consider that Aston Martin's website labels the Vantage as their "sport" car and the V12 Vantage S their "extreme sports" car. Their description of it even states, "The V12 Vantage was an unprecedented engineering achievement. Combining a V12 engine with our lightest sports-car
in a package of pure aggression." It's funny how you use Chevrolet's website to prove that the Corvette is a sports car but then use Wikipedia to show that the Vantage is a GT. Why? Because their website proves you wrong?
Try again because Wikipedia isn't always right. (BTW, using the number of Google results of a search is a sorry attempt at an argument)