I can't really give you a definite answer, as the categories you have mentioned are never clearly defined in the game or even real life: Yes, the TSR-R is a production car, but one could argue it's a pre-tuned car as it is an upgraded variant of the Zenvo ST1 (see Pagani Zonda R for a similar example).
Are you planning to write the article about the TSR-S?
What I want to say is that - apart from third party tuners - manufacturers do tune their cars as well. This is what I meant with the term "ambiguous", the games do not have a unambiguous definition of the latter.
I have actually already worked on the article after doing the Ford GT70, and overwritten yours, but only because I have gathered almost every in-game information except for the CarStats stock tune values.
It's possible, but I don't think I have enough time to maintain a weekly poll and FH4 season content at the same time. Also, most readers check the site on mobile devices, which use a different skin and do not get the mainpage that desktop users get.
I don't think many people use these disambiguation pages, but if you want to do it, feel free to do so.
Why is it important if every manufacturer logo has the same resolution? Some logos, especially from defunct manufacturers, are unavailable with high resolutions. As long as the resolution is at least 128x128 or so, I don't really care, but, again, you're free to upload a higher resolution version, though with proper quality that is.
Hi, back in August 23, 2018, I was blocked for 3 months for "Continuing to edit infobox values after multiple warnings.", which meant that I was blocked around the release of Forza Horizon 4. My day here was SO terrible. Would you please explain why this was done?