I'm of the same experience with sims. There's a lot of variability with some of them.It's all good- lots of really great advice in here- thanks all!
Admittedly, I'm crap at Sim driving- 30 years of feeling a car definitely makes the experience frustrating. Maybe VR will help, but it's probably also a good lesson in using my eyes more and consistently picking my points. But the Evora models were just so much more difficult to control than any other ME like a Cayman or 488, that I started to become really concerned. In either case, track day insurance might not be the worst idea while I adjust ;-)
Track day insurance such as Hagerty is a great idea. An error from most anyone is possible and of course, it's not your fault, it's not his fault, it's the asphalt....
Taking a commercial racing school is expensive but less worrisome because you are not risking your own car as a novice. There are some excellent ones around. The alternative would be hiring a driving coach for a day.