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      03-09-2012, 04:55 PM   #79
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Originally Posted by Erhan View Post
The main reason why I'd buy a sports car is to track it. From that perspective, AWD and Turbo is a no-no for me.

I track my 04 WRX, and I bet you would track it too, and enjoy yourself the entire time.

I'm NOT trying to attack you, but have you ever driven an AWD turbo on the track?
I've driven FWD, RWD, and AWD on the track and in autocross events and to me it is a matter of learning the car. Different breaking points, sharper apex, gas on after exit at different times and with different force. AWD is a blast on a track and a turbo with the lag can be a problem but I've learned the ticket to beat turbo lag is to get on the throttle earlier than normal.
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