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      06-27-2012, 06:11 PM   #73
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Originally Posted by 48Laws View Post
Yet you can get another qualified person's opinion about the same vehicles and get a totally different perspective. For instance, the two members in this thread who disagreed about how easily the M3 and GT3 can be thrown around a track. There ya go...

Wow, two whole examples of tracking by how many M3 owners of this massed produced car??? Look, talking about the track sounds cool and all but, the majority of M3 owners are too anal to even attempt to challenge their warranty let alone risk wrecking their sh!t on a track, so spare me the racing dramatics.
I'm not sure what your even arguing about here. An M3 IS an easier car to drive on a track, it is NOT better. Honestly I think I can confidently say that as a statement and not an opinion.
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