Originally Posted by Sauce
I'm sorry but this is so wrong it's ridiculous lol. A lot of 996's are slow as sh*t at DE's because they are so so difficult to drive. On the street letting off in that car is no lie like a second turn in, on the track it is a spin...
So you are partially agreeing with me? I can't tell.
Anyway I passed my instructor at Shenandoah in his 996 GT3, and I'm not the fastest guy around. So I guess I beg to differ? But let's chalk it it up to chance, lousy tires, a specific track or any other reason.
Still, as I said in my post, I maintain that in the hands of a regular driver a 996 GT3 will be slower than the M3. And since I am a regular driver, why would I switch?