Originally Posted by adc
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?
I think the fact that the learning curve is so high makes the car somewhat daunting along with the fact that the layout reacts differently, but no way in hell an M3 is keeping up with any GT3. I will never disagree with what someone prefers, your right, if you like your M3 better why would you? I was purely commenting on the GT3 not being a step up in performance.
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