Originally Posted by BlackJetE90
BMW needs a normally aspirated track version of the next gen M3. While having the FI version for the street. Think... 911 GT3/Turbo, Boss 302/GT500, etc...
that would be crazy expensive number one.
second of all, a track spec m3 (if built) imo would benefit a ton more from things like
-improved braking performance
-improved handling / stiffness in chassis
than it would from an n/a vs turbo motor. the gtr owns the track and is turbocharged. it owns the track because it outhandles the pants off most other cars on the track.