Originally Posted by M3Rad
I'm absolutely impressed. Although I have just driven the M3 once at an autocross, and I have driven just 1 day at Laguna Seca, the times posted by the M3 are incredible.
Laguna is a track where stability and acceleration really help. The M3 is a very well behaved car at higher speeds, and the grip is pretty good for being as heavy as it is.
Its biggest deficiency IMO is how slow the car transitions. At the slower autocross speeds the slower response of the chassis compared to some of the other cars becomes more of a liability.
Did they use the stock PS2s ?