Originally Posted by footie
I didn't forget, I just highlighted some of the things I felt were important to your debate at the time, but if you want me to include other stuff then why not mention the fact that Chris found the GT2 to have less understeer in those wet conditions, and that is solely down to the Bridgestone rubber.
He made the statement that between the two cars, the GT2 was the one he felt had more left in it. That's pretty unambiguous and pretty definitive in my book.
And if you want to bring other tests into the comparison, that's fine but we're straying. I think they'll show that on a track less biased for all out power, the GT-R can run even with, and in some cases outpace the swiftest of the swift. Road and Track's supertest is pretty good and has the GT-R, LP560 and GT2 basically even on courses that don't feature the uber long straights the ring has:
See "charts" on the lower left.
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