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      03-22-2018, 07:29 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by orangeglim View Post
Great question! The M2, without doubt. That car, although they don't use it on any of the larger sections (the M3/M4s get used for that), feels so much more nimble. It seems to just rotate right around the driver. It's a great feeling. That said, on the second day I thought the M4 was a better performer overall on the larger section, when compared to the M3.
The M2 seemed to rotate much easier and they were a lot of fun, but the M3/4 just powered out of those turns with so much more ease on the small track. I would have liked to take the M2 on the big track, but I did appreciate the extra power of the 3/4 on such a fast track.

I'm surprised to hear you say that the M4 and the M3 performed differently. They are nearly identical performance wise and I didn't notice anything that the M4 did that couldn't be done on the M3. In fact, in the M3, another driver and I were directed to peel off from the group and take the "shortcut" to get ahead of the other groups because we were going much faster than everyone else. It was a nice little ego boost I must say, even though I wasn't as fast as the other driver. We ended up passing a couple other groups during that session.
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