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      04-17-2016, 10:22 PM   #78
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True, but unless you live in Europe and track the nurburgring, would say that most tracks in the US are 3.5 miles or less. The M2 would favor most US tracks....smaller, more nimble, and smooth power usually wins the game, especially in amateur hands. Will be interesting to see more US track tests come out, including some longer ones like VIR.

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Originally Posted by stylinexpat View Post
The new M2 seems good on a smaller track but on a track like the Nurburgring the numbers are not all that great (sort of like the 1/4 mile traps speed numbers). This reminds me of the WRX STI. Those 1/4 mile trap speeds I saw before of 107/108 MPH seem a bit way too low for me. 118-120 would be nice.