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An M5 would be an awesome car to own in real life, but no way I would take it over a Porsche 911 GT2 RS. RSR for me, particularly when tuning is allowed and you can get rid of the stupid amount of rear toe and LSD decal.
I think the one I enjoyed putting a livery on the most was the Ten.... Oh, you mean to drive. It's very responsive and has a nice cockpit with really visual rev lights.
I also like the Ferrari, but that car is what you would call “an untamed beast”. I think the 458 Italy GT3 is an absolute rocket, but the handling's a bit dicey to say the least.
Speaking of which, I need to find a tune for the 458 that increases its stability. I find the stock Beetle to be very stable overall but the 911, Genesis, GT -R and M6 seem to be the best when you can set them up yourself I didn't test them although.
The RSR gave me lots of trouble in AC, so I wonder how it drives in this game.... The beetle has actually as well the best overall ranking (combination of all stock values of acceleration, speed, cornering etc) of all Gr.
Just drove the Z4, incredible car, puts power down really well. And is faster on the straights than I expected, has great braking performance too.
RSR for me, particularly when tuning is allowed and you can get rid of the stupid amount of rear toe and LSD decal. IMO it really should be up to your driving style, but the 911 is the popular choice now.
Love the RSR (big Porsche fan), but the M6 has a bit of an animalistic nature that makes the N'ring absolutely exhilarating. That boat of a m6 was my fave on TCS 2, but 1.06 made it a hot mess.
Too much finesse required for that one, for me at least, but those who can get the most out of it put in some stupid fast laps. If I didn't hate the Gr.4 TT so much, I would consider signing with Audi for the mfg series.
Complete opinion reversal, but I hate the Beetle. I used to swear by the Lexus RCF, but I signed for BMW for this week's manufacturer series and I'm absolutely loving the Z4, fast as Food, very stable under braking and accelerating.
Most races and events are restricted to a specific set of grades for fairness. That said, pure power doesn't always equate to a victory; a car that is one or two grades down from another might still win if the driver is particularly more skilled.
Ergo, you could have a weak car but with superior handling compared to your opponents. Click the links below to view information on “factory-set” cars in each grade.
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In addition to parade laps, there is a timed hill climb to the top of Good wood Park, with no safety barriers, or fences. The Sonoma Speed Festival differs in that it's on the grounds of a full-fledged racing facility and features regional wares from Northern California.
This is an opportunity to see the most significant motorsports icons in action while enjoying the luxuries and comfort of a European-style motoring event.” Sonoma Raceway's 50th anniversary is this year, and to celebrate, the Trans-Am class will run a race on the track at the festival just as it did back in 1969.
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