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      09-22-2014, 09:27 AM   #400
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From this and the Ring times, it seems the m4 edges out the gts by a very small margin. I think it would come down to the track and the driver. Obviously the power advantage of the M4 gives it a leg up on power tracks and the lighter weight mid engine GTS gets a leg up on slower tracks with more turns. Also, IMO, it would take more skill to drive the M4 at the limit as its monster TQ makes powering out of corners more difficult and you are husling around more weight (then again, its been noted that it drives like a lighter car).
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