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BMW M2 Competition and M5 Competition Place Second and Third in Motor Magazine Performance Car of the Year 2019

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Counting down the days until I get mine!

I’m really starting to wonder if I’ll get a lot more enjoyment out of it than the GT4. There’s no doubt in my mind that the GT4 sounds better, handles better, and is more refined, BUT on a daily basis, I’m starting to really suspect that I’ll get a lot more enjoyment out of the M2C.

Here’s why:

– Less exotic (less worried about putting mileage on the car, roadtrips!)
– More oversteer happy/much easier to control in slides (suspected)
– Not worried about parking it anywhere
– Less flashy
– More comfortable seats (although I do love the carbon buckets)
– Can drive it in the winter, on camping trips, etc.
– Can fit more than one other person for short drives

Same goes for a GT2RS. It’s a much wilder car than the M2C, but where are you going to use that on a daily basis?! If you don’t live in Germany (near the Autobahn and the Nurburgring), what are you really going to do with it? I guess the answer is you have many other cars, and take it to big track days a few times a year, but it has way too much power for the road. I feel like even 300hp is pushing it.

Don’t get me wrong, when I finish a day at Mosport or Watkins Glen, I LOVE the GT4 but most of the time it sits in my garage, or I’m sitting in IT in traffic, waiting patiently to accelerate to 100km/h.

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