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      11-28-2020, 05:52 PM   #12
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Drives: BMW M2, RAM 2500
Join Date: Oct 2019
Location: Tennessee

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Originally Posted by Moflow View Post
You should totally do it. Low buck racing is an absolute blast, I compete in lemons with a POS Pontiac and even that is hugely fun. Champ car is more serious but they’re still very interested in keeping costs down which is great. I’d bet good money that you’d have more fun wheel to wheel racing a slower car than driving a faster car on a track with strict rules and the worry that if you wreck, you’re paying a pretty penny.
my thoughts! Why i won't actually tune the M2 because I want to get good as possible with stock HP. Focusing on grip and chassis etc.

at Barber Motorsports park i've seen well built Aero E36's keep up with GT3's, but thats a tight track with only a couple of spots for higher HP dominating
2018 M2- Alpine White 6spd

some two wheeled fun and a tow rig