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Old 11-14-2019, 03:09 AM   #93
Calamity Jesus
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Originally Posted by Apharmd View Post
LOL. FWD isn't desirable on a performance car. I don't even see how it wins on fun or driving dynamics? Let alone real-world ownership. My CTR, on a dry day, loses traction up through 3rd gear. In the rain it is a nightmare, you have to be feather-light on the gas in order not to just sit and spin.
I think most people have this trouble after learning to trust in quick AWD cars. Once you train your foot to stop treating the throttle pedal like a light switch you can start to appreciate just how much fun and rewarding it can be to manage grip in a quick FWD car.

Originally Posted by h3llsp4wn View Post
Because they are only good in absolute perfect road conditions. Add s little sleet, rain, or snow and all that goes out the window.
Not a big rally fan, eh? AWD > FWD > RWD in the rally world with only a few exceptions. The whole reason FWD gained prominence with the public was the excellent foul weather handling and grip that comes from having 60% of the car's weight over the drive wheels.
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