Let me practice and pose as a Camaro fan boy. The 500 had better tires. The air temp was better for the 500. Track was in better shape. I know, I know, remember I’m playing fan boy.Ohh....looks like some Camaro6 lurking is in order. Better make some popcorn first.
Surprising how he screwed up T2
https://www.motortrend.com/cars/for...t500-pros-cons-review-best-drivers-car-video/... per senior features editor Jonny Lieberman: "The GT500 beats up the GT350, takes its lunch money, and buys more gas."
It also demands respect. "You have to be very judicious with the power," Pobst said. "You got to have that egg between your foot and the gas pedal in the middle of the corner and just roll on the power. And if you do that, it transfers weight and just hooks up. It's possible to spin up the back tires in second gear, third, and fourth, but if you're just a little careful, it hooks up."
That's the GT500. Everything about it is intimidating and forceful. It attacks the road and isn't sorry for using the whole damn thing. Keep up or get out of the way.
"I was following the Ferrari F8 Tributo," Walton said, "and it couldn't shake me—not on the brakes, not in the corners, and not even on the straights."
"The GT500 beats up the GT350, takes its lunch money, and buys more gas."Given some other current, ongoing threads here I grinned at this from Motor Trend's article tied in with this...