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    Awesome

    Welcome back.

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    Any practice is good practice
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    A few new cars seen in the latest FIA GT World Tour event, probably coming in the update later this month which will include the two Super Formula cars: Lancia Stratos, Ferrari 250GT, and the Red Bull X2014 "Competition".
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    Noice

    Keep those free updates rolling in!

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    Couple of screenies here.

    https://www.gtplanet.net/gran-turism...s-ferrari-250/

    They mention a Countach too. That, plus the Ferrari and the Lancia were in GT6 as well. The Ferrari being one of the most achingly gorgeous cars ever hammered from sheet metal.

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    Thanks to GT Sport I’ve fallen in love with the F1 GTR again. Now my YouTube suggested videos feed is littered with videos featuring them. They truly are perfection - it was the car that toppled the F40 as the greatest sports car of all time! No mean feat.

    Nothing sends blood to engorge my loins quite like they do.

    Thus:


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    It's a shame McLaren apparently pulled some of the documentaries they had for the 25th Anniversary of the F1 on their YouTube page.
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    Had a couple of goes at rallying with the Alfa 4C
    Its quite fun when it is lots of wheel work and throttle steering. Yes thats GT rallying, but even more so in a MR car.
    It does feel real good when you maintain a drift then turn the other way (steer in, steer out, modulate throttle)

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