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Old 18th June 2018, 11:23 AM   #21
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Went for a Porsche experience day and got given a 4 GTS. could not manage to get the back end out, even on one of their hill climbs with constant water being sprayed and full traction control off ! Instructor even said Id take you to the section to do doughnuts but completely pointless in a 4 wheel drive car.

As others have said, will give you immense confidence but can get a bit dull.
He was being lazy.

I promise you that on that low friction surface at silverstone PEC you can doughnut their 4wd cars. I have done it in AWD 911, Cayenne, Panamera and Macan.
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There is pleasure to be had in extracting the ponies from a M car whilst the rear end is wiggling and each drive is hence quite unique.

However I've found the problem with 4wd is that you can virtually get 100% out of it whenever you want, which makes things a little boring and less exciting...

Agree to a point but there's also the immense frustration when you want the m car to perform and the hot hatch just smokes you
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