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    The M3 may be faster just a tad bit when it comes to cornering. That is fairly accurate. But that is the only thing that it may hold an advantage over the GT-R in that sort of event.

    As for driving experience it's fairly objective due to individual liking. Some may favor how the GT-R drives over the M3 and Vice Versa, this debate will going back n forth not making any progress. It comes down to people personal liking.

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    I really don't see how anyone is going to say a heavier all wheel drive car that only comes with a dual cluch is more engaging than a naturally aspirated lighter rear wheel drive car with manual or dual clutch options.

    The M3 is more fun to drive. The M3 is more engaging. The M3 is more connected to its driver.

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    Flaming Nissan GT-R vs. Schirmer BMW M3 E92 on the Nurburgring

    http://www.gtspirit.com/2013/10/29/f...e-nurburgring/

    You may remember a video of a 600hp R35 Nissan GT-R and 585hp Schirmer Race Engineering E46 BMW M3 being pushed together on the Autobahn that GTspirit posted a couple of weeks back. A new video has now surfaced of the same GT-R this time with an E92 M3 racing very quickly around the Nurburgring and setting a scorching time of less than 8 minutes with heavy traffic on the bridge to gantry section of the ‘Green Hell’.
    The cars are clearly being driven in fury, the GT-R even spits out a few flames and it the traction and ability to keep up with the GT-R highlights just how quick the rear-wheel-drive M3 is around the track. Enjoy the video!

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    Include the video....


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    The title of that video ought to be "M3 keeps up with GT-R due to traffic"

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DallasBoosted Click here to enlarge
    The title of that video ought to be "M3 keeps up with GT-R due to traffic"
    Denial isn't just a river in Egypt.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Denial isn't just a river in Egypt.
    Have you ever even been on a road course Sticky?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DallasBoosted Click here to enlarge
    Have you ever even been on a road course Sticky?
    Not sure what that is.

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