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    Quote Originally Posted by PLuto View Post
    For me it is not only about the sound, but S2000 was for true rally drivers. To be fast, you must keep it in high revs. Cars with turbo engines are more friendly to "not so top" drivers...
    And be 100% accurate. Mistakes mean much time lost, mostly due to a narrow powerband on the NA engine.
    same with R2 and R3 NA, now all youngsters are going through a different learning process. They dont even have to worry about turbolagging.....
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    And that's ok because naturally aspirated engines in normal cars are pretty much dead (except some low cost ones or special applications which are in no way suitable for racing such as Atkinson-cycle engines).
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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