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Here’s How A 20-Year-Old BMW M3 Does On Track Against A New Civic Type R

One is a modern Japanese front-wheel-drive hot hatch. The other is a German rear-wheel-drive sports car. Which does better, a new Euro-spec Honda Civic Type R or a 20-year-old E36 BMW M3? Read more...
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