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I think it really depends,

1. The 930 is not exactly infact a cheaper machine, if you do it right and do not cut corners that is.

2. Driving on the street, highway or some mountian road is very different to that of a circuit, speedway or raceway.

3. It really comes down to knowing not just your limits but recognizing the vehicles and
having what is known as SA / Situational awareness. This becomes important when you
are at pace near or on or a little over the limit or heck way over and knowing what to do.

4. If you really love this track 930, then just focus on the chassis, suspension, bushings, and
transmission and braking system. Focus on having a reliable machine, response is more important then sheer power.

5. It really depends on what you want, as a track car if you are trying to go racing the GT3
or GT3RS might be really a good direction.

6. Or if you love the 996 Turbo, focus on that. The 996 Turbo is an amazing machine. You can improve this machine further. The cost oneway or another is going to add up, if you do it right.

Good luck, and happy motoring.
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