Considering a 9000 for track events after another 900 3rd gear failure and then wall face plant after being helped off the pavement. It has been years since I drove a 9K and have never flogged one trackside. Assuming decent spring/shock/bars are added, do they have any handling quirks, such as trail braking sensitivity? We often have complete novices drive our car and the old 900 sometimes got tail happy while braking during turn in.
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