Rightio, the R33 Touring Car! I picked a PD-original race car again (Won't do it a third time, don't worry!), but this one is much more desireable than the Mazda. Why? Well, it's fully premium. You can paint it, change the wheels on it, give it your own number, it's much more forgiving than the RX-8 thanks to the 4WD and it's less than a quarter the price of the RX-8, at a not-at-all-bad $230k. The R33 drives pretty well, it has a good strong launch off the line but lacks acceleration in the upper rev range, as @Vic Reign93 mentioned. It clings to corners with relative ease, though is susceptible to understeer, due to the 4WD. The races were awesome, really enjoyed them! Would have loved to do a long race in it! It also looks the part, with a sexy widebody and not surprising GT logo livery letting you know that this isn't just some clubman car, this is a proper serious racecar! One thing I noticed is that in GT5, you can see its whole interior. Shift lights, RPM, speed and gear. But in GT6 the steering wheel covers the lights and gear, what the..? It's not the fastest touring car, but it's sure a strong contender against most racing cars in GT6. Sleeper! *NOTE* I know, this isn't nearly as in depth as my normal reviews. But I'm quite pressed for time this week, what with exams, projects and other goings on in the family. Fear not, it's only this week, the Rocket will recieve my normal in depth photo coverage, review and attention!