If someone was was born in India and moved to Canada (like my dad) he's still an Indian first. Just like the EVO, it was born a rally car and will always be one. It will definitely start doing other things but it's a rally car first and something else after.
2 - Street Racing is for amateurs and immature people, of which 99.99% could not hold their own on a rally track at 20% of the speed that rally drivers do
3 - The Fast and The Furious is not a reliable source for information on racing
4 - The only reason anyone flaunts it as a tuner is because of Fast and the Furious, which again is a crappy source
5 - Obviously NFS says it's a tuner, do you see a rally class anywhere in there. Play DIRT, or any rally game and the EVO and STi are both there
6 - "but when Urban Street Racing kicked in, EVO became a street racer and drift car", Mitsubishi still races the EVO in Group A and N classes and the Lancer WRC04 in various races. So by your logic, the Lancer is still a rally racer
[Edited by SuperSkyline89, 3/29/2008 6:31:39 PM]
Forgetting how to read now are we?
And for the record, I'm not disputing the fact that it's famous for street racing. I'm disputing the fact that it is still a rally car.
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