Wow what a surprise it was to drive this little FF. Right after working on the VW Beetle 2.0 I am happy to see this car. Amazingly zippy and agile for an FF I would think that this car was closer to an FR drivetrain layout. Sure it has that characteristic pull of the FF class but thankfully it only becomes a real concern at speeds in excess of 100 mph and even then it is manageable. It also exhibits another characteristic of the front wheel drive class by being virtually impossible to spin. Needles to say the sub 300hp is a factor in the stability however you can get pretty wild in the turns with this little car and not have to worry about checking the wall. It is nice to see that the VW line has at least one car that redeems for the horror of the Beetle 2.0 experience. As a last note I would like to say that you could get away with T5's, however when posting a setup I like to recommend on the safe side.
The good: Very stable cornering allows you to break the back free for most turns without having to worry about a wall hit. The bad: at less than 300hp the range of races it can be used in is limited.
Thanks my friend I appreciate the feedback, honestly though I have been so busy inputting the GT4 cars to the new GTVault that I have not even played except to get all the licenses and the 1000 miles Europe event.