I havent got GT4, but GT3 A-Spec how can you pick a favourite. Apart from that there are so many differnt requirements you have to meet to race, how can you just stick with 1 car? 'Sides drifting is alot harder that in the good old GT, man those GTR's used to drift around the track.
they made the driving system more realistic in every game so if you got used to one you couldn't do the next without practice, i know what you mean though i used to be able to drift sideways into the turn come out of it straight, best way to learn how to drive the new systems is to get his really tiny old truck thats pretty cheap in it, it will only go around 60-90 on the dirt tracks but it gets you used to it a bit
I don't own Gran Turismo 4. I do, however, own Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, but I haven't played it for a long time. I am currently playing Forza Motorsport. I think my 2003 VW Golf R32 is the one with the highest mileage (1 mile = 1.4 kilometers) but I don't know how much it is. Upwards of 500, though. I have too many cars to keep track of individual mileage.