Our Evo X's were actually borrowed from the Jim Russell Racing School. These little guys were down on corner exiting torque, but we loved the ultra-fast shifting paddle shifted dual-clutch manual 6-speed trans. The new generation AWD was a treat as well thanks to the Evo's Active Yaw Control that calculates various vehicle dynamic factors and compensates to maximize grip, these things can pull .99 on the skidpad. It takes a good tire to maximize what these cars are capable of, and the AS-03 did remarkably well. Check out our in-car video here on PHR.com. Sadly, it was one of our slowest laps with a rather conservative instructor, but it gives a nice feel of Infineon's layout.