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I just got my new issue of Motortrend, which had a great article on the 2001 M3. One thing they mentioned was that for 2002 it might be offered with the F1 style shifter paddle, clutchless transmission (similar to what is offered in some of the Ferrari models).

Any strong opinions out there on the shifter paddle method versus a real stick? Does anyone feel it isn't real driving if you don't have to work the clutch? To me, the shifter paddle idea is pretty slick, especially, since it shifts more quickly than is possible with a conventional manual...


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