I had the chance to Test The Parma Type M while I was at the Roar National 2 weeks ago and I tought it was a very good body. I tought the body had really good steering entering the turn but after that, it would be a little loose mid to exit. Lap time were the same as the Mazda 6 but I felt more comfortable with the Mazda. I think the parma will be a really good body for stock. I was running Mod. But once again I think it is more how you like to drive your car.
I JUST finished painting up 2 of the Parma Type M's for a team driver. He's headed out to the big race in Joisey this weekend. From the design of the front end, it looks as though it should have a TON of steering coming into the corners. It's similar to the Ride Accord in that it has a narrow canopy with a great deal of rear downforce available in the right conditions as well. Would probably be excellent for a long, flowing asphalt track.