Per December 1976 issue of Road & Track: The blue 308 in action on its cover. The tagline read: "Probably the best sports car I've ever driven -Bob Bondurant." Bondurant went on to say, "The main thing I like about the 308 is that the car is so neutral you can do anything you want with it. In other words, it doesn't understeer badly or oversteer badly. It is an easy car to drive, so you can go through a turn, lift off to make the car oversteer and then just really plant your foot in it and it takes off." Bondurant continued, "This is so much better than a Daytona. That car steers heavy, sits high and has a bag of power, but you can't really use the power like you can in this car. This is more like driving a Ford GT40 when they first came out." And finally, "You get into a Porsche and they work fine up to a certain speed and then they can go into an understeer or an oversteer; kind of a snap oversteer. With the 308, even the guy who isn't quite as adept could take it that much closer to the limit."