NO, it's just that when I clicked on the link I expected to see someting that could actually be a track car, not just some dolled up show car that looks like it should be in the next "Fast and Furious" movie.Sydney said:As a long time LBJay fan I must say that was quite "Trollish". :lol:
Frosty said:I just threw up in my mouth a little bit . . .
I don't think that my definition of "club" is the same as Pontiac's.
I'm thinking something that reduces weight, increases cornering performance, basically a lean mean racing (and drive home after) machine.
17" lightweight alloy rims
Convertible top delete option
removable hard top option (without buttresses)
relocate battery to the miniscule trunk
Aluminum hood/trunk option would be nice as well
This car (club racer) would ideally come standard with ABS (with on/off switch), LSD, 17" wheels, functional rollbar and weigh 200-500 lbs less.
No AC, no power, no subwoofer, no problem.
The Dec 05 Car and Driver (again) does a comparison between the Sol and the MX-5, this time on a racetrack. The MX-5 was average 1.2 seconds quicker around. Overall they gave the Mazda the win 233-229 with most categories very close. Much better article (due to longer time with the cars I imagine) than the last.