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Mazda MX-5 Mk1
Mazda's original MX-5 often gets overlooked as a viable track hack. But with a peppy 1.6-litre four-pot producing 114hp in a car weighing under a tonne, the Mk1 MX-5 has decent levels of performance and a forgiving yet capable enough chassis to entertain beginners and advanced track drivers alike.
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A bunch of the lads with transits would be the best track day racing you could have!
Why wreck up some damn fine cars when Transits will do nicely?
Bring on the Transits!!!
Think BMW M3 may be 'sought' after, definitely not 'sort' after...basic year 2 primary school error!
Best track day car is any old banger you don't mind safely junking to gain experience and have a bit of fun...not these wonderful machines.
Hmm mk2 RS... You’ll definitely be shocked by the torque steer and understeer. 300bhp in a front wheel drive car is a recipe for disaster. The reason why they haven’t probably included Ferraris and Lambos is because money isn’t grown on trees. Most of the cars shown are reasonably priced. For example, an ep3 Type R can be picked up for around 2-3k and are great track cars with a few minor bolt on performance parts.
Why the low BHP BMW M3 and not the Evolution model at 321bhp as standard that can be picked up for less than £3k.
And for all those that have not owned a kit car do not understand the power to weight ratio compared to a run of the mill factory produced car that anyone can drive.
r32 gtr for me! or r33 gts-t with the hicas disabled.
both cheap compared to some of the others too!
Got to agree with you Iain Grant. Who on earth got paid to put together this list.
Have they never heard of the Ferrari 430 Scuderia or Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera?
No no, your right a Clio is a lot better track day car than them!! Obviously.
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