Right, 1st world 'what would you get' thread on second car for track and road use.
1. £25k and under.
2. Lighter weight rather than a bigger engine.
3. Doesn't have to be new. Indeed simpler then better to enable tinkering.
4. Not heavily reliant on electronics to make it work.
5. Can be either FWD, RWD or 4WD.
6. Minimumn 1 seat!
7. Extra points for quirkyness - the BTCC Volvo Estate was brilliant.
So, those of us who like powered speed as well, what would you go for?
A Locost Seven would certainly tick the 'tinkering' box.
Please keep it on topic.