- What 'Fun Car' – £25k and under.
Lime green RS awesomePosted 6 years ago
I’d go Elise with K20 too – Please you see…Posted 6 years ago
E46 M3 CSLPosted 6 years ago
But if it was a second car I’d be after a caterham 7 super light.
Local Toyota Garage has a Green RS Focus in as well, £24k.Posted 6 years ago
The Mevabusa would have to be on my list to be honest.
Posted 6 years ago
b r – Member
Whatever you get will always be a compromise.
Buy a ‘normal’ car (with towbar), car trailer and a proper track day car – eg ex-racer.
+1 if I was to get one.
£5k on a decent tow car and trailer, the rest on a track car.Posted 6 years ago
I did find that Caterham’s are fairly easy to attach your bike to the back with 🙂Posted 6 years ago
fully prepped ready to race MKII escort rally carPosted 6 years ago
I loved my Caterham 7. Not bothered about cars so much these days, but a bit less obvious than some of the, (admittedly brilliant) suggestions, and if you could find them,Posted 6 years ago
Rocket Car Company.
Lotus Esptit V8
+ another for Ariel Atom.
(only because I want one)
I still love the original pillion version – don’t really see that about now.Posted 6 years ago
Austin maxi 1750Posted 6 years ago
If you want to drive to the track, then a 996 turbo would be a great choice for the journey and the track
Westfield / Caterham would be excellent on the track but maybe too much of a compromise on the way there.
(I may be slightly biased as I am selling a 996 turbo!)Posted 6 years ago
Best car I ever drove sportingly was a TR7 which I borrowed from a friend and spent the evening doing laps around Pudsey St Lawrence cricket ground.
I highly recommend one of those and that circuit.Posted 6 years ago
Forgot one, bro-in-law has the funniest sub 7 second 200bhp monster. Ideal for getting to the track, setting an indecent lap tome, taking bikes there and all after dropping the kids off at school. Yep why not consider a Meriva VXR?
Night all!Posted 6 years ago
VX220 maybe. That Lotus vid was brilliant.Posted 6 years ago
+1 for Honda S2000.
Quick, responsive, good brakes, hell of a lot of fun when the V-Tec kicks in.Posted 6 years ago
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