It takes a very special breed of machines to succeed on a racetrack after satisfying the public as a road car. I'm not talking about silhouette car nonsense here, but factory cars that can be turned to eleven thanks to their brilliant engineering. You know, like the McLaren F1 and all the others of that era.
The red thing above with that ridiculous air scoop is a Honda NSX Super GT. It's got the original NSX V6 bored to 3.494 cc, a carbon fiber reinforced chassis and a 6-speed sequential gearbox. It's also almost 500 pounds lighter than the original car. That's pretty much all it took to turn an NSX into a race car.
But which is you favorite?
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