The BAC Mono is a carbon-bodied piece of motoring sculpture, created with the innards of a Formula 3 car: 1190.5-lb, 280hp. The handling is astonishing, even in the wet, as Chris Harris found out recently at Rockingham UK.
It's got a Cosworth-tuned 280hp engine, weighs 1,190 pounds and it's real, not CGI. It's the Mono by the UK's BAC, which released new shots of its Ariel Atom rival. Great, one more car for the bucket list.
Single-seat track-day toys are apparently the world's new jetskis, albeit at ten times the price. The latest entrant could be the BAC Mono. That is, if it ever makes it past the CGI stage. Of course we hope it does.