Kurt Bradley has a knack for spotting the extra good cars when he’s at the race track. Some of the teams would probably have been faster and safer in Sunday’s downpour with this car’s 195-horsepower and FF layout. This is the real winner of the 24 Hours of Daytona, actually.
I had a Type R that, as with so many, was stolen and stripped for parts back in 2003.
I had a chance to drive a pristine Type R recently, and it was raw, noisy, great to look out of, and an absolute joy.
Then I got back in my S2000 and broke the tail loose at the first right-hander.
I don’t consider vehicles for purchase that can’t power the rear wheels, and I know how good a FWD car can be.