Winding Road Racing is regularly visited by track day enthusiasts who are confronted by a challenging question: "should I buy a different car, in addition to my current street car, to use for track days pretty much exclusively?". The common scenario applies to someone who does 6 or 8 or 10 track days per year and has a high-end sports car. Such a driver will often find himself or herself asking "why am I putting pretty heavy wear and risk of crashing on my expensive and beautiful car?" From that question, it isn't a big leap to "what car would work better as a pure track day car?" That's the point at which they come in to one of our shops and a discussion starts about what we could build for them.
We usually end up asking them a few basic questions which heavily shape the direction they should take:
If you are interested in discussing any of these items further and potentially sourcing/building your ideal track day platform, contact Todd Therkildsen: [email protected]
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