Winding Road Racing Prototype and Formula Car Builds Gallery
Recent experience suggests the DeltaWing, despite some cries to contrary, should be a part of the future of racing. Not DeltaWing the car, but DeltaWing the idea. That’s because DeltaWing shows us the new Can-Am, and Can-Am is the series most often referred to as the soul of the golden age of American racing.
You’ve seen Fieros. Most likely you’ve seen some for sale. You may even have spotted a Fiero priced so low that you thought about buying it, just to satisfy your long standing curiosity about this car. Of course, being priced so low, odds are the car needed something significant, like, say, a new engine and transmission, right? This could well be the case, but then again, maybe it isn’t.
Ah yes, the glorious Fiero. Nothing says 1980’s poseur mobile better than a cheap version of the same-era Toyota MR2, and that’s not including the countless fiberglass body kits—some of which are truly craptastic—to have graced the pint-sized Pontiac over the years. It seems that even Fiero owners are embarrassed when sitting behind the wheel; what other reason would drive a person to shell out substantial coin for a Ferrari F-40 conversion kit designed by someone without depth perception? Have we totally lost our minds to call this car a Keeper?