FN2 Honda Civic Type R – Early ownership review

On setting out to find a replacement track car for my rolled Suzuki Ignis Sport, (see a previous blog for that story) I had a certain criteria the new car needed to meet. Naturally aspirated, practical (space for spare tyres etc), cheap to maintain, solid platform to modify, good aftermarket support and around £3000 toContinue reading “FN2 Honda Civic Type R – Early ownership review”

The next track car?

For those of you that have been following me on the website or my Instagram account, you’ll probably know what happened to my previous track car. In short, for those who don’t, it ended up on its roof at Knockhill. If you haven’t already, check out my blog where I go through what happened. TheContinue reading “The next track car?”

Rolling my car at Knockhill

Colin McRae is often quoted as saying “If in doubt, flat out.” That’s incredibly fitting when you’re behind the wheel of a 109bhp hatchback and you’re sharing a race track with a Huracan Performante, McLaren 570S and a Fireblade engined go kart on steroids. The closing speed on the straights can be alarming and youContinue reading “Rolling my car at Knockhill”

Are the Traditional Supercar Manufacturers being Left Behind?

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you’ll probably be aware of the shit storm that got kicked up over the past week or so, surrounding the two way average of 316mph and a peak of 331mph in a top speed record by the SSC Tuatara. The idea for this blog came from the beliefContinue reading “Are the Traditional Supercar Manufacturers being Left Behind?”

Cadwell Park Track Day – 28/07/20

This should have been my third track day of 2020 but here we are, more than half the year already behind us and I’ve just completed my first. I can’t tell you how eager I’ve been to get back out on track, it was late last year at Anglesey since I was last out. FirstContinue reading “Cadwell Park Track Day – 28/07/20”