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Convertible Track Day Cars:
Track days have become a modern phenomenon. The high levels of power and chassis improvements of modern cars along with increasing amounts of traffic on the roads has left owners of performance cars few options if they want to legally enjoy fast driving.
By paying to use a racing track you can enjoy taking your car to it’s limits in a safe and legal environment.
The number of cars that are designed specifically for trackday weekends are increasing and the convertible cars we see here are pefect for having a lot of fun during your track time.
Select from these convertible track day cars for more information:
- TVR Tamora (2001-2007)
- Vauxhall/Opel VX220 (2000-2006)
News About Convertible Track Day Cars
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