Named the most popular supercars for track daysNovember 20, 2019
The first three places were taken by Lamborghini, Audi and Nissan
The British site TrackDays, through which you can rent cars for day races at local racetracks, as well as buy package programs for the whole weekend, has compiled a popularity rating for supercars. Its participants were ranked by their share in the total number of bookings.
|Model||Share of reservations (%)|
| Lamborghini gallardo |
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Ferrari 360 Modena
Aston Martin DB9
Porsche 911 Carrera
| 19.5 |
The most popular supercar for the track days with the British was Lamborghini Gallardo. The coupe is equipped with a 500-horsepower V10 and accelerates to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds. Of the Italian models, the list also included Ferrari 360 Modena (V8 3.6; 400 forces and 373 Nm) and F430 (V8 4.3; 490 forces and 465 Nm). The second most popular was the Audi R8 with a V8 engine with 420 horsepower and 430 Nm of torque.
National manufacturers represented by Aston Maritn – V8 Vantage (V8 4.7; 426 forces and 470 Nm) and DB9 (V12 5.9; 477 forces and 600 Nm) took fourth and eighth places, – and the track Ariel Atom (L4 2.0 with compressor; 300 forces and 259 Nm). The last place in the Top 10 went to the Porsche 911 Carrera (B6 3.8; 355 forces and 400 Nm of torque).
In addition to these cars, on the TrackDays website you can rent a racing Radical SR5, McLaren 720S, Dodge Viper and even a Formula Silverstone car.
In early October, Jeremy Clarkson chose the best supercar of the year. According to the famous TV presenter and journalist, they became a Ferrari 488 Pista. Clarkson named the Bentley Continental GT V8 with a 4.0-liter “biturbo eight” with a capacity of 550 horsepower the second best car, but also in the “national” category.
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