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The first rung in the Indycar ladder series, the USF-2000 is a lightweight, low power formula car, perfect for training young drivers in vehicle dynamics and racecraft.
The most raced car in history, the Mazda Miata is nothing short of an icon. Spec Miata takes its racing heritage further with a series that puts all the cars on the same level, highlighting driver’s skill more than their setup skills.
Featured in popular episodes of Top Gear UK, the Reliant Robin was cheap and economical. The iconic 3-wheeled layout makes it….mostly stable around the corners. You might be upside down, but you’ll have a smile on your face regardless.
Ruf took the already racy Porsche 911 and turned the knobs up to 11. Featuring a twin-turbocharged version of the flat-6 engine, the Yellowbird was faster than the 959, F40 and Diablo accellerating from 0-100mph and attaining a higher top speed.
The Puma P052 revived Brazilian sports car manufacturer Puma in 2013. Calling back to designs of the 60s and 70s, the P052 is lightweight, nimble and easy to drive.
Le Mans Prototype cars are one of the top classes of sports car racing. High powered engines, Oodles of aero, and massive racing slicks, there’s something for everyone to love.
Named after famed McLaren racing driver Ayrton Senna, the Senna GTR is the track-only version of the Senna. Featuring 814hp and a faster dual-clutch race transmission, this track special is the pinnacle of McLaren engineering.
Famously driven by triple World Champion Ayrton Senna, the MP4/8 featured a semi-automatic gearbox that could be switched over to fully automatic. With nearly 700hp at just 1100lbs, this car rewards smooth drivers with ultra-fast lap times.
Developed by Mercedes-Benz and Sauber Motorsport, the C11 won the World Endurance Manufacturers Championship in 1990. Featuring a carbon-kevlar Monocoque, this 720hp monster roared down the straights of circuits like Spa and Monza.
Porsche’s entrant into the Group C series, the 962C featured a twin-turbocharged flat-6 engine developing over 600hp. Many private teams campaigned the 962C in various series, winning multiple championships in the process.
Legends cars are 5/8ths scale full-fendered versions of the famed NASCAR modifieds. Intended to be a fun and affordable spec series, the engines are 125hp units from Yamaha. At 1250lbs, these are a blast around a tight circuit
The Lada VFTS was a rally car based on the Lada 2105. Featuring up to 130hp out of a 1600cc engine, these venerable sedans can take any punishment you throw at them.
Named after the racing driver Skip Barber, these cars are small, simple formula cars designed to train drivers of every level in vehicle dynamics and racecraft. Not as fast as other entry level series, these cars still find a way to produce a very entertaining race no matter where they are.
One of the top 3 Japanese sports cars of the 90s, the NSX featured a mid mounted V6 engine producing 270hp. Incredibly well balanced with great handling and braking, the NSX lives up to its iconic status.
Does it look like a racecar? No. Is it fast? No. Will it get your race team and all your gear to the track and back? Oh yeah.
Modeled after the stock cars of the 70s, the Howston Dissenter features big American V8 power in a classic muscle car body.
The Grand Touring Endurance class features the fastest race cars based on production vehicles. With marques like Porsche, BMW and Chevrolet, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The Cadillac DPI-V.R marked Cadillacs return to sports car racing. With nearly 600 hp through a 6 speed sequential transmission, the Cadillac DPI-V.R was remarkably fast, winning championships in 2017 and 2018.
Debuting in 1968, the 2002 is an unmistakable example of timeless BMW design. Featuring a 2.0 litre inline-4 cylinder, this nimble sports sedan looks as good in paddock as it does on the track.
One of very few diesel powered race cars, the R15 was an open top LMP1 car that won Le Mans in 2010. 775lbft of torque from the mid mounted turbo V10 made the R15 a monster on track.
America’s premiere formula car series, Indycar features twin-turbo V6 engines with up to 750hp. Super wide racing slicks keep this open wheel monster stuck to the ground at nearly 240mph!
Formula Renault features a 3.5 litre Renault V8 making 530hp. These cars sit between Formula 3 and Formula 2 and are a challenge to drive at the limit.
Formula 2 sits just below Formula 1 in terms of performance. Featuring a 620hp turbocharged 6 cylinder engine mated to a 6 speed sequential, these cars are a blast around the track.
Designed and built in just 3 months, the 512S was made especially for the World Sports Car Championship in Group 5. Derived from the P4 and the 612 CAN AM, this 550hp monster would fly down the straights at up to 340km/h!
Timeless looks, coupled with glorious V10 sounds, the F2004 was the icon of the V10 Formula 1 era. With nearly 900 naturally aspirated horsepower, this car made a 7-time champion out of Michael Schumacher. Think you can handle it?
Based on the iconic Lotus 7, Caterham bought the rights to this timeless design and produced kits for everyone to enjoy. With a short wheelbase and a tried and true Rover K series, the Caterham rewards smooth drivers with an incredible driving experience.
Developed for a now defunct racing class, BMW and Studio 397 worked together to bring this car into RFactor. Formula car handling in a touring car form factor, the BMW M4 Class 1 is guaranteed to knock your socks off.
The M3’s bigger, angrier brother, the E39 M5 was the highlight of German luxury and performance. 394hp and 369lb-ft of torque sent through a six-speed manual, the E39 M5 was the king of the autobahn when it was new.
Often immitated, never matched, BMW’s iconic sports touring car has stood the test of time. A 282hp straight-six cylinder engine provides plenty of power for however you want to drive.
Alpine released the A110 as a rebirth of the beatiful french coupe from the 60s. The GT4 version adds a bit of power and downforce to make an exceptional entry level touring car that people of all skill levels will enjoy.