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Renault Sport Clio Cup

Renault Sport Twingo RS

Don't underestimate it. It may be the lowest price car in our fleet, but that does not make it the least fun. This is an old-school style hatch in the true sense of the word.

In these modern times, it still manages to keep a reasonably low weight. With a short wheel base and more than enough power to keep you grinning - this car has truely accessible performance.

At the end of the day, the RenaultSport Twingo offers an excellent bang for buck!

Specifications

Engine
Inline 4, 1.6 litre
Output
133hp, 160Nm
Weight
1000 kg
Type
Front-engined, Front wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive & Right hand drive
Renault Clio RS200 Paddleshift

Ford Fiesta ST

If you've heard the hype then you'll know about the Ford Fiesta ST. A better drivers car than it's bigger brother, the Focus, better steering feel than anything this side of a German Sports Car (Audi, BMW), and accessible power that makes the Fiesta a satisfying and enjoyable experience!

Cosseted by the bolstered Recaro seats, you'll be amazed how this car handles around each and every section of the formidable Nürburgring Nordschleife!

Specifications

Engine
1.6 Litre, Inline 4 Turbo
Output
182hp, 290Nm
Weight
1234kg
Type
Front Engined, Front Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
Renault Mégane RS265

Renault Clio RS200

The latest version of Renault Sport’s iconic hot hatch, the RS200 paddlshift has grown up in every dimension, producing a more capable car, that is easier to drive, and ultimately - faster.

The biggest additions are the new punchy turbo engine and dual clutch paddle-shift automatic transmission, giving you both power up the hills, and faster, thought free shifting ability - letting you concentrate on getting around the track.

This car simply just grips and goes. 

Specifications

Engine
Inline 4 Turbo, 1.6 litre
Output
200hp, 240Nm
Weight
1204 kg
Type
Front-engined, Front wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Lotus Exige 240S

Volkswagen Scirocco GTS

Picking up the pace with it's turbo engine and lightening fast DSG automatic gearbox - the VW Scirocco is remarkably easy to drive and surprisingly great on track, thanks to it's solid chassis.

The most important thing about the Scirocco is just how forgiving it is - and that's down to the clever guys at VW, and the lovely gearbox - meaning you're concentrating on what's going on aronud you - not on what gear you're supposed to be in.

A perfect car for the Nordschleife, this 2 door VW will surprise you with it's capabilities!

Specifications

Engine
Turbo Inline 4, 2 litre
Output
217hp, 350Nm
Weight
1369 kg
Type
Front-engined, Front wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
BMW M3 E92 V8

Renault Mégane RS265

In many ways, and many parts of the world 'Front wheel drive' is a dirty set of words. But Renault's RS265 Megane will break all stereotypes and preconceptions, and will leave you absolutely amazed.

Trick differentials up front, a surprisingly powerful 265hp motor and great handling makes this car a must try for anyone - even if you've never driven a Front wheel drive car before. Forget your Porsches, your BMW's and anything starred and striped - when it comes to the Nürburgring - there is no better all around car out there. Lap after lap, visit after visit.

In the wet weather almost everything else will be left behind you, as you put the RS265s balance of easy driving, confidence inspiring capability to the track. It simply shows when everyone who drives this car comes back raving, only feeling a twang of pain when it's realised that this car is simply not available to purchase for yourself in certain markets - we're looking at you, USA!

Specifications

Engine
Inline 4 Turbo, 2 litre
Output
265hp, 360Nm
Weight
1387 kg
Type
Front-engined, Front wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive, Right Hand Drive
BMW 130i E81 Race Car

BMW M135i

A hot hatch, but not as we know it, Jim. The M135i from BMW is powerful, entertaining, in compact dimensions - and it's rear wheel drive. The engineers at BMW have imbued this car with all of that M-Division magic, and come away with something quite special.

While it may not be the recommended car for a wet Nordschleife track, this car is nevertheless brilliant when things are a bit more sunny and dry. In SMG automatic form especially, this thing is a rocketship, thanks to it's turbo 3 litre engine, it truely hauls up the back hills of the 'Ring!

So be prepared for the grin on your face on the twisty tarmac - the M135i is dynamic, easy to drive, and benefits from the latest in modern safety systems.

Specifications

Engine
Turbo Inline 6, 3 litre
Output
320hp, 450Nm
Weight
1360 kg
Type
Front-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Renault Clio Cup Race Car

BMW M235i

Don't just pass it off as an M135i with a boot - the sum of the parts of the M235i make for a much more impressive whole. Better balanced, and (in our opinion) better looking, the M235i is poised to become a performance legend, joining the ranks of many, many other blue and white propeller cars. 

With the car being often compared to the Porsche Cayman in terms of performance, it tells tale of the brilliance of the car - The Cayman being from a more prestigious marque, and much more uncompromising (2 seats, mid engined).

The engine is powerful with a broad range, and the 8-speed paddleshift automatic gearbox keeps you in the sweet spot of the torque curve at all times, and the amazing chassis blends driver involvement and agility perfectly. The M235i’s mix of attributes is one that nothing else in the segment can touch. It’s an outstanding car.

Specifications

Engine
Inline 6, 3 litre Turbo
Output
322hp, 450Nm
Weight
1450kg
Type
Front Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
BMW M3 E46 Race Car

Mini Cooper S Works

This little pocket rocket not only has a huge chunk of power, but also a slightly sinister side that will keep you grinning!

Specifications

Engine
Supercharged Inline 4, 1.6 litre
Output
206hp, 245Nm
Weight
1140 kg
Type
Front-engined, Front wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Lotus Exige Cup 260

Alfa Romeo Spider

Open top motoring, the joy of Italian design - Our Alfa Romeo spiders are best enjoyed on a sunny day, cruising along in style!

Specifications

Engine
2 Litre Inline 4
Output
126hp
Weight
1110kg
Type
Front Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
Lotus 2-Eleven

BMW M3 E36

The second iteration of the iconic BMW M3, this generation still preserves the raciness of the original model, while also elevating the luxurious feel that BMW is known for!

Specifications

Engine
Inline 6, 3.2 litre
Output
321hp, 350Nm
Weight
1460 kg
Type
Front-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Right hand drive
Lotus Exige S V6

BMW M3 E46

The E46 is one of those types. A cult car. A classic. This car has probably gained more fans in recent years that BMW could have ever expected.

Following the traditional sport car recipe, with good weight distribution, decent power, a manual gearbox and rear wheel drive, the E46 M3 deserves every and all praise that it has created. Although the car could be considered 'long in the tooth', especially alongside some of the more modern cars out there, this car is still a performance benchmark for many makers!

Specifications

Engine
Inline 6, 3.2 litre
Output
338hp, 365Nm
Weight
1549 kg
Type
Front-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Right hand drive
Porsche Cayman S

Lotus Exige 240S

A road-going race car. Lotus' own description fits the bill perfectly. This uncomprimising, stripped out, lightweight machine is designed for the track, and the track alone.

Following in Colin Chapman's philosophy of performance through light weight, with "adding power makes you faster on the straights, removing weight makes you faster everywhere" - the Exige S 240 throws in a handy supercharged toyota engine with 240hp to give the nod to both parts of the above statement.

Make no mistakes though - this is a real drivers car, with a short wheel base, mid engine and rear wheel drive. This is no BMW M3, no big american musclecar. While it's well enough behaved on the roads, in a track environment, revving high, this car can bite - so either be prepared for it, or choose something a little more relaxing - because the Nordschleife takes no prisoners!

When you get it right however, the car simply flows from corner to corner, communicating every little bump, camber and feeling through the unassisted steering and into your hands.

Specifications

Engine
Supercharged Inline 4, 1.8 litre
Output
240hp, 215Nm
Weight
945 kg
Type
Mid-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Porsche GT3

BMW M3 E92 V8

Few cars offer the mix of performance and comfort of the E92 M3 - there's a reason BMW put their iconic M badge proudly on the back of these cars.

With over 400hp on tap, and the amazing dual clutch gearbox, the E92 M3 is never caught short on track - leaving you to simply enjoy. A great weight balance and top safety systems make this car reasonably forgiving on the circuit too.

If you've never driven an M car, then do yourself a favour and find out what all the fuss about. Because those who know what an M3 is all about, simply just know.

Specifications

Engine
V8, 4.0 litre
Output
414hp, 400Nm
Weight
1655 kg
Type
Front engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive

Porsche GT3 RS 997 3.8 Mk2

Renault Clio Cup Race Car

Don’t let it’s small size fool you - the Clio Cup Race Car is like an angry wasp, hyper-eager on the track and ready to sting cars twice its size!

Specifications

Engine
Inline 4, 2 litre
Output
200hp, 215Nm
Weight
930 kg
Type
Front-engined, Front wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Porsche GT3 991 PDK

BMW 130i E81 Race Car

The perfect start for your budding racing career - Our 130i Race Car is the definition of ‘Accessible Speed’, fast, fun and easy to drive.

Specifications

Engine
Inline 6, 3 litre
Output
268hp, 315Nm
Weight
1158 kg
Type
Front-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Radical SR3 SL

Lotus Exige Cup 260

A faster, stiffer, lighter version of the already impressive Lotus Exige S car. Fully caged with race harness and optional slick tyres! If you can fit into the car (Not as easy as it sounds, by the way!) then this is the Lotus for those in the know.

Still retaining the light Lotus DNA, this is the top car before the latest crop of electronically guided cars.

Specifications

Engine
Supercharged Inline 4, 1.8 litre
Output
260hp, 236Nm
Weight
890 kg
Type
Mid-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Radical SR3 RS

Lotus 2-Eleven

There's something magical about the Lotus 2-Eleven. This open top Lotus 2-Eleven takes Colin Chapman's philosophy of "performance through lightweight" to the most extreme level yet. 

At under 700kg, the speed you can carry through the corners is nothing short of extreme - and while it may not be the most powerful car out there, it doesn't need it. Everything is raw and visceral, all in something that is technically road legal!

It takes a bit of getting used to the lighter front, which requires some time, patience and experience to get up to temperature - and then a soft touch, with smooth and considered inputs from there on. Get it right, and it's someting very, very special.

Specifications

Engine
Supercharged Inline 4, 1.8 litre
Output
260hp, 242Nm
Weight
670 kg
Type
Mid-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
BAC Mono

Lotus Exige S V6

The first thing that strikes you when you meet a Lotus Exige is "How am I supposed to get into that?". If you've ever found yourself wondering if you could live with a Lotus every day, then the answer, unfortunately, is... Not really. 

But, as a track proposition - well... That's exactly where the Lotus Exige shines. The Exige S V6 is the latest version of the car, now boasting more horsepower over it's predecessor, the Exige S240. Fitted with the same 3.5 litre V6 from the Evora, it has a handy bump of over 100 horsepower, with only a relatively slight increase in weight.

Changes are not limited only to the new engine though. Lotus has (finally) seen fit to include full stability control systems in the car - an up-to-date system that keeps you safe, but tuned by Lotus to not be overly intrusive.

Unchanged, however, is the fine handling of the car, due not only to it's lightweight, but also it's mid-engined, rear wheel drive setup. This car is an absolute joy to drive, and if you've never tried a Lotus before - then this is a great way to go.

Specifications

Engine
Supercharged V6, 3.5 litre
Output
345hp, 400Nm
Weight
1080 kg
Type
Mid-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Nissan GT-R

Porsche Cayman S

Porsche is not just a badge. It's strong motoring history means they know how to create a car - and the Porsche Cayman S... Wow. What a car. This car is -just about- everything to every driver. The engine is powerful, but not overly so. Perfect for the track. The balance and handling outshines even the best that Porsche themselves can offer from their top range 911 models. The Cayman is the thinking mans track Porsche.

Special mention needs to be made of the gearbox. Porsche PDK double clutch paddleshift is one of, if not the best, in the business. The quick reflexes of the gearbox means the car is capable in any situation - whether or not you're shifting yourself.

So believe everything special you’ve heard about this Heavenly car. If you want to do the Nürburgring, and it has to be a Porsche? Then this is the one to choose.

Specifications

Engine
Flat 6, 3.4 litre
Output
320hp, 370Nm
Weight
1320 kg
Type
Mid-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
McLaren MP4-12C

Alfa Romeo 4C

Slide yourself over the large, wide, carbon-fibre sills, and you'd be forgiven for thinking just got got into something that cost the better part of 6 figures. But then you see the dashboard and you think - is this just a Lotus that has gone a little bit too fancy?

Materials and all jokes aside, the Alfa 4C is a true thing of beauty, the lines and flowing curves guide you along the side of the car - this is what a cut-price Ferari would be like. And it's that sense of style and 'Italian-ness' that the Alfa Romeo 4C is all about. That grumbly raspy exhaust note, and the wooshing of the turbo accompany you as you work your way through the twin-clutch gearbox, enjoying the wave of turbo-based torque that makes this car feel rather different to the aforementioned -other- lightweight car maker.

Driving with your finger tips as you dance around the corners is what makes this car great. The fact that every Tom, Dick and Harry do a double-take as you pass is just another bonus. 

Specifications

Engine
Inline 4, 1.8 litre Turbocharged
Output
240hp
Weight
895kg
Type
Mid Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
Porsche GT3 Cup Car

Porsche Cayman GTS

With it's excellent PDK Gearbox and extra punch, the Cayman GTS is a must drive and absolutely unbelieveable on the track!

Specifications

Engine
Flat 6, 3.4 litres
Output
340hp
Weight
1345kg
Type
Mid Engined, Rear Wheel Drive.
Steering
Left Hand Drive, Right Hand Drive

Radical SR3 SL

Maserati GranTurismo S

This achingly beautiful, relaxed grand tourer handles like a charm, is incredibly comfortable and just made to be used every day!

Specifications

Engine
V8, 4.7 litre
Output
434hp, 612Nm
Weight
1880 kg
Type
Front-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Radical SR3 RS

Porsche Cayman GT4

In the modern age of paddle shift automatic transmissions, the Cayman GT4 may seem a little out of place. A third pedal means higher shift times - means less bragging rights at the local pub, doesn't it?

Porsches GT4 Cayman delivers a different sort of experience - one that is often overlooked in the sea of lap times and outright numbers, but driver involvement is something important not to forget. But don't fret! It still has plenty of great numbers to share over your favourite beer at the end of the day! (Most notably, a 15 second difference in Nordschleife lap times when compared to the big brother 991 GT3 - even with the exclusion of active rear steering and fast PDK box!)

This track focused special version of the Cayman has Porsche's race bred suspension, roll cage, harness and manual transmission. This ultimate version of the 'small' Porsche is a must drive for any enthusiast!

Specifications

Engine
Flat 6, 3.8 litres
Output
385hp
Weight
1340kp
Type
Mid Engine, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
BAC Mono

Porsche GT3 996 Clubsport

This lightweight track-special classic was the return of the RS badge to the 911 range. 3 pedals, 381 horsepower, and ABS. This true drivers car is before all the electronic wizardry that constantly interrupts you on track in all the latest and greatest.

This particular example has also been uppgraded with a short gear ratio box and KW clubsport suspension. Featuring full roll cage and harness, this is not for the feint of heart, nor for the FWD modern expert.

Specifications

Engine
3.6 litre flat six cylinder
Output
360hp, 385Nm
Weight
1360kg
Type
Rear Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
Nissan GT-R

Porsche Cayman S Race Car

Built by Frikadelli Race team (Sabine Schmitz's very own team!), our Porsche Cayman S Race Car is fitted with all the goodies like a full cage, KW suspension and upgraded brakes, this is a true trackday weapon.

Specifications

Engine
Flat 6, 3.4 litre
Output
344hp, 370Nm
Weight
1200kg
Type
Mid Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
McLaren MP4-12C

Nissan GT-R

"Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely" - Lord Acton. The Nissan GT-R is a different sort of a beast, but a true beast nonetheless. The way that this car grips, and goes will leave you speechless. This car is mind-bendingly, reason-defyingly fast. It has earned it's title as 'Godzilla' - the king of the Japanese supercar.

But more than that it's a reassuring, relatively easy car to drive. It's a beast that purrs in your lap, but to the outside viewer, it looks like you are saddling and riding a tiger! If you're coming to the Nürburgring, and you need a supercar to drive then this is the way to go. It forgives that missed apex, the early turn in or the wrong gear in the corner, with it's track ability and power.

The elephant in Nissan's room - the Porsche's - are of course great cars too. But rear engines mean weight distribution and physics aren't on your side. This is ok when you know the track well, but for an overall package? The GT-R has it, every time.

Plus - who doesn't love the underdog?

Specifications

Engine
Twin-turbo V6, 3.8 litre
Output
542hp, 612Nm
Weight
1740 kg
Type
Front-engined, Four wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Porsche GT3 Cup Car

Porsche GT3 991

Porsche. Nürburgring. Two names absolutely synonymous with each other. At the 'Ring, Porsche is king. An unparalleled mix of track-ability and use-ability means the Porsche GT3 is the car you see on track. All the time.

This latest generation takes things a step further. If there was any doubt about a GT3 being a supercar, then this far and away dispels it all. The sheer pace that comes from the mix of light weight, powerful 475hp engine (With 9000RPM limit - in a flat 6!) and the famous PDK double clutch paddleshift is nothing short of amazing.

The technology behind the car now means it's more user-friendly than ever. But remember, this is a rear engined, physics defying car. If you're used to Porsches, then this is fine. If not, then take some time to get used to the feeling of the car, the lightness of the front and the activeness (Read: it moves around!) of the rear.

This car is great. Special. It's an achievement in every sense of the word. Porsche. Nürburgring. 

Specifications

Engine
Flat 6, 3.8 litre
Output
475hp
Weight
1430 kg
Type
Rear-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Porsche GT3 Cup Car

Mercedes AMG GT S

This absolutely gorgeous car seems to have it all - looks, an impressive V8 engine, happy front-engined, rear-wheel drive setup and a bonnet line that goes on for days! Dynamic, powerful, confidence inspiring and fast - the turbos pushing you all the way to the red line!

A huge step up in dynamics over the outgoing SLS AMG, while maybe lacking the gullwing doors, you gain much, much more! Agile and responsive, yet stable and reassuring - putting the Tri-star badged manufacturer back on the map.

Specifications

Engine
4 litre twin turbo V8
Output
503hp, 650Nm
Weight
1645kg
Type
Front Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
Porsche GT3 Cup Car

Porsche GT3 RS 991

Bigger, faster stronger. The GT3 RS takes the best bit from the Porsche stable, and brings it altogether to create the car by which all others are Benchmarked. Porsche 918 Spyder seats, steering wheel, wheels and tyres, and brakes; Porsche Turbo wide body and the "traditional" rear-drive setup of the GT3 - and the hardest revving naturally aspirated engine: that hallowed 4.0.

As near as makes no difference to 500hp and kerb weight that makes a supermodel blush - the wild-looking GT3 RS is king of the Nürburgring, Spa, and all tracks you can throw at it - hands down.

Specifications

Engine
3.8 litre Flat 6
Output
500hp, 460Nm
Weight
1420kg
Type
Rear Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive
Porsche GT3 Cup Car

McLaren MP4-12C

Smitten. There's nothing quite like meeting the MP4-12C in person for the first time. If you can figure out how to open the scissor doors, then you're welcomed into a world of carbon fibre, turbo power and alcantara.

This is the first production car produced by McLaren after the astonishing F1, and it doesn't disappoint. Lightweight and powerful with beautiful balance from the carbon fibre tub and mid engine / rear wheel drive layout, the McLaren  is a head turner, and a (on track) move maker.

Put your foot to the floor and the turbos spool you to warp speed, the enormous, purpose built brakes hauling you to a halt, and the massive tyres gripping around the corners. This is indeed a very special way to get around - whether it be the intensity of the circuit, or the full experience of an RSR Road Tour.

Specifications

Engine
Twin Turbo V8, 3.8 litre
Output
592hp, 601Nm
Weight
1399 kg
Type
Mid-engined, Rear wheel drive
Steering
Left hand drive
Porsche GT3 Cup Car

Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Living on the knifes edge. With 730hp. The Ferrari F12berlinetta pulses with energy and presence. This is an astonishngly fast, all-devastating, road going rocket. While it may take a madman to explore the limits of the car, anyone can appreciate the potential and exceptional nature of the beast.

Press the throttle, and at first, the Ferrari seems muted. But it's tricking you. Explore further and all you get is an overload of aural goodness. The engine starts to scream and the exhaust crackles and pops - all giving you that amazingly gooey feeling. Dynamically, the Ferrari is of course amongst the best. Light, nimble, and even a little nervous, the car is nevertheless sure footed and amazingly grippy. High speed stability is it's party piece.

A truly amazing feat of engineering to behold, the long bonnet GT style body with active flaps to aid in airflow and cooling - everything combines to make the car truly unbelieveable.

Specifications

Engine
V12, 6.3 litre
Output
730hp, 690Nm
Weight
1525kg
Type
Front Engined, Rear Wheel Drive
Steering
Left Hand Drive