Is S2000 a good track car?

Is S2000 a good track car?

The Honda S2000 makes a fantastic track car with the addition of a roll bar. It’s a fantastic handling car, it’s lightweight and it’s a Honda so it’s very reliable. With 242 horsepower it’s quick enough to have a blast on the track but still rewards precision and momentum.

Are S2000 fast?

For a factory Honda S2000, the answer is a big “No!” With 237 hp of max output derived from its 2.2-liter VTEC four-cylinder engine, an S2000 can sprint from nil to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds and reach a top speed of around 149 mph.

Is the S2000 a good daily driver?

Driving an S2000 every day is not as bad as you would think. Yes, the car is loud on the highway due to the wind noise and the fact that it sits at 4,000 rpm when cruising normally, but I got used to it and I even bought a hardtop. Over the two years that I drove the car every day, I racked up about 30,000 miles.

Is track driving bad for your car?

Most people will eventually damage their car somehow if they track for long enough, personally I consider that OK for the cars I am comfortable taking to the track. Brake pads, tires, and fluids are probably what will take the most beating.

How many miles can a S2000 last?

We say this because the Honda S2000 is known for being just as reliable as any Civic or Accord as many of them have lasted well over 250,000 miles with only routine maintenance or minor repairs needed.

Why did Bruno build the S2000 Speedhunters car?

It’s just an emotional roller coaster.” The S2000 bug had bitten, but with this build Bruno wanted to create a track-focussed machine that could be enjoyed on the road. He wanted the best of both worlds. “The S2000 engine is virtually at its maximum from the factory,” Bruno continued.

What kind of engine does the S2000 have?

He wanted the best of both worlds. “The S2000 engine is virtually at its maximum from the factory,” Bruno continued. “My idea was to allow the F20C to fulfil its potential, so I ordered a carbon fibre Mugen Power intake and Spoon 70mm throttle body to improve breathing.

When did the Monaco Blue S2000 come out?

“I’ve been a fan of the S2000 from day one, when they were released in 1999,” Bruno confessed. “My brother bought a Monaco Blue S2000. It was one of the first S2000s in Portugal and the car’s remained in my head ever since. When you get behind the wheel, the emotions it can transmit to the driver are unique.

What kind of tyres does the S2000 use?

Body roll and chassis flex are minimised further thanks to the inclusion of an ARC titanium strut brace and extensive Safety21 roll-cage. In the wheel and tyre department, the S2000 rides on RAYS Volk Racing CE28Ns and Advan AD08R rubber.