i spent a long time thinking about what type of racing to get involved with, about 10 years! lol. i am really happy with vintage FF. i like the "real race car" of FF. its about the most affordable you can get (not that it is cheap by any stretch). that course in coronado is crazy bumpy, what is funny is that i did do the imovie smoothing. but that just made all the dashware graphics jump around! lol so i stuck with the real experience, my teeth still hurt. another pleasant surprise with FF is that its a kind of settling ground... you get a lot of very experienced drivers that "retire into FF where they started" kind of thing. so there is plenty of talent - which makes it a great place to learn! if you are a slouch.... you are off the back and gone! the cars are "spec" enough that its a drivers class. but with enough chassis difference to add some spice. they are momentum cars, but enough hp to get back into it if you screw up. just a nice all around package.
"I really started paying attention to cars was when they came out with the Nissan Z, the first body. Then I seen the Cherokees, the old square ones, and I was like, “Wow, that’s cool.” Then I seen the Isuzu jeeps and I seen the Wranglers."
-Lotus Cars VP of Global Design