Top 5 budget track ready cars

2013 Nissan NISMO 370Z

Many people are dreaming about owning a track ready car. However, most of them are horrified about their costs, and about the fact that the majority of these cars can not be driven on public roads. A number of major car manufacturers have track ready cars on their offer. These are more expensive than a regular saloon, but their price is quite affordable in comparison with a pure bred race car. These are the top 5 track ready cars under $60,000.

The Subaru/Scion BRZ/FR-S twins are the newest track ready cars available. These are low weight, rear-wheel drive cars with excellent weight balance, specially built for the track enthusiasts.

The BMW M3 needs no presentation. It has a 4.0-liter V8 built under the bonnet, pumping out 414-hp and 295 ft-lb of torque. This track ready car is very close to an actual racing machine, available with six-speed manual transmission or six-speed manual transmission, and a locking differential.

The Audi TT-RS comes with a turbocharged five-cylinder engine which puts out 360-horsepower. The power reaches the asphalt through Audi’s quattro AWD system, and with its performance rated 255/35 tires it is track ready right from the first day.

The Nissan 370Z fine tuned by the manufacturer’s own motorsport division, NISMO is one of the best choices if you are looking for a track ready car. While it is slightly heavier than the factory 370Z, it is more powerful and it has special suspension system better suited for race tracks.

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is also an interesting choice for those who are looking for a track ready car. Even though people think about the Mitsubishi Lancer as a rally car, the Evolution handles excellently on race tracks. It has an advanced all-wheel control system, and its turbocharged 291-hp, four-cylinder engine, this car is an amazing track-sedan.