#FastFriday: Think your track car is faster than SuperK?

By Colin Wood
Jun 7, 2024 | UTCC, Ultimate Track Car Challenge, Tire Rack

How to build the ultimate Honda S2000? When it comes to SuperK, the recipe is simple: Start with a Honda S2000, swap in a K-series engine, add on a turbocharger and drop in a dual-clutch gearbox sourced from a BMW.

[SuperK: The quest to make the fastest Honda S2000]

The result? In addition to 2 podium finishes in the Tire Rack One Lap of America presented by Grassroots Motorsports, SuperK is also the 2020 UMI King of the Mountain champion, 2020 Gridlife Track Battle Street Mod class champion and “the fastest street tire driven S2000 at every track it has visited in the last 4 years.”

Sure, those results make a convincing argument that the recipe works for making the ultimate S2000, but does the recipe also work for making the ultimate track car?

We’ll find out October 26-27 when SuperK takes to the track at Kentucky’s NCM Motorsport Park for the 2024 Tire Rack Ultimate Track Car Challenge presented by Grassroots Motorsports, our annual search for the fastest machine on four wheels, which takes place alongside the Tire Rack SCCA Time Trials Nationals Powered by Hagerty.

Rules for the UTCC are simple: Both car and driver must pass a safety inspection. That’s all.

Outside of that, build your track car however you see fit: Twin turbos, custom-built chassis, massive wings, sequential gearboxes–it’s all welcome at the UTCC.

Think you have the ultimate track car? Click here to register today.

For more information about the 2024 Tire Rack Ultimate Track Car Challenge presented by Grassroots Motorsports visit ultimatetrackcarchallenge.com.

The Tire Rack Ultimate Track Car Challenge is presented by Grassroots Motorsports and Sunoco, the official fuel of the UTCC,  in association with Wilwood Engineering, CRC Industries and HMS Motorsport, with trophies from Miller Electric and XS Power.

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bobzilla MegaDork
6/7/24 12:47 p.m.

Do I? Nope. And I have numerical proof that it is not. 

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