The first NASA Utah event saw a hot shoe pro driver show up. The driver was Robert Thorne, who was last seen driving for K-Pax Racing in Pirelli World Challenge. Unfortunately we missed the K-Pax team last year when the series stopped in Utah, and hopefully they’ll be back this year with their McLarens. Since we missed him last year, we got some photos of him and his machine this year. Well, not so much of him, but of his machine at least: his boosted Honda S2000. How do we know that it’s boosted?
He’s either all about on track air conditioning, or that’s an intercooler designed to handle some serious boost.
The car has massive tires on all four corners. 315’s tend to poke out *just* a hair.
Big, sticky tires and copious amounts of boost require a bit of assistance to be useful, so there’s a massive rear wing and splitter. And the headlights are pretty sweet too.
The interior received some minor upgrades. Nothing crazy, just some Racetech Seats, a set of harnesses, a new shift knob (heh), and a MOMO steering wheel. Marvel at it’s awesomeness! And marvel at this!
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