11 December 2013

Built by Lola, raced in the Can-Am championship by John Surtees, the Lola T70 is one of the most beautiful race cars ever made. So it was a good point to start when Gardner Douglas began development of its T70 Spyder.

It weighs just 900kg, but develops up to 700bhp from a range of GM V8 engines. But can it outhandle one of the world’s most able series production supercars, the McLaren MP4-12C? Steve Sutcliffe takes to the track to find out.

Thanks to Steve Hole of totalkitcar.com

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Sporky McGuffin 19 December 2013

I think it's entirely

I think it's entirely legitimate to like the 12C and the A45 and still to like the replica here - even to prefer it.

It's a bit like how I like cheese on toast with a glass of Pepsi Max, and I like beans on toast with a glass of Fanta, but I prefer a nice seared tuna steak with some steamed broccoli, new potatoes and a decent glass of wine.

I fear that quite often we find ourselves unnaturally polarised when discussing things on the inferweb, whenin real life we're probably quite diverse in our tastes.

toptidy 18 December 2013

Lola for me everytime

I'll ignore the majority of the posts on this thread to refer to what Steve says in his commentary.

Just a bit surprised that he seems to prefer the Lola with no power steering or flappy paddles to the McLaren "mobile computer" and yet he raved about the AMG A45 which is surely just another "mobile computer".

Or am I missing something?