14 February 2013
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The Mini John Cooper Works GP is the fastest production Mini ever built, according to BMW. They may well be right, but we've found what could be the fastest Mini ever, the Suzuki Hayabusa-engined ZCars Mini Busa.

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14 February 2013

Fun,fun,fun, on the track,track, track!!!!

Peter Cavellini.

14 February 2013

Peter Cavellini: "Fun,fun,fun, on the track,track, track!!!!"

Are you alright?

 

15 February 2013

Ray60@

Just a fun,fun,way to describe the ZCar Mini,as the song says... be happy!

Peter Cavellini.

Ant

14 February 2013

There have always been mad kit cars with rediculous bike engines. Build yourself for £8-10k and I can see the appeal, buy build for £40k and you need commiting to an asylum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ant

14 February 2013

Oh the GP by the way is sublime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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14 February 2013

Only 1 second a lap quicker? I think there's been some figure fiddling here. That Z-Car mini is an animal on track and there's no way that JCW GP is only a second behind. 

I was at brands hatch in October last year, a z-car mini was there along with a Ferrari F430 . Needless to say the z-car ran rings around the 430. 

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