Speed Demons Only! 9 Supercars You Can Drive on a Real Racetrack

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Speed Demons Only! 9 Supercars You Can Drive on a Real Racetrack

Exotic car enthusiasts gather around! Whether you own an exotic car of your own or dream of stepping into a 2020 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, prepare to buckle-up and enjoy an adrenaline-pumping, once-in-a-lifetime experience racing exotic supercars on a real racetrack. No longer are the days of flashing red and blue police lights trailing behind your exotic car. When racing exotic supercars on a racetrack, you can toss your inhibitions out the window and watch the speedometer needle approach 200 mph. Here are a few supercars to consider racing before you permanently scratch the exotic car itch with a purchase of your own.

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AUDI R8 V10 PLUS
The first exotic supercar to grace the track is the Audi R8 V10 Plus, a polished, powerful car with an engine that speaks for itself. The 5.2-liter V10 engine packs a punch, teleporting this supercar from 0 to 60 mph in a record-setting 3.2 seconds, maxing out at 205 mph. The Audi R8 V10 is a unique model that covers all its bases. With a comfortable, natural feel for more leisure outings and precision steering and control for racing, this supercar is sure to leave you with an adrenaline rush lasting for days.

PORSCHE 991 GT3 RS GEN2
Second on this list of supercars is the second generation Porsche 991 GT3. Known for its lightning-fast acceleration, this 520 horsepower vehicle will send you flying 200 mph down the racetrack. The first-generation Porsche 991 GT3 is one of the most esteemed racing cars on the market.

Porsche 991 GT3 superfans should pay attention to the second generation model, which amplifies the antics with smoother controls and faster lap times, knocking a whopping 10 seconds off the first generation’s lap time. Expect tight grips and ultra-sharp handling when taking a spin in this state-of-the-art speed racer.

McLaren 570S
Are you looking for top-of-the-line engineering when taking laps around a NASCAR-worthy racetrack? The McLaren 570S may be the exotic supercar you’ve been waiting for. This luxurious speed-demon steals the show with its ultra-sleek design, vertical doors as a bonus, and 562 horsepower engine.

The McLaren 570S is sure to give you a run for your money with its lightning-fast shift speeds and dual-clutch, making for an insanely speedy and incredibly smooth ride down the speedway.

LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO LP550-2
The last supercar on this list is the Lamborghini Gallardo, the top-performing Lamborghini to date. With a limit of 200mph and a 550 HP engine, this car promises to satiate your need for speed. This aggressively fast exotic car pushes the boundaries of speed racing. With its lighter weight and simpler mechanics, the LP550 offers a smooth ride—while you blaze through the track at 200mph.

Wrap up
There are plenty of racetracks that offer adrenaline-pumping expeditions into the racing world. However, if you are in it for the long haul, you may want to consider purchasing a supercar, making the world your speedway.

When looking to purchase an exotic car, make sure you familiarize yourself with local dealers and web-surf for models that may be the best fit for you. Be specific about the make and model you prefer while staying cautious of dealers who will try to hustle you out of a few thousand dollars.

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