Yesterday we gave you our list of ten fantastic track day cars that ranged from road cars to take on the circuit to ones you'd need to get there on a trailer.
And, of course, there are some that we left off. In fact, you made it very clear in the comments and on Facebook when one of your favorites was left off. The good thing is that we can read and are great listeners. Here are your suggestions ( a few more affordable ones and a very expensive one from us) for ten more fantastic track cars that you need to try.
Porsche 911 GT3/GT3 RS
The GT3/GT3 RS was left off our list on purpose, as we had the Cayman GT4 on there, but we really shouldn't have ignored the most dedicated track Porsches that exist. And considering just how much Chris Harris enjoyed the GT3 RS, we have to say it's totally worth considering.
Suggested by Peter Shirley
The M3/M4 twins have always been at home on the track, and these new, turbocharged examples are no exception. Huge power, great brakes, and a slick dual clutch gearbox make it faster than ever.
Suggested by Brian Maher
Nissan GT-R Nismo
The fastest GT-R will surprise you on a track. For a car that has gotten so much flack for seeming disconnected and video game-ish, the GT-R actually has fantastic steering and is delightfully mechanical. And so damn fast.
Suggested by Anshuman Panigrahi
Chevrolet Corvette Z06
The Z06 might not be as much of a dedicated track machine as it once was, but the new 650 horsepower version cannot be ignored. It grips like mad and has more power that you could ever rightfully need. It's insanity in car form.
Suggested by Travis Cody
Basically any car from Lotus
In the states, you can only get a car from Lotus that will work on the track. The Exige, which you can get on the streets in Europe, will have to be trailered to the track, but once it's there it'll beat anything and everything.
Suggested by Mick Opalak and Elloy Ledesma
Dodge Viper ACR
The Viper ACR is essentially everything that Dodge learned from the short lived Viper GTS program in a 'street' car. I put street in quotes because it's basically slick tires away from being a race car.
Suggested by Jason Schieck
McLaren P1 GTR
There are only three of these 986 horsepower monsters left, so get out your $3 million check and give Ron Dennis a call. I'm sure he'll be happy to hear from you.
On the more affordable end of the scale, the 2016 Miata is nearly perfect. You can comfortably drive it to the track, get there and have a ton of fun (though you might not go all that fast), and then drive home with no issues whatsoever. It can do it all.
Scion FR-S/Subaru BRZ
If you also want to be involved in a little amateur drifting fun, the Toyobaru twins are solid choices. Stock, they have the tires from a Prius, which means low grip but predictable drift excellence. They're not quite Miata-level of great, but either car is a solid choice.
Ford Fiesta ST
If you're a track rat with a family, there's no reason not to buy a Fiesta ST. It's quick, handles great, and has room for the little ones and other family members when you have to go somewhere. If you can only afford one car, it's pretty much perfect.