Best Inexpensive Race Cars

When we were kids, most of us wanted to be race drivers. They are cool, they look good, ride expensive and fast cars, and girls love them. We collected posters of racing cars and put them up on the walls, growing up with them.

Now that we you are older and you can possibly afford one, the question is which one to choose? There are many brands and many models to choose from, some being more or less popular and more or less expensive.

Check out our list below to get some fresh ideas!

Mustang

Mustang is possibly the most popular race car manufacturer in the world. It is definitely one of the most popular race cars in the USA. Mustangs are really powerful and really expensive cars that are a dream come true for most men.

If you wish to own one, you should check out a used Mustang, for starters. You can buy a model that is 20-30 years old, invest a little bit in it you’ll end up with a good-quality car that looks good and goes really fast, for cheap.

BMW 3-Series

BMW is the most successful and the most popular car manufacturer in Germany and in the rest of the world as well. There isn’t an ordinary person who hasn’t heard about BMW, let alone a motorhead.

The BMW 3-Series is a range of legendary racing cars that you can buy very inexpensively today. The newest models are amazing and very expensive. However, you can buy a model made from the 80’s until the 2000’s, take everything that is not necessary out, and head straight for the racetrack!

Camaro/Firebird

Camaros are possibly the best race car that you can buy if you are buying your first racer. They are quite inexpensive and pack a lot of horsepower under the hood. They are great to get started because they are easy to find in good condition if you live in the USA and they are easy to maintain. If you are into the old-school American muscle cars, this is definitely a brand to consider.

Honda CRX

We admit, the Honda CRX is an old car and it might not be the prettiest one. However, it is a splendid machine and also the lightest one on this list. Make it even lighter by taking everything redundant out of it and you will get yourself a race car that eats corners for breakfast!

Moreover, it is a car that is very cheap to buy today and there are many of them around, so it is easy to make a good choice and easy to scrap for parts if you need any replacements.