Many people have a great fascination for sports cars. These machines have a lot of power and torque, and most importantly are lower to the ground, contributing to proper aerodynamics against the wind. Moreover, they are generally available in either two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Two-wheel drive ones are usually used for road racing or drifting, whereas AWD sports cars are used for rally racing. Just like any other cars, they are also divided into certain groups.
Types of Sports Cars
Ford FiestaAudi A3Subaru Impreza
A hatchback can be a small or a mid-sized car which has two or four passenger doors and a raise-open door at the back. Hatchbacks are also known as three-door or five-door cars, keeping the back raise-open door in mind. These cars generally come at a low price and are known for better gas mileage and usability for a small family. Sport hatches are faster than big sports cars on roads with sharp turns, which is why they are more agile. Hatchbacks can be seen in any type of car racing, but are primarily found in road rally championships. For example, one of the best hatchbacks is the Ford Fiesta. Its 1.6-liter 16-valve Duratec I4 engine produces 120-hp with a mileage of 29/40 MPG in city/highway. Along with an acceptable mileage, the price of this hatch starts from a $15,500, which is pretty affordable. A good feature in the Fiesta is the AdvanceTrac electronic stability control which helps in proper control when a wheel slippage occurs. A few more good hatchbacks are the Subaru Impreza WRX, Volkswagen GTI, Audi A3, MAZDASPEED3, and the Volvo C30 T5.
Aston Martin Rapide Infiniti G37 BMW G37
Car enthusiasts believe that sedans are a fuller type of race cars than hatchbacks. Sedans generally have four doors, and a trunk at the back for luggage. This makes them suitable to be used as passenger cars as well as sports cars when needed. Most race...