It weighs just 1,230kg and costs about £335,000. Suffice to say it is an undeniable weapon on track, with countless race wins under its belt in a number of different series.
So, what better a way to get your heart racing on a Thursday morning than a thrilling onboard lap around the Italian Cathedral of Speed, the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza? With Italy in lockdown, this is the closest that anyone is going to get to a real lap of Monza, but it’s more than realistic enough to allow us to live vicariously through driver Jeroen Mul.
So kit up and climb in, and enjoy the ride of your quarantined life.
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