Some pretty pictures to enjoy while we're on vacation:
Still the ultimate tracktard's car (with a Pink Floyd bank account). I notice the the GT-R does not have the tall 16" tires of the read car, bigger brakes?
This one from Porsche reminds me of those special edition Leica M cameras covered in lizard skin and favoured by dentists who never take them out of the box, lovely scenery though...
Finally, from the late 1960's, a car that was the reverse of the McLaren F1, a race car adapted for the road. The Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale was an ergonomic disaster but one of the most amazing vehicles of the era. No hydraulic struts to hold the dihedral doors (later used on the McF1) open, 39 inches tall and pedals offsest way to the inside yet, 700kg with an all aluminum alloy body , 2.0 liter v8, 10000 rpm and 230 hp in road trim. Only 18 were made.