Please take a look at the MR2 page/results page for a thanks to Bill! I have to add Jeff as
This site is to share my love of racing and midengine cars. I will share tips and tricks as well as evaluate the
races that I go to.
My Fiero was totalled in early 2004. My wife is OK but she was T-boned by a lady that said she stopped for the
stop sign. I have never been in a Neon that could build up that kind of speed in the space of one lane though.
The police gave her a failure to yield ticket and the insurance company gave me $5286 for my car (I had them do a market survey
to get an accurate accounting of the value of low mileage).
I have agreed not to buy a replacement car since I am out of country now.
I have also sold my 86 325es before leaving. I am missing driving let alone racing!!
I intend to try and keep the site updated for events and it will remain dedicated to MR cars.
Well, I have begun the long process to return to racing. Step one was to buy another mid-engined car. I looked
for a couple of months for a fastback Fiero GT with a Getrag 5-speed. After a couple of missed opportunities, I
gave up and bought a RHD MR2 from the UK. I had several problems with the car during the trip home and immediately after.
As my luck tends to run, the day after I got the car home and registered to me, I found the Fiero... So, now I
have sold the MR2 and returned to the Fiero. I have some important safety items to fix on it (easier than the MR2 fortunately)
and then I can begin the sport mods for the car. Again, as luck would have it, Uncle Sam is sending me to the desert
during the short racing season here so I will be able to save money for modifications.
I hope to do an engine swap later this year with the driveline from the Pontiac G6 (or other GM equivalents). As
this site is dedicated to autocross, I probably won't document the swap here but I may add a page or a second site.