Formula Vee Gives F1 Thrills on a Peanut-Butter Budget
Many of us, I think it’s safe to guess, have had at least some experience in low-level racing, whether in timed Solo events, or for the more dedicated and talented (not to mention deep-pocketed) among our group, in actual production-based circuit driving. As Gearheads we all aspire to drive well, and to hone our skills on track in the heat of competition. It’s a need born of a universal, primal drive, to dedicate yourself to something and do it better than others, to best your peers on an equal field of play and prove yourself the fittest specimen. This instinctual motivation is what first compelled man to conceive of civilization and the roads that feed its churning belly, to harness animals to pull laden carts, and to eventually replace those horses with horsepower. Whether you drive a Mitsubishi or not, your car is the work of evolution, and the ultimate four-wheeled form of this universal force is undoubtedly the open-wheeled, single-seat racecar.