Well, after getting just 3 challengers, and one of them not adhering to the requirements, the challenge has become a shootout between @FrankNSteins FSR Glyde 850 R and @Strop and @Rk38 s GBF Procurro GG-Tune.
As Tom eyed the ads, he was baffled by the sheer amount of power of the GG-Tuned Procurro and also the way it was specced as it actually seemed to be pretty well thought out, no overly expensive materials and all and all a good enough package for him to try.
The FSR Glyde on the other hand, made use of titanium rods in the engine, a pretty extensive boost on the turbo (pushing the 3.3l V6 into supercar spec probably needed it) and no catalytic converter nor any mufflers promised a pretty noicy environment.
Both of the cars looked the deal, even if the designers of the Procurro had made a better job of it, and the bumblebee yellow promised a stinger
Getting a trackday at the Green Hell were, how shall i put it, not easy. Forms to fill, promises to make and and paying a standing crew to be ready if something out of place should occur, but with all that out of the way....
First out i had to take the FSR, as the Green Hell needed a green car and i was intrigued and actually wanted to see how the V6 powered car would do and handle on such a craving track.
the first couple of corners were not amazing and the low end of the engine didn't really feel supercarish, but when the boost came around, it shot away like a bullet. The handling at low speed were decent tho, and the only thing bugging me was the tendency to let the rear wander at higher speeds. It was still inside what i could manage, but still a tad offputting.
But 7:08.88 still was a really good time, altho my ears rang for sometime afterwards and i had to get my adrenaline-levels down to normal again.
The GBF Procurro GG-tune, the yellow arrow, were the next car out. And to be honest, i was a bit weary about the power of the car, as almost 1500 hp is not something easily tamed in any car. But I had to test it.
And my fear was misplaced to say the least... the Procurro, while being a lot more powerful, still handled better than the FSR, and had no tendency whatsoever at wander or wanting to kill me, and actually made me feel safer, even at higher speed. It could have to do with the boost being lower, and the car being heavier (having a 8.9 l V8). And i didn't get deaf . The laptime of 6:59.88 speaks for itself.
So in closing, both cars were awesome from an engineering perspective, and props to both of you, but the car I'm going to choose to buy is the GBF Procurro GG-Tune.
Gratz to @Strop