It’s pretty crazy how the horsepower game has changed in the past 5-10 years. Driving 1500hp cars used to be meant for the track only. Not because people only raced professionally, but because having 1500hp in a car 10 years ago meant it wasn’t anywhere NEAR streetable. I believe NRE started the whole idea and movement of packing 1000+ into a car you can drive everyday, whether it’s to the grocery store or a cross country trip. It’s so amazing how they can program and tune a car to have 700hp for day to day driving, and just by turning up the boost, can change the same car to 1600hp beast. As if 700hp isn’t enough. Now apply that same logic to a lightweight Gen. 1 Mazda RX7. Insanity is the first thing that came to my mind. I love that it’s a older gentleman that owns the car. I want to be 80-something years old and still wanting to drive a super crazy uncontrollable, staple you to the back of the seat, kind of car.