Challenger SRT Redeye
Good luck with it, have fun. Actually the engine etc really likes the track use, they are basically built to take it and like it. With the chiller circuit and the post race cooler the Redeye's engine is a very happy track camper. Thanks for the heads up for HDPE, I am also certified SCCA driver and I know what you mean by the costs!Hi DGatzby. I was very pleased with the cornering, steering, and braking of my new Hellcat Redeye from the first minute driving it. But I doubt that I'll ever take my car onto the track. As you know, track driving and racing are so hard on a vehicle that I don't want to put my new baby through that hardship. Plus, with all that weight up front, the Redeye would have to understeer. And that big, awesome supercharger would get pretty hot after a few laps.
My car will see street use only. My SCCA days are over, unless I win the Lottery. And I doubt I'll win the Lottery because I don't play it. My last year in SCCA (2013) was in STO class where the cars are very fast and very expensive. It became un-fun when you're always worrying about something breaking or cracking the car up. I was a PCA-MSR instructor also and I've seen plenty of wreaks in HPDEs too, so be careful. Thanks for the response.