About a month and a half ago I started a thread looking for input on the best ways to go about streaming racing: https://www.pilotsofamerica.com/community/threads/race-fans-which-channels-do-you-watch.129103/ To which I received the following response: Well nothing gets my attention more than adopting some kind of vehicle in need of love. So we exchanged some messages, and a few thousand miles of driving later, I present the newly-adopted racecar: The picture makes it look rougher than I feel it is personally. The car is a 1st gen RX-7, which @Half Fast ran in SCCA races for a number of years before parking it some years back. The rotary engine is intact, the car has a full roll cage (a very nice one that gives good confidence). Although it will take a good amount of work to get going again, I think it'll be a great way to get started racing. My wonderful wife who is supportive of all of my hair-brained ideas thinks the whole thing is really cool and is wanting to drive it too (although she also thinks we should paint it, which I think we should too as it will be good practice for the Cobra). Our initial thought is something along the lines of the Mazda 767B colors: But not that complex of a paint scheme. Really the biggest purpose of painting it would be to get practice for the Cobra. More than anything, the exterior does need a good cleaning but the interior is really in quite good shape (in my opinion). Right now we're in the process of trying to get the new shop built, which I had hoped to have done by now. Of course it's not, and with winter upon us I doubt there will be much work done on this over the winter to get it running and driving. But my hope is to get at least some racing done in the 2021 race season. The question, of course, is what sort of racing. Not knowing a ton about what is 1) locally available 2) the different types and classes this car would fit into well, I need to figure that out before doing much beyond getting the car running so that any modifications I do can be targeted towards those appropriate rules. More than anything, my goal is to get time on a track with the car, having fun doing some real performance driving. Realistically, I won't be racing super frequently with everything else I have going on in life. So I also would like to have race days be longer time periods so that I get the most "bang for the buck" so to speak when I put aside a day for racing. Lemons/Chump Car sound very appealing to me on the surface, but I haven't looked into the reality of doing those yet. Let the games begin. Because Racecar.