To be honest, I never knew about the existence of these cars until this LEC, and they look just like bigger, 4-wheeled motorbikes to me.
Wow that must have been awesome! I only had the honor to play this era of BTCC in TOCA for ps.This is absolutely mega! The first ever race I went to featured this car so you've sent me right down memory lane. Some absolutely corking efforts in this category!
Struggled "a little bit" with the top red line, especially on the bonnet!
Up and coming, relatively unknown tuning house, Spoon Sports, has decided that the best way to get their names in the mouths of the general public is to build a car that anyone could own. The obvious choice was to do the Honda Beat. With the availability of the vehicle, the relatively low price, the already great power to weight ratio, and the fact that the car could be driven anywhere on the island due to it's small size; made it the perfect subject for the Spoon treatment. With a new, dialed in suspension, bolt on performance parts for the engine, and an aero kit that allows for wider tires makes this tiny car back a big punch.
Yes, I love doing these 'Fantasy Brand' liveries! Wanted to try my hand at a 'moving billboard' which could work equally at home on road and race-prepped Copens. Tri-tone brown, reddish-brown and orange builds on the palette of the default decals, while the rally-style look is completed by OZ wheels and black masking around the front grille and foglights.FINAL ENTRY
Cafe Ángel Copen