Must be age, or (lack of) wisdom, or whatever it is they've put in the water (why else would the USA vote the way they did?)... but the Vee has slowly and surely become my favorite car in Automobilista. I didn't care much for it in GSCE, I didn't really give it a chance, but I've grown to love its handling more than any other car. So much so that I've started looking into the race calendar for next year in Canada so I can spectate a few races and who knows, maybe one day I'll get to test drive one for fun if a school offers it (I don't see myself racing in real life, for the simple reason I'd kill myself for lack of skill and smarts)... The reason I'm writing this is that I've come across this YouTube channel today that not only left me amazed, it made me realize why the Vee is so special despite its age and quirks. How to build a racing car, in your garage: ThomsenMotorsport There is something to be said about being able to (still) build a racing car in your garage. Doing it right. Pouring hours of work and sweat into it... and one day racing it. No complex electronic systems, traction control, carbon fiber and wind tunnels. Just sweat and steel (ok and SolidWorks). I tip my hat to the young man doing these videos, and I tip my hat to Reiza for their rendition of the car in their games (don't ever leave it behind!)... and I tip my hat to the Vee, for its staying power and charm. That's all, I just wanted to declare my love for the Vee and give this guy some more exposure, however small.