Good to see Russ Bost’s Furore Cars exhibiting at Detling last weekend and the Essex-based company impressed many showgoers with their outrageous Formula 1 two-seat, road-legal racer, which is based on Toyota MR2 Mk1.

Power can be inline four-cylinder superbike engine or the Toyota 4A-GE unit that comes ‘free’ with your donor vehicle. Russ reckons that a DIY-build can be completed from around £10,000, with a bike engine variant costing around £3000 more.

The kit package starts with the chassis kit at £4140 inc VAT, with the body pack at £2940 inc VAT.

Furore also has a nice line of parts that have universal appeal to builders of other kits being innovative, affordable and good quality, including brake lines. Acewell dash-pods, ‘E’ marked mirrors and cool Photon headlights. More from or for further information on the Furore Formula 1 visit ENDS.