It’s a question we get all the time. What’s a good, entry-level, enthusiast car? To find an answer, I find it instructive to look at how the all-time greats kicked off their high-performance car careers. Like, say, this 1991 Jordan 191.
Sure, you might see that it has 650 hp, zero driver assists, rear-wheel-drive, and an open-wheel design and conclude that it’s too intimidating to be a first car. But this was the very first car Michael Schumacher drove in F1. Look how he turned out! Master this and you yourself could find yourself winning seven F1 drivers’ championships and 92 races. For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.