Toyota has a long, proud history of motorsports and it has paid due respect with this set of liveries for its much-loved 86 sportscar.

Can you remember where you first saw cars looking like these?


Thre’s the the original 2000GT, a 1970s Celica 1600GT, IMSA GTU Celica from the 80s, the World Rally Championship Celica GT-Four (no, the 86 is NOT a Celica!!!) and the Esso Ultron Tiger Supra from the Japanese Grand Touring Car Championship.

The cars can be driven by the public at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and feature suspension lowered by 40mm, special wheels and a different exhaust for a sportier note.

Australia has its own racing 86 series where stock cars are converted to race cars:


and that will be kicking off in 2016 as a V8 Supercar support series. 

If you can’t wait and are keen to get onto a racetrack read our track day guide.


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