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MG ZS 180 track day toy

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ChilliWhizz

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7,951 posts

86 months

Thursday 11th January
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Anyone in the EA region running a 180 as a track day tool?

Be interested to chat....

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fast eddys

1,075 posts

126 months

Wednesday
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I had one a few years ago and was featured on PH. I never tracked it, but they are very capable.
Happy to chat as the resident PHEA track oracle
Eddy

TVR_Steve

2,472 posts

90 months

Wednesday
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fast eddys said:
I had one a few years ago and was featured on PH. I never tracked it, but they are very capable.
Happy to chat as the resident PHEA track oracle
Eddy
Funnily enough, I also had one and had a feature on it smile

Great cars. Although not as cheap as they have been around a year ago, but still good value for money.

ChilliWhizz

Original Poster:

7,951 posts

86 months

Wednesday
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Thanks for the replies fellas thumbup

I bought the car in question from Binks of Beccles in early 2008, it was a two owner car with around 27k on the clock. In November 2010 I passed it on to my daughter who used it as a daily up until the end of November last year when she gave it back to me, needing some work to get it through the MOT and then sell (she had bought a newer car). So car has been in the family for ten years, I've just got shot of my Golf so thinking of taxing and insuring the ZS to use as my 'new' daily, plus track toy. I track my TVR (Eddy may remember it... inlet manifold smile ) so familiar with track toys and mods in general and Chimaera's in particular. I know the ZS will make a good track toy, although a bit long in the tooth it has/had outstanding grip and handling. So i was looking to see if anyone here had a ZS track day toy and if there might be anything specific to the ZS180 that they had experienced..... If i do keep it for this purpose I'll do the usual mods......

Cheers,
Chilli

Norfolkandchance

1,235 posts

124 months

Thursday
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I can't help directly but when I used to spring and hill climb with the MGCC Speed championship there were a few there. Might be worth seeing if you can track one of them down?
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ChilliWhizz

Original Poster:

7,951 posts

86 months

Yesterday (12:42)
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Norfolkandchance said:
I can't help directly but when I used to spring and hill climb with the MGCC Speed championship there were a few there. Might be worth seeing if you can track one of them down?
Thanks for that smile
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