The Track days series is a subgroup of the Car Culture. The Car Culture has 21 subgroups as each group has 5 different Hot Wheels there is no largest group. As each group has 5 different Hot Wheels, the Track Days series also has 5 different Hot Wheels, which as the name suggests are all sporty.

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    There are 3 German cars represented, two times Prosche and one Vw. Porsche is represented by the Porsche 964 and the ’78 Porsche 935. The Vw is a Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. Furthermore there is a Japanese car from Datsun in the series, namely the Datsun Bluebird 510 and there is also an American car in the series from Chervolet, namely the ’70 Chevy Chevelle.

    One common feature of these cars is that all the cars from the Track Days series were released before 2000.
    The name of the Datsun Bluebird is only the original name of this car, which after the hiring of Datsun in export became the car known as Nissan Bluebird.

    The appearance of the cars

    All cars in this series have lettering on their doors. Some cars have more lettering some less. The inscriptions include numbers or characters. There is also advertising on the cars. What’s now normal for sports cars in a race. In the Porsche 964, for example, the 964 is written on the door, i.e. the number of the model. The ’78 Porsche 935 and the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia also have rear spoilers which gives the whole car an even more sporty aspect.


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