A whole lot of money.
Supercars may be good at getting around a track, but for wealthy enthusiast looking for the fastest and craziest way to get around a track, there are some automakers out there that build track-only vehicles. The BAC Mono may be street legal, but we don't know anyone that would want to use the open top on a daily basis. The British automaker planned on bringing only 12 vehicles to the US and all of those had a price tag of roughly $125,138. Not bad for an extremely wealthy enthusiast.
Enthusiasts that missed out on the opportunity to get into a BAC Mono will be pinching themselves after seeing how much this example is going for. Motorcars of Georgia currently has a blue BAC Mono for sale for $259,800. That's more than double the starting price of a new model in 2012. Before asking yourself if that's too much money, here's why we think this thing is well worth it. The BAC Mono has a 2.3-liter Cosworth tuned engine that makes 280 hp. For a terrifying experience, the track car has a six-speed sequential Hewland transmission and can get to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds. It's superbike quick and can get to a top speed of 170 mph. It's an impressive vehicle, but $259K is a lot of money for something that's at home on the track.