In terms of extreme driving experiences, we imagine a single-seat racecar is the epitome. Seeing as how most of us lack the talent or the ridiculous financial backing and sponsorships to secure a race seat, though, it seems unlikely we'll ever fully realize what the single-seat experience is like.

Enter the BAC Mono. Now, there is still a prohibitive price barrier here – it costs darn near 80,000 pounds ($134,000 at today's rates) in its home market – and it's a pretty single-minded beast. But for those that have the disposable income, the Mono remains a vehicle unlike pretty any thing else that passes for road-legal.

Xcar's latest video revisits the single-seat sports car, and shows just what it's like to tool around in. Scroll down and have a look.

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