If it seems to you like every country in the Western Hemisphere is making its own track car these days, that's because they probably are. And now we have another on our hands in the form of the Silvermine 11SR.
There are certain defined countries from which you expect to see mainstream cars emerging: the United States, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Britain... But track cars have been coming in from all sorts of different countries. In the past few years alone, we've seen track cars coming from Portugal (LusoMotors), the Czech Republic (Praga), Canada (Magnum), even Mexico (Vuhl). And the next down the pipeline is coming from the Netherlands – the same country that gave us Spyker.
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