Late last year, Italian sports car automaker Automobili Turismo e Sport, better known as ATS, announced that it was getting back in the car-making game after a 50-year hiatus, with a two-car lineup consisting of the 2500GT and the track-ready Sport 1000. Designed to take the world's ultra-focused trackday cars like those from Radical, Ariel and BAC, the latter model goes on sale "worldwide" – including the US – by the end of this year in Race and Street versions. Starting prices of 2
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