It appears to be out there all alone under the perfect lighting.....much like a photo shoot using a track as a backdrop. Very pretty pictures, but I'll bite, what class was it running that day and what event was this so I can look up the results to see how it finished that day? I'm not is any way questioning your work, I like the cars you've done...but they are race inspired not actual race cars. The 308 you're building seems the same as you're engine swap is not legal in the class you say you're building the car for. I haven't watched the videos but a quote above talks about the axle running though a frame vertical, the only way that can happen is if you changed the wheelbase, which is also illegal in the your chosen class or have the axles misaligned which will screwup handling and kill the axles in short order, either way tis bad. If you want to go racing you need a class legal car, the car you're building will won't be able to clear tech and will never get an official lap time. Racing is about rules, but more importantly its about using the rules to your advantage, which usually means building what you need not what you want. It sounds like you know a couple NSX guys so go get yourself an NSX that your buddies can help you setup, swap in a turbo k24 to save a little weight and have at it. If an NSX curranty has the class record, you know that is a solid place to start and come out competitive. Or put the F106 back in the 308 and go race knowing its an uphill fight, but who doesn't love a challenge? ..... or countless other options...but whatever you decide you need a class legal car to race. This is a big part of why I don't race anymore, the stuff I like to build either isn't allowed or maintaining it would be way to much effort that I'd rather put into building something else. Which brings us back to just be honest....there's nothing wrong with building what you want. I'm sure it will look great just like your other projects.