The Brzinski loves its high rpm's, developing it's full power at around 10500. Acceleration is very good across the entire speed curve, don't be deceived by its seemingly small engine. It is very highly tuned and turbocharged, puts out 232 horsepower, alongside 200nm of torque, in a lightish car that weighs just over a ton. The top speed caps out at 236 kph. This 0.8 liter engine is not lacking in power.
The car itself corners like a dream, is easy to drive, has a very usable handbrake to help it in tight cornering, thanks to a lot of electronic assistance. It is a very nice track car. without much oversteer or understeer, having a lot of downforce. RWD.
Pretty sturdy chassis, it can go off road in a pinch, the small engine is light, pretty far back in the front, and almost impossible to knock out (I've had frontal full on collisions at 100+ kph, and it kept going), and the radiator can take a beating as well, but the stiff suspension and VERY weak front axles (McPherson struts), makes it risky. If you watch your front wheels and take care not to clip them on things, you can last a while. But if clipped, they go quickly. The good news is, the stiff suspension will let you steer on 1 front wheel, nearly as well as on both, as long as it isn't deformed.