Acurrent contender in the Honda Cup series, Jamie bought this DC2 as a simple track-day toy back in ’08. It was already caged and tastefully modified with standard Type R B18C running gear, before the Honda Cup eventuated in ’09. Jamie’s been campaigning the series ever since, and, each year, the car has undergone mild-to-extensive changes, which ended up seeing the chase for torque lead to the K20A swap. It’s been rebuilt with Wiseco forged pistons and Molnar rods, while the head has been ported and fitted with a Supertech Performance valve train and Brian Crower cams, all of which are fed fresh oxygen courtesy of the dort-dort makers — Jenvey individual throttle bodies (ITBs). Bolted behind is an MFactory gear–kitted six-speed that uses a Mugen plate diff, while balance is taken care of via the KW Suspension custom competition coilovers. Wilwood 310mm front rotors and Superlite calipers make sure it can pull up enough through the corners. Aesthetics emulate the increasingly popular bug-eye front, with custom front-splitter and side skirts, while the windows have been ripped out in favour of Lexan examples. To help bring the weight down, a carbon-fibre bonnet, rear wing, and hatch have been fitted. All that is currently left from the car as purchased is the shell, roll cage, petrol tank, steering column, and rear quarter windows. From what we understand, Jamie’s pretty damn competitive in it, too.