Inside the cabin, practical modifications have been done to allow Jay maximum concentration on the track. A set of Recaro Pole Position seats have replaced the factory items, while a Schroth Racing 4-point racing harness keeps him strapped into said seat while on maximum attack mode.
Befitting a track-focused machine, the dashboard is devoid of any distracting ornaments, gauges, or displays, with the lone modification being a Nardi Neo Grinta steering wheel to match the racy red and black theme of the interior.
Under the bodywork is where the bulk of the modifications have been done, beginning with a set of 4-piston AP Racing Pro 5000+ brake calipers peeking out from beneath the aforementioned WedsSport TC105N wheels.
An optimised suspension setup to keep the car completely stable, and to increase grip on the track comes courtesy of a set of Moton Suspension Motorsport 3-Way dampers that allows Jay to make the most minute of adjustments to cope with changing track conditions. Multiple Cusco chassis braces also help to stiffen the chassis, keeping the car flat through all corners.