The GT class of cars are great for driving on the street and on the track! They're tollerant of dusty unprepared driving srufaces. There are a range of tires available for different track/parking lot conditions.
Like Gerald said in the previous post the Inferno GT series of cars have a reliability problem with the transmission and clutch. His newer IGT1 car has not exhibited the engine problems. In my older Inferno GT 1 the engine also developed carburetor needle oring problems, and front engine bearing wear. The newer IGT 2 users have not had the engine problems.
The Ofna DM1 Spec (short version, same dimensions as the IGT 1) and the Ofna DM1 (1/7 scale version, same size as the IGT 2) do not have engine, clutch or transmission reliability problems. They are a strong cars.
"Yellow Jacket" Mugen MTX-6, Picco Torque
TeamNITRO RC Club, Lynwood, Illinois