Honda’s performance division is making major strides toward increasing the performance of the new Si, as well as offering what is essentially a blank canvas to grassroots race teams. The Body-in-White program offers a bare-bones 2012 Si coupe shell that eliminates the countless hours of removing unwanted weight and unnecessary items from a street production car, and instead, gives racers a fresh start on a brand-new chassis. Void of any accessories, glass, moldings, etc., the chassis carries a $3,500 price tag that will hopefully leave buyers with enough money to purchase some of HPD’s new performance parts lineup that includes suspension, motor mounts, air/brake ducts, and other assorted goodies to piece together a potent performer for competition!