After our global time attack article, we gave the drivers a chance to talk about their cars, the weekend and themselves.  We ended up with a good range of drivers from dedicated track cars, to street cars getting the first real taste.  The stories involve overcoming difficulties at the track, long travel and putting it all together for that one perfect lap.

| 01:45.773 | Doug Wind

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Car:

Dodge Neon SRT-4

Racing Experience:

Prior to coming to Time Attack in 2008, Doug ran more of an unlimited style time trail events.  The car was converted to a street class car, where it’s had great success.  Winning championships with RTA (2009/10), NARRA (11), and GTA(12/13).

Road Atlanta Weekend:

After a strong showing and making repairs from Super Lap Battle, Doug was the 4th fastest in practice and eyeing a top 5 overall finish.  However, before putting in an official lap time the car had a catastrophic failure, with all signs pointing to a spun rod bearing.  The team was able to go to a back-up car a 2005 Neon SRT-4 daily driver that could be classified as a street or possibly even an enthusiast car.  After a 100 mile drive to the track, taking out the spare tire and making sure everything was tight the team raced the car.  Putting down a 1:45.773, with the only track mod being a Wilwood BBK rocking some street pads.

Sponsors:

Modern Performance, Continental Tires, Turbo by Garrett, SPEC Clutch, DeatschWerks, BC, Brutal Speed and Tuning, Enkei, JE Pistons

| 01:26.652 | Kyle Schick / Cole Powelson

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Car:

Nissan GT-R

Road Atlanta Weekend:

Thursday morning test: We hit the track with high hopes only to have a turbo charger come apart and melt a wiring harness causing the car to limp into the pits and not restart.   We were able to diagnose the issue and repair the wiring harness but we still had to find and install a replacement turbo.  We immediately reached out to AMS/Alpha performance (our title sponsor) and they were able to round up a new Alpha 9 turbo system and send it out to us on same day delivery!  So it is 10:30 am and we have a disabled car, only a few laps under our belt on a new track and a lot of challenges ahead of us.

We get right to work searching for a shop with a lift in the surrounding area.   The people at Road Atlanta were extremely helpful and were able to put us in touch with Graham Everett motorsport who have a shop just outside of the track.   Graham was nice enough to lend us some shop space and a lift just up the street.  We start gathering up all of our tools and drive the GT-R down Winder highway to his shop and start pulling the engine and turbo system in preparation for the new turbos to arrive.

Thursday evening at 10:30pm our package arrives from AMS/Alpha performance.  The RaceCo team jumps into action working through the entire night.  Fighting against the clock and sleep deprivation this was an entirely different form of time attack then we see on track. As the sun starts to light up the Georgia sky we know we are getting close to finishing up the install and it really looks like we will make it to grid in time for the first session.

Friday morning 6:30am we are warming up the car and giving it the final once over before test driving it on the streets in front of the race track to ensure the installation went smooth and taking engine logs to ensure the tune is going to work well with the more modern Alpha 9 system.   I will never forget test driving the GT-R on the streets and making full boost pulls on cold slicks and then driving through the line of people waiting to get in the gates for Formula Drift… The looks on their faces were priceless.  After making it back to our pit space we gave the car another look over and got ready to hit the track.

Friday first session: We were exhausted, delirious, hopeful, and the slightest bit worried about what the day could bring.  At this point we just wanted the car to finish the event.  Kyle Schick got into the car to go out in the first session and I told him to just take in nice and easy and complete some installation laps and bring it back in for inspection.  By the end of the first session we were right back up to speed and the car was running flawless!   I have to be honest right here… I think it was because of lack of sleep but as the car came back into the pits after that first session and after working through the night I got a little choked up.   To overcome as many obstacles as we had to at that point completing that session was a big win all in its own.   There were so many people involved in pulling this off that if one person didn’t come through or if we didn’t have the talented individuals that we do here at RaceCo we would have had to right off the entire weekend.  But with a little bit of luck and a lot of hard work we were able to go home that day with the fastest lap by .1 of a second over the UMS tuning Evo.

Saturday: With only 3 sessions on the schedule and some questionable weather in the forecast we knew we had to be ready to put in a fast lap when we could. It started sprinkling in the morning and we were anxiously awaiting our next clear session.   We saw an opportunity in the second session for me (Cole Powelson) to get into the car put in a flying lap.  With only 5 laps under my belt at Road Atlanta I still had a lot to learn.  We hustled to grid and I was the first car out of the pits which in normally ideal except for I caught the end of the grid on my first flying lap and lost that lap.  I brought it back into the pits to wait for the track to clear up a bit.  Once I got back on track I was starting to push the limits and start finding some time.   I put 5 flying laps in going quicker and quicker ending up at a 1:26.652   Which ended up being enough for P1 in class and 2nd overall.

We were happy with the lap time in the second session and were patiently waiting to see if we would get knocked out of the top spot on the final session. Phil Grabow in the Element tuning STi put in his fastest lap of the weekend and got me a little nervous but our time was able to stand.  Kyle drove the entire final session and set his own personal best lap and we took the car back to our pits and the celebration began!

Special Thanks to Kyle Schick Owner/Driver for never giving up faith and to the RaceCo team for working through the night.  Trent Smith- Lead Technician, Justin Lopez-Technician, Doug Nephew- Fabricator and the guys back at the shop for all of the pre-event work  Pete Mercier and Chris Stone.

Sponsors:

A huge shout out to our friends and sponsors Alpha performance, OS Giken, Cobb Tuning, Shep Trans, VP Racing fuels, Motec, Ohlins, Graham Everett motorsport, Road Atlanta and everybody at Global Time Attack.

 |01:49.783 | Roy Narvaez

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Car:

Highly modified 2009 Nissan GT-R

Racing Experience:

Import Drag racing experience from 2000 – 2004 Mitsubishi GSX Time Attack Experience 2011- present in Nissan GT-R and Ariel Atom 3 Podium every time attack event I have attended expect for 1.

Road Atlanta Weekend:

On my 4th test lap on Thursday car made a noise. Pulled oil filter off and saw small pieces of bearing. We called it quits. Rented a 2014 Dodge Challanger R/T and competed in Enthusiast RWD class. I did manage to get the fastest time in the Enthusiast RWD class in the heavy ass car. We originally thought it was a spun bearing. It turned out it was a slightly bent crank that caused it to rub against the main bearings. No major damage occurred. I pulled off the track just in time.

Sponsors:

RD Engineering, Road Race Engineering, APR Performance, AAM Competition, ECUTek, Turbo by Garrett, Us vs Them, and Whiteline

| 01:34.113 | Will Au-Yeung

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Car:

2003 Acura RSX type S. Turbo’d

Racing Experience:

Ontario Touring Car 2003-2004 – best finish 4th CSCS Time Attack 2013 – 2nd Overall UFWD

Road Atlanta Weekend:

Our Weekend went incredible! Although the drive there took us almost 20 hours, everything went as smoothly as it gets. We prepared the car almost perfectly at the PZtuning.ca shop, in fact the only changes we did at the track was tire pressures! Being new to Road Atlanta, meeting locals Dan from Zen Motors and Matt from ITrack Motorsports was invaluable as they gave us great insight into the track and the local shops! We got out for Thursday morning practice just to get accustomed to the speeds and elevation of the track! This was the fastest we’d ever driven the car so finding out how it responded was paramount. 8 laps total and we had gotten down to a 1:41.

During the First timed session we got a good third lap in, a 1:35.1, less than 2 tenths off the Limited FWD lap record of 1:34.9! We knew we had more pace left so we went at it during the second session. A great second lap and we knew we had it, however as we were coming down the back straight heading into turn 10. Unfortunately the car was getting heat soaked, so we weren’t able to put together another good lap

Saturday Morning, we had prepped the car the night before so we could go out first thing and get this thing done! Pregrid at 8:10am, and we were sent out on track. Got some heat into the tires, and our first hot lap we clocked in a 1:36. Knowing I had to push hard, I started attacking the corners, barrelling down the backstraight, I decided to late brake it as far as I could – too far in fact, I was lucky the ABS kicked in and allowed me to just tuck into 10a, scrubbed some speed, but kept at it and finished off the lap as hard as I could…. 1:34.113! wow , that was IT! Best cool down lap of my life.

Sponsors:

PZtuning.ca Crew, Borg Warner EFR Turbos, Shellbourne Fuels, Mackin/ProjectU, OnPoint Dyno, Motul, Hankook USA, EagleOne, K-Tuned, RooDucts, Donkey Power Injection

01:43.979 | Cooper Pierce

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Car:

B18c1 Civic CX Hatchback

Racing Experience:

For starters road racing is not popular at all where I come from. The only close road courses I live near require a 2 hour drive south to Hallett, Oklahoma or a 2 hour drive north to Topeka, KS. There are no local road course tracks where I live. Most people in my area build their race cars into drag cars for convenience (I live very close to a drag strip). I’ve been racing for about 2 years. I started running track events for fun, but just recently last year started competing in the NASA Central Region time trials to get more competition experience and got a taste of Global Time Attack in 2013 Road Atlanta.

Road Atlanta Weekend:

This last time attack event is actually my 12th road course event ever and my 2nd time at Road Atlanta. I drove the car from Kansas to Georgia, raced it, then drove back for the 2nd time. I was actually kind of nervous the whole weekend because the car I was racing was still my ride home, plus this track isn’t exactly that friendly if you make a mistake. I carried 4 tires, a tent, all my tools, jack, extra axles, luggage, 2 helmets, 2 chairs, and still had enough room for a passenger up front for the trip to the track(which I brought a friend with me from Columbia SC). The total round trip was well over 2000 miles. The car ran just fine with no issues at all, and it is still being daily driven to this day with a little over 145k miles on the original motor.

Sponsors:

Auto-cal.com

01:37.175 | Kevin Parlett

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Car:

#44 Turbo by Garrett / Ignite Racing Fuel / Hankook Tire Infiniti G35

Racing Experience:

5+ Years

Road Atlanta Weekend:

There is one race on my schedule that I look forward to every single year; Global Time Attack Pro Series at Road Atlanta. Not only is Road Atlanta one of my favorite tracks but when GTA comes out to the East coast and shares the stage with Formula D it usually means a bunch of fast cars and a ton of rowdy fans.

This year I was even more excited to race because for the first time I can remember there were only a few changes to the car between seasons. In the past we made many large adjustments during the offseason trying to make the car faster but this season my focus was on dialing in the current setup and working to improve myself as a driver. Having said that there were certainly a few additions to the car and team this year that are still worth noting. Including a new spoiler from APR Performance, new 108 race fuel from my newest sponsor Ignite Racing Fuel, newly re-built CD009 transmission, new (back to black) vinyl livery, new Haltech tune, new race alignment and suspension setup from Z1 Motorsports and a few other odds and ends to get the car dialed in. The week leading up to the race Z1 did all of the pre-race essentials and then some to get the #44 G35 ready to rock. When Friday morning rolled around we were more than ready to go, and with the first session being bright early it was a good thing Z1 had it prepped right off the trailer.

The car was way more predictable and seemingly easier to drive immediately. Also the added hp and tq from the Z1 tune was very noticeable and made the car a blast to drive. But the closer we got to the proper compression and rebound settings it became apparent the spring rate was no where near what it needs to be but we will correct that before the next race. After breaking in the tires a bit and getting some confidence in the car we ended up qualifying in Group A and began preparing for the first timed sessions. We unfortunately chased the tire issue all weekend but ended up finding a somewhat tolerable middle ground with them allowing us to get a good lap or so out of them at a time. With the threat of rain on Saturday we tried to use the last session of the day to push as hard as possible but at this point the track and car (slight overheating of engine, brakes and tires) didn’t want to cooperate and left us with a pretty slow 1:39.xx to finish out the day.

Going into the second session on Saturday,  I assumed it would be our last since the rain was forecast to be there any minute. I was hoping to at least get the car sorted out and my confidence built back up enough to run a 34 or 35 but unfortunately the best time I could muster before the throttle body began to fail (throttle pedal became intermittent and non-responsive toward the end of the session) was a 1:37.135. With the track still dry and unsure if the throttle body would hold up I went into the final session ready to improve and more confident than ever and sure enough I lost throttle response going into the esses on my out lap and my weekend was over. I wasn’t very happy to break in the last session due to the simple throttle body failure but I was still amazed by how much better the car was handling and running as a whole, leaving me excited for the rest of the season.

Sponsors:

Apex Design, Ingnite Fuels, Turbo by Garrett, Z1 Motorsports, Hankook, Haltech, Turbosmart, Carbotect, Sparco, BC, SPL, Computech, Whiteline, TPSS

| 01:39.031 | Michael Gardner

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Car:

2003 Nissan 350Z Performance Model. Built Naturally Aspirated VQ35DE making 312 rwhp.

Racing Experience:

Michael Gardner 2012 and 2013 Canadian Sport Compact Series National Time Attack Class Champion. Out of 10 events, 6 wins, 9 podium finishes, and set 4 track class records.

Road Atlanta Weekend:

I originally planned to enter in the street rwd class. But, seeing as I was missing catalytic converters and some interior pieces, I threw on some R compounds and came down for the experience in Limited RWD. We had heard from some friends that GTA puts on a fantastic event and it’s worth it for the atmosphere and to meet some great people and see some amazing machinery. For me, driving on Road Atlanta as an intimidating proposition, as all of my previous experience was on extremely tight, slow, technical tracks with almost no elevation changes. We left London Ontario Canada for the 13 to 14 hour drive to Road Atlanta. I brought along my dad, and my 2 friends Brendan Roy and Andres Castro to help with wrenching duties. They did a great job and I felt like I didn’t have to lift a finger the whole weekend. The track had an awesome presence. I felt way out of my element rolling through the gate and staring at turns 11 and 12 under that famous bridge. Jason and the rest of the GTA crew were extremely hospitable and I was impressed at how hard they seemed to be working to support the racers and make them feel welcome. My car is fairly simple. It’s a reliable machine. It basically came off the trailer ready to roll after a quick bath to scrub off some road grime.

Friday mornings sessions seemed all about survival instead of actually attacking the track. The track was not only fast, but presented technical challenges I had never encountered before. But the car ran perfectly and was pounding though lap after lap without issue. It may not be the fastest but it’s always been fairly bullet proof. That night I sat and reviewed some video and made some corrections to some mistakes I was making on day 1.

On Saturday morning’s first session I really started to gain confidence with the course and really started to go for it. But coming into turn 6 I ran into an electrical problem which instantly killed the car under heavy braking. I was already trail braking and planning my downshift rev match, but you can’t rev match a dead engine. When I let the clutch out the car went into a nasty spin. All was ok however, as the car stayed off the wall and took no damage. The electrical problem was brief as the car restarted and made it back to the pits.

There our neighbors in the pits, Josh Garcia from Texas, helped out and determined that we had a problem with our battery that was quickly solved. I got back out on the track for a test session to make sure the same thing wouldn’t happen again and the car ran well, but was in traffic the whole time, with no clean laps.

In the last session, the 3rd on Saturday, I got the lap and half of clean air I was looking for and managed a weekend best 1:39.031. That was good for 5th in Limited Rwd. I knew I should have been a little faster, but overall I was happy with the performance. We packed up our belongings, we congratulated our other Canadian contingency on their success, we stayed the night in the area taking in some of the sights of Formula Drift, and left early the next day for a straight shot back to Canada.

Sponsors:

I’d like to thank my sponsor Aaron Kimball of NWP Engineering. His parts worked flawlessly all weekend, and I appreciate the support he has shown my team so far this year. And I have to thank my Canadian contingent. Sasha Anis of Onpoint Dyno has put a lot of work into helping me with my car. He was ripping it up as usual in Unlimited RWD and placed 2nd. William Au Yeung had a great weekend and broke the Limited FWD record. He also gives us racers a fair deal on race fuel back home through his shop Point Zero Autosound and Performance. Lastly, Alphamotorsports.ca has been great with parts and I’d recommend them to anyone.

| 01:33.407 | Mark Jagar

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Car:

2006 Subaru STI

Racing Experience:

2013 Redline Time Attack AWD Street Class Champion, 2013 Redline Time Attack Overall Street Class Champion, 2013 Extreme Speed AWD Competition Street Class Champion, 2013 Super Lap Battle 2nd Place AWD Street Class

Road Atlanta Recap:

The team traveled from Southern California teaming up with their friends over at Renner Motorsports helping to make the trip possible.  They ended up with a flat tire on the trailer and two cracked injectors which resulted in using the race car to go pick them up.  One of the first things Mark noticed was the great elevation change from coming down the hill in 12 to climbing the hill in 1.  Day 1 was more of getting adjusted to the track and logging some useful data, while fighting some oiling issues.  After gaining confidence from the first day and a fix to their oiling issues, Mark and the team went on to take the win in Street AWD and the Overall Street win hitting a blazing 154 in the straightway.

Sponsors:

Yimi Sport Tuning, Borg Warner, Full-Race Motorsports, Scat Crankshafts, Supertech, Wasp Composites, Killer B Motorsports, SoCal Porting, Aeromotive, Fuel Injector Clinic, GSC, South Bend Clutches, JE Pistons, Ginormous Designs group, Mil Spec, ACL Race bearings, Outfront Motorsports, Whiteline, GTSPEC and Swift Springs, and Koherent Chassis Workz.

01:53.084 | Richard Burge

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Car:

1989 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si 4ws (4ws is in fact four wheel steering)0.  The third generation Prelude has a unique setup, however, in that it is totally mechanical (many other 4ws systems are either electric-hydraulic or a passive system).  A shaft runs from the front steering rack to a small gearbox in the rear.  This makes the system totally predictable and thus usable on track.

Racing Experience:

I started autocrossing the car with the SCCA back in 2000 when I got it.  I played in the Street Touring class for many years before moving it to D Street Prepared.  It’s still basically a moderately prepped DSP car.  A few years ago I decided I want to give hill climbs a go, so I’ve started doing more track days and looking to get licensed for that. I’ve never won anything with the car.  Sometimes I place pretty high locally (maybe 2nd or 3rd), but the Atlanta Region has a lot of the best autocrossers in the country, and the Prelude is always the ‘wrong’ car for the class.  But a decade and a half of competing against faster cars has made me and the car far faster than either probably should be.

Road Atlanta Weekend:

I’ve always wanted to try an event like GTA.  Seems like fun with lots of cool hardware.  The looser rule set is a nice change of pace, too.  The strict rules of SCCA racing are nice for a lot of reasons, but it can get tedious too.  I had a blast at the event.  Nice folks, lots of seat time.  I wish the class (street FWD) had had more folks in it, and I wish Lindsey had more luck with his car, but I love just getting out there and running against the clock.
The car ran like a top all day long, both days (hey, it’s an 80’s Honda, that’s what they do).  I bailed on the Saturday afternoon session because the car sucks down a quart of oil per session (rebuilt engine with really loose clearances) and I ran out of $15/qt oil.  Road Atlanta is my home track and I love it.  Especially turns 4 going into the Esses and 12.
And lastly, Hey, I won!  Some might say, “Well, you only won because the other car broke’.  But I say to that; “Is the other car really faster if it catches fire turning 1:55’s?” (I keeed!)

Sponsors:

A big thanks to PreludePower.com.  The entry fee is pretty steep and I needed a set of street tires (I had R-compounds), so a bunch of guys over there donated money just to see a Prelude run at this event.  Because seriously, how often do you see a Prelude (especially a 3g) at an event like this?  Two of the guys who donated have websites you should check out (prelude3g.com and1funryd.com)  And an extra special thanks to member Brewbrud who donated a major chunk of change to basically make sure this event happened.

| 01:48.906 | Matthew Brueck

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Car:

1990 Mazda Miata

Road Atlanta Weekend:

We struggled to prep the car in time for GTA and knew we would be cutting it close. That previous weekend, we brought the car to an autocross to give it a shakedown run to make sure all the bugs were worked out. WAbout 10 minutes into our hour trip home, the car died. No power to cylinder 2 and 3. Needless to say we had to get it trailered home and spent the next 5 days hunting down an electrical issue.

Thursday was a crazy day for everyone. My right hand man for iTrack event, Miles Gunther, blew a motor and swapped it at the track in the crazy heat of the day. For us we just wanted to feel out the new setup and get familiar with the car again as this is our first event for us of the season. Car did great but I could tell I was off the pace of our run in 2012 of 1:50.xxx and knew I was going to need to be more aggressive to hit a new personal best.

Friday was a wash for most everyone including us. Between threat of rain, leaving the oil cap off the car (I will take the blame) and still learning the car, we didn’t get even close to what we wanted to with a 1:53.xxx. I mostly took the time to learn how others react on track and who, if I needed to, could make an aggressive pass on during a flyer lap on day two. We also spent our free time walking around meeting everyone who made the trip from near and far. Day turned to night and after a few beers with the “GTA family” we watched a little drifting before a good night of sleep.

We arrived at Road Atlanta a hair late on Saturday and actually had to run full speed from the front gate to the car and straight on track for the first session. I spent some time with a few other GTA guys showing them the line on session 1. Like I said, this is a family and I knew I wasn’t going to toss up anything worth talking about right out of the box that morning, so getting to have some fun with everyone is what I did! 2nd session I knew was going to be it for the street class. Perfect temps would mean 2-3 hard laps to shoot for a 1:49.xxx. Something we have been chasing for some time.

I went out and drove the car literally flat out and left nothing on the table. The car was dancing around quit a bit (lack of rear aero), but I drove it as fast, yet smooth as possible. I ran 2 hard laps hoping that this would be a new PB for us. 3rd lap got a big slide in T6 so I got out of it and cruised back to the pits. After the long wait to see where that put us, Jason gave me the results and a 1:48 would be our new personal best! The feeling of chasing something with such minimal changes and surpassing your goal is something you have to experience yourself.

Overall I would say it was the best event we have had in some time. Not just because of a new record for us, but the people. I have been deep in the motorsports community for a very long time now and met a lot of people. I do have to say, nothing compares to the “family” that is Global Time Attack. Even if I broke on Thursday and didn’t get to drive, I still would have had an amazing weekend. This is how motorsports should be. Win or lose, everyone is having a good time. I couldn’t ask for a better group of new friends and can’t wait to hit the track with them again!

Sponsors:

iTrack Motorsports, ProAuto LLC, Racing Analytics, Stick N Wrap

| 01:56.929 | Brandon Bailey

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Car:

2013 Subaru BRZ Limited

Racing Experience:

8+ years doing Autocross in NC and SC. I have also done a few track days at Carolina Motorsports park but this was my first big track experience.

Road Atlanta Weekend:

This was my first time driving the car with almost all of the upgrades so I figured it would be a great learning experience and it was. The suspension was dialed in great and the brakes were fantastic. The car doesn’t have a lot of power but it was on rails thru every corner. I cut 10 seconds off my best lap time from the first run group so I am pleased with that but I believe with a bit more experience and with pushing the car harder I can still improve my times greatly.

I had a CEL pop up a few times due to an ignition coil but I kept driving and I will be replacing the #1 ignition coil soon and heat shielding it as I believe that was the issue. My pit team of Matt Tovar and Nick Wehe did a great job helping me with tire changes and pressures as well as checking over the car between runs. We reduced the cold tire pressure to 29 PSI and that really helped hold more speed thru the tight corners.

The track was amazing. I drove Road Atlanta on Forza 5 as well as on an iRacing simulator before but none of that prepared me for the huge elevation changes and blind corners that the track has to offer. It was very forgiving for a newbie and all of the other competitors were very welcoming and took it easy when passing me.

Sponsors:

I can’t thank my main sponsor, ProAuto LLC enough for all the hard work they put into my car and Nick@ProAuto for talking me into stepping up from AutoX to GTA. Mike at CounterSpace Garage was a big help when it came to selecting brake components as well as track setup questions. Bill@ Palmetto Synthetics for the Amsoil. My club, SouthEast 86 on Facebook have also been huge supporters of this car. I also want to thank the GTA organizers for putting together a smooth, safe and extremely fun event. As a rookie this was an amazing experience. I’m really looking forward to the next event and getting more experience as a driver so that I can push my car to its limits more effectively.

| 01:44.857 | Devin Stiglits

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Car:

Ninelives Racing Honda S2000

Road Atlanta Weekend:

Well my weekend went slow. I got of the plane from North Dakota to Chicago an entire day late thanks to some guy getting drunk on the plane. Arriving to my house and a half finished car where I spent 2 hours getting it ready, saw my already pissed off GF (for me being a day late) then headed out on my drive with a half finished car. Drove over 4 hours got super sleepy, took a nap drove another 5 and took a nap then the final stretch was stuck in stop and go traffic looking at the clock on Friday knowing all my sessions I paid for were slipping away. finally got to the track during the last session and I knew I didn’t have the time to get the car ready so i just took my time, left the track Friday and went to my team mates house where we worked on getting the car ready.

We did and ended up running saturday on a track I never ran on with new a set up. We ended up placing six with that terrible feeling that we could have done a lot better, but hey there always next time. Great event, great people, and a great learning experence

Sponsors:

Project X customs, Enjuku racing, Redmist automotive, Canton Racing, RC autorks, Buddy club, Stance USA, Five-O injectors, GPS track time, Stiglitz Photo, Social APex, Autometer, Styln Industries, Radium Engineering, OG racing, Earl’s fittings