by Eric Hsu
Inside is a video of this year's Time Attack class winner: Jeff Zwart in a Porsche 997 GT3 Cup car. I'm not the world's biggest Porsche Cup Car fan, but this video is pretty cool. Notice the steering angle in the picture above. Cool shit, huh?
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Tool Racing has their 1983 Williams FW08C-07 F1 car taken apart for fuel system repairs which means that half the car is taken apart. I really dig old race cars; especially ones with a winning history. Check out the pics inside for details.
Results after two days of time attack battle at the Superlap Australia's World Time Attack 2010. In some ways the results aren't surprising. Either way it was an awesome event that other organizations should aspire to.
For Friday's report click here
For Thursday's report click here
For Eric's first report click here
Updates after the first day of Superlap Australia's World Time Attack 2010. The Panspeed FD is a surprising performer. The CyberEVO has problems. Guess who's in the lead?
Updates and inside scoops on the Pro Class entries after a couple days of testing and the night before the Superlap Australia World Time Attack 2010. Believe it or not so far it appears the rotary engined cars are the most reliable. Imagine that...
The cars from the USA and Japan have arrived in Australia safely. Look inside for some pics and some detailed pics of the RX-7s. The Superlap Australia World Time Attack event is surprisingly mainstream. The picture above is a billboard advertisement on one of the freeways between Eastern Creek International Raceway and Sydney. There are also plenty of printed ads and radio ads as well.
Check out the video inside of the SSE EVO 8 with interviews of the driver, Emp, and myself.
Beating the HKS CT230R's long standing Buttonwillow time attack record is a great feeling. The Sierra Sierra team is happy (for now). Click above to read a little about the event, the story of the record beating, and a little something for the haters.
The Sierra Sierra EVO 8 lives up to its name and further evolves. Details inside with a FAQ section!
by Eric Hsu (and technically Andre Simon)
Speedtech Motorsports in New Zealand has the AMS drag EVO in their crosshairs. Watch the 8.63 run and read about some of the car's trick details inside.
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