VTEC Club returned to its regularly scheduled 2019 season after more than a four-month break, and continued its streak of selling out track days.
Year after year, drivers return in new programs to continue the quest for hill climb greatness because there is nothing like PPIHC elsewhere on the planet.
As opposed to running a full course with a start/finish line, VTEC Club selects a one-way route, and competitors line up for mano-a-mano dogfighting bouts.
We’ve got all the reasons why VTEC Club’s latest Honda-only time attack season is looking to be its best yet.
This past 2019 Attack Tsukuba event was incredibly popular, and witnessed everything from plummeting lap records to new overseas competitors.
William Au-Yeung of PZTuning in Ontario, Canada traveled to Japan and set a blazing lap which topped the tables of Tsukuba’s FF greats. How did he do it?
If you’re a fan of time attack, then what a time to be alive! A FWD Civic owns the overall North American time attack record, the Unlimited AWD record was just broken, twice, and there’s an all-new, world-class annual event in the works, right here in the good ol’ US of A.
Over the past several years, Gridlife has built its name on doing things differently. Take its most popular events: bash-style drifting combined with serious time attack competition and major car shows going down on race weekends, mixed in with camping and the 24/7 debauchery that goes with it.
After a forgettable Pikes Peak International Hill Climb back in 2016, Evasive Motorsports reinvigorated this Toyota 86 with new upgrades, a new driver, and a new purpose—to claim time attack glory at Gridlife South.