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.
In the fourteen years since the all-Honda Eibach Meet’s inception, the once-simple car gathering has not only outgrown its residence at the Eibach facility, but also the state of California.
In years past, time attack entrants used reliable cars that were able to spend days circling a track in the quest of the driver’s cleanest and fastest lap. However, those days have passed, and now one lap on the edge is all it takes to eclipse the all-important event victory or circuit record.
Not even record-high scorching temperatures could keep enthusiasts form attending the Chronicles Year 9 event held at Eibach Springs’ headquarters in Corona, California. Its creator, Joey Lee offered his appreciation to all his loyal website followers by holding this semi-private event to celebrate the ninth annual anniversary of The Chronicles.
GReddy Performance Products pulled out all the stops at their annual free admission event with plenty of food, a raffle drawing for free gifts, discounts on parts sold at the event, and a special look at many new and soon to be released items and products launching soon.
The Queen Mary hosted the hottest sport compact machines in SoCal for the 2017 edition of Wekfest Long Beach. Luke Munnell captured some of the 400+ cars on display with some of the industry’s freshest trends.
One of Formula Drift’s biggest stops in their calendar occurs at Road Atlanta in Braselton, GA. I brought my camera with me—and some Northeast precipitation, too! Take a look!