Global Time Attack X Road Atlanta

Humid Hotlanta We arrived in Atlanta late Thursday night to the news that a Formula 4 racecar had already hit the wall in turn 12 and that one of the Global Time Attack competitors had suffered a small fire. With that in mind, I went to sleep. The previous year, I had only managed to go around Turn 12 and the main straight; this year, my goal was to photograph as many different turns of the track as I could. … Read More

Global Time Attack – Auto Club Speedway ROVAL

View our full gallery on our Smugmug. Auto Club Speedway was windy on Friday when our trailer pulled up. We’d spent the night at a local friends house and made a short journey to the track, stopping at a nearby diner for breakfast along the way. We rolled our NSX out of the trailer and inspected her recently repaired splitter to make sure everything had held up during the bumpy journey down the I-10. We accomplished some practice laps on … Read More

Global Time Attack Motor Massive

Last year at Auto Club Speedway We Don’t Lift dealt with punctured tires, an unclear parking situation, and general chaos. This year, the Motor Massive event went much smoother. We were able to pull the NSX out of the trailer and swap her brake pads before getting a full night’s sleep. In the morning, we set up our booth, warmed up the car, and met with the other Global Time Attack participants for the driver’s meeting. Breakfast consisted of powdered donuts … Read More

Preparing for the NASA Tech Inspection

Every car that wishes to participate in a NASA event is required to pass a tech inspection prior to driving on the track. Participants need to be aware of the event schedule and plan accordingly. We suggest arriving onsite 45-90 minutes prior to the drivers meeting. This will ensure enough time to park, prep, and get their car through tech inspection before the drivers meeting. When Do I Need to be Inspected? If your car does not have a current … Read More

Trackday Checklist – Preparing For Your Next Event

If you have just signed up for your first trackday you may not be sure where to start. Making sure your vehicle is ready to go is key to getting out on track confident in your own safety. It is important to make sure your vehicle is in tip-top shape. If there is a mechanical problem with your vehicle don’t wait until the day of the event to address it. If there is any general maintenance item you have been … Read More