Local and even some not-so-local shops brought small fleets to compete in the time attack and to show off during the drift sessions. There are essentially four main classes — HPDE Plus, Street Modified, Track Modified, and Unlimited. These are further broken down into drivetrain type (FWD, RWD, AWD). Solo Motorsports from the Atlanta suburbs brought both show and go to the event.
Solo’s 1 series made a good showing on Road Atlanta’s 2.55 miles managing a best 1:35.215 which earned them the #2 spot in Track Modified RWD.
All kinds of mild and wild creations took to the track, including this slammed and widened BMW 2002.
I’m not entirely sure, but if those numbers on the dash are miles, this car has been around the block a few times and then some! How many of you have considered tracking fluid changes this way?
Despite not placing high in the 19-car Track Modified RWD class, driver Tixoc Loza produced a very respectable 1:51.057 on the challenging course.