|Dave Hary in the S-Max Performance Nissan 240SX won himself some GTA Steak Knives. He set a Third Place time of 1:56.608.|
|Despite the heavy hit on Saturday, Jacob Tanaka was still able to set a time of 1:33.689 and come in Second Place. His battered Tanaka Racing/Nitto Tire Chevrolet Corvette earned him $200 and the time was set on Saturday prior to the crash.|
|In his SR20VE head Spec Clutch Nissan 240SX, Dave Norton set a new class record and won Street RWD. His time was 1:33.392 and he also won himself $600!|
Despite the appearance of Street AWD and Unlimited AWD cars, there was no one to participate in Limited AWD. This brings up a good point, even if you don’t think you’ll win, show up! If someone had showed up and driven the track on just Friday, they would have won this class because they would have been it! Even better, do like Berk Technology and bring a set of non-Street Class legal tires and get two trophies and possibly twice the cash! Come on East Coast, I know you’re hiding good Limited AWD Time Attack cars. I have seen them!
|Aaron Byram decided that Chris Rado needed competition in the Unlimited FWD category. His Pure Tuning Honda Civic and its K-Engine wanted to show that huge budgets didn’t matter; it was pure horsepower and light weight cars that would win in Unlimited FWD! Despite the 1800 lbs. and 300+ HP, he came in with a time of 1:35.101 and earned $200. That meant that he was nearly 10 seconds off of Rado’s time.|
|Chris Rado came out to Road Atlanta to prove that GT cars aren’t the only fast cars to take on Road Atlanta! Everyone was expecting a 200 MPH top speed pass in his Need for Speed/Descendent Racing tC. Unfortunately, his tires decided they didn’t like that game and blew out on him at nearly 170 MPH. While he did hit the wall and was worried that the car was done, there was only cosmetic damage. With duct tape, shears, and time, the Need for Speed/Descendent Racing Scion tC came back out and turned laps! With a time of 1:25.555 set on Saturday Morning’s session, he secured Unlimited FWD gold and $600. If he had competed at the 2011 Petit Le Mans, he would have been 55th fastest qualifier, but this isn’t and he won Unlimited FWD in Global Time Attack.|