The Hellafunctional Showdown presented by KW returned to Irwindale Speedway for another round of head to head roval racing action and scrutiny from the high performance minds of the MotoIQ judges. For those of you new to the Hellafunctional Showdown, it is a car show for performance minded individuals who believe form follows function instead of the other way around. Vehicles are judged on the functionality of their modifications and the majority of the score is based on the times clocked around the Super-G roval course that is laid out in Irwindale Speedway’s oval race course.
We had a great turnout for the first round of the Hellafunctional Showdown presented by KW so we were very excited to see what kind of cars would turn out for the second round, and our MotoIQ readers once again did not let us down. We had a good variety of cars ranging from a rare 80’s platform to a new gen Honda platform.
For those of you who have been following the Hellafunctional Showdown you will remember that at round 1 our drivers voted to use their best overall time for their rankings. For round 2 things were changed up a bit and the vote went to using the combined average time of the driver’s best time around the Left and Right side courses. So let’s see how the competition fared!