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Global Time Attack: Round 2
Buttonwillow, CA
Time Attack



Global Time Attack & Shift-S3ctor are back operating a Southern California based “Pro Am” Time Attack Series in 2014.

Who: Shift-S3ctor & Global Time Attack
What: RD2 of the GTA Pro Am by Shift-S3ctor
When: Sunday, March 2, 2014
Where: Buttonwillow Raceway Park

Unlimited AWD
Unlimited RWD (FR,MR,RR)
Unlimited FF
Limited AWD
Limited RWD (FR,MR,RR)
Limited FF
Street AWD
Street RWD (FR,MR,RR)
Street FF
Enthusiast AWD
Enthusiast RWD (FR,MR,RR)
Enthusiast FF

Registration:  Is Not Open Yet
Unlimited Class – $250 per entry “register”
Limited Class – $250 per entry “register”
Street Class – $250 per entry “register”
Enthusiast Class -$250 per entry ‘register”

The GTA Pro Am by Shift-S3ctor 2013 is a advanced track event, drivers with no track experience should refrain from registering. We do not require it, but We strongly recommend that all drivers satisfy NASA’s HPDE-3 run group requirements, more info here.

Rules: Download Here, 2014 GTA Rules

The Unlimited Class allows any DOT tire, and also allows Racing Slicks.
The Limited Class cars must use DOT-approved treaded tires with a minimum UTQG-rating of 80 or higher.
The Street Class cars must use DOT-approved treaded tires with a minimum UTQG-rating of 140 or higher. And Maximum tire width is AWD: 255, RWD: 285

The Enthusiast Class cars must use DOT-approved treaded tires with a minimum UTQG-rating of 220 or higher. And Maximum tire width is AWD: 255, RWD: 285

Tech Questions: For questions on the rules or classes please email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Schedule: Click Here

Track Info: Buttonwillow Raceway Park
Description (CW13 configuration):  3.0 miles (4.82 km), 23 turns
Time Attack Track Record: 1:40.379 FXMD NSX, Billy Johnson
Location: 24551 Lerdo Highway, Buttonwillow CA 93206
Driving Directions: Click Here
Official Website: Buttonwillow Raceway
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