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Event 

Title:
Global Time Attack: Round 2
When:
02.03.2014
Where:
Buttonwillow, CA
Category:
Time Attack

Description

 

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

Classes:
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

Tires:
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
- See more at: http://www.globaltimeattack.com/event/rd2-buttonwillow-ca-shift-s3ctor/#sthash.t3RamEp6.dpuf

Venue

Venue:
Buttonwillow Raceway
City:
Buttonwillow, CA
Country:
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