Official Global Time Attack results

These were sent out by John Naderi of Global Time attack the other day with a full breakdown of results by class and the prizes awarded. Check out our facebook page for a photo gallery from the event.

RESULTS:

Unlimited GT AWD*
1st Place: Jeff Westphal – GST Motorsports Impreza – 1:19.397** – $500
2nd Place: Anthony Szirka – UMS Tuning Mitsubishi Evo – 1:28.046 – $200

Unlimited GT RWD (FR/MR/RR) *
1st Place: Casey Dennis – GMR Racing Honda S2000 – 1:30.618 – $500
2nd Place: Jeremy Renshaw – AFI Turbo Honda S2000 – 1:31.336 – $200
3rd Place: Dennis Holloway – RDR Mothers Polish Mazda RX-8 – 1:33.023 – Steak Knives

Unlimited GT FF*
1st Place: Chris Rado – Need For Speed WORLD Racing Scion tC – 1:22.312** $500
2nd Place: Renzo Marsano – White Donkey/MAR Financial/Sportcar Motion Honda Civic – 1:30.548 – $200

Limited GT AWD*
1st Place: JC Meynet – OMG Racing AQ Motorsports Subaru STI – 1:23.141** – $500
2nd Place: Russ Warr – LIC Motorsports Subaru STI – 1:25.423 – $200
3rd Place: Travis Barnes – Snail Performance Subaru WRX – 1:30.383 – Steak Knives
4th Place: Adam Aquino – DB Tuned Subaru STi – 1:35.593

Limited GT RWD*
1st Place: Dave Lemon – Mazdatrix AIT Racing Mazda RX-8 – 1:34.818

Limited GT FF*
1st Place: Oscar Jackson Jr. – Sportcar Motion Kraftwerks Performance Group Acura Integra Type-R – 1:29.833

Street GT AWD*
1st Place: Clint Boisdeau – Apollo Performance Subaru WRX – 1:31.946 – $500
2nd Place: Matt Dennison Mitsubishi Evo – 1:33.715 – $200

Street GT RWD (FR/MR/RR)*
1st Place: Mike Bonanni – Berk Technology BMW 135i – 1:29.041** – $500
2nd Place: VJ Mirzayan – Evolution Racewerks BMW 135i – 1:29.209 – $200

Street GT FF*
1st Place: Clint Boisdeau – Apollo Performance Ford Focus – 1:32.977

*Must have at least two cars in a class for payouts to be awarded
**Time attack division track record

GTA Bounties in addition to class payouts

Fastest Overall Time $1,000
Jeff Westphal – GST Motorsports Subaru Impreza – 1:19.397

Back It Up Award $500
Consistency is key. Bounty award for the GTA car that records the fastest time on the first day of a GTA event and is able to “back up the time” on the second day (much like drag racing). Times must be recorded during one of the sanctioned GTA sessions and on separate days.

Chris Rado – Need For Speed WORLD Racing Scion tC – Sun: 1:22.312; Sat: 1:24.823

Best of The Rest $500
Spreading the wealth. This is Bounty that will be awarded at GTA’s discretion. Perhaps it will be for the fastest time in the final session of the event weekend or for a track record that was broken by a large margin. This team was still working on their car on Saturday and Sunday was the car’s first time on the track and that’s all the team needed to take the Unlimited GT RWD class win.

Casey Dennis – GMR Racing Honda S2000 – 1:30.383

Wild Card(s) $1,000 (Can be split into smaller amounts totaling 1,000)
In no particular category other than random. This could be one Bounty for a $1,000 or maybe ten $100 Bounties. We might award these to the winner of a particularly fierce battle between a certain pair of Street GT class BMWs or maybe for the fastest car on DOT tires. Fastest FWD Honda? That might also be option. We’re not sure. The only thing we do know is that we have $1,000 in Wild Card bounties and we need a way to award them. At WSIR we made these record bounties since four records were reset during the Global Time Attack. We also created a special BMW Battle Bounty for the fastest time between the 135i’s of Berk Technology and Evolution Racewerks.

$200 Track Record Bounty – Jeff Westphal – GST Motorsports Impreza – 1:19.397
$200 Track Record Bounty – Chris Rado – Need For Speed WORLD Racing Scion tC – 1:22.312
$200 Track Record Bounty – JC Meynet – OMG Racing Subaru STI – 1:23.141
$200 Track Record Bounty – Mike Bonanni – Berk Technology BMW 135i – 1:29.041
$200 Special BMW Battle Bounty – Mike Bonanni – Berk Technology BMW 135i – 1:29.041

Mooby Award $250
To the team with the biggest boner, er who muffs it up the most. Let’s just call it a booby prize. Or better yet, our Mooby Award. Did your driver miss a session? Now you can buy him a watch. Maybe a crewmember fell asleep in your trailer. Now you can buy him or her some energy drinks. And if Loi Song insists on wearing that femmy sunbonnet maybe the SportCar Motion crew can buy him a proper hat. At WSIR we gave this to the driver who went off in a big fashion around Turn 9 prompting him to put his car on the trailer early Sunday.

Renzo Marsano – White Donkey/MAR Financial/Sportcar Motion Honda Civic

AFI Turbo Contingency Award Program
$25,000 total for the 2011 Global Time Attack season
$6,250 total per round

AFI Turbo Contingency Award Winners:

Unlimited GT AWD
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Jeff Westphal
$200 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Anthony Szirka

Unlimited GT RWD (FR/MR/RR)
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Casey Dennis
$200 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Jeremy Renshaw

Unlimited GT FF
$200 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Renzo Marsano

Limited GT AWD
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – JC Meynet
$200 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Russ Warr
$100 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Travis Barnes

Limited GT FF
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Oscar Jackson Jr.

Street GT AWD
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Clint Boisdeau
$200 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Matt Dennison

Street GT RWD (FR/MR/RR
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Mike Bonanni
$200 AFI Turbo gift certificate – VJ Mirzayan

Street GT FF
$300 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Clint Boisdeau

Fastest Overall Time
$400 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Jeff Westphal

Fastest AFI Turbo Car
$450 AFI Turbo gift certificate – Casey Dennis

Course Notes:

Four individual time attack track records were broken at the Global Time Attack:
Unlimited GT AWD – Jeff Westphal – GST Motorsports Impreza – 1:19.397
Unlimited GT FF – Chris Rado – Need For Speed WORLD Racing Scion tC – 1:22.312
Limited GT AWD – JC Meynet – OMG Racing Subaru STI – 1:23.141
Street GT RWD – Mike Bonanni – Berk Technology BMW 135i – 1:29.041

Jeff Westphal’s time was a mere .842 seconds off of the 1:18.555 overall time attack track record held by Billy Johnson in the Unlimited GT RWD FXMD NSX. It is also important to note that the NSX was on Yokohama slicks went it set the record while Jeff’s GST Motorsports Impreza is fitted with Hankook Ventus DOT tires.

GST Motorsports team principle has datalogged video showing the front straight trap speed of the car’s 1:19.397 to be 5 mph slower than an earlier 1:19.915 lap (161 mph vs 166).

The event marked the international debut of the latest version of the GST Motorsports Impreza, which has seen extensive changes in the off-season including a chopped top and revised transmission tunnel among other weight-saving changes.

JC Meynet was pushing to improve upon his record-setting 1:23.141 run during Sunday’s first session but a mechanical failure ended his flier prematurely. The culprit is possibly a damaged head gasket or perhaps a bottom end failure. JC’s record time was set on Toyo Proxes R-888 tires.

Chris Rado’s 1:22.312 record time was set with a damaged head gasket. The car has gone as fast as 1:21.9 at Willow Springs during a NASA event but not at an organized time attack event. Rado’s WORLD Racing team took sent out their infamous Unlimited GT 1,500hp AWD tC during a NASA session but electrical gremlins prevented the team from recording a lap time. In the FWD tC Rado also won his time trial class as well.

LIC Motorsports brought its Limited GT AWD Subaru STI out of retirement to attend the Global Time Attack with a new driver, time attack veteran, Dr. Russell Warr taking Second place with a 1:25.423. The team also ran a set of Hankook Z214 C91 tires in a NASA TTR class and took First place with a lap time of 1:23.136.

Anthony Szirka and his team from UMS Tuning and the UMS Tuning Time Attack series served as our official GTA tech stewards for the weekend. Szirka also finished in Second place in Unlimited GT AWD with a time of 1:28.046

The differential in time between the 135i BMW’s of Berk Technology and Evolution Racewerks was 0.168 second! This was the closest battle of the weekend.

Jeremy Renshaw and the AFI Turbo crew converted the team’s AFI Turbo Limited GT RWD class S2000 to an Unlimited GT class entry in the span of only one and a half weeks. A lost shift linkage nut prevented the team from laying down a fast lap leaving a lot of potential on the table for this car.

Clint Boisdeau drove both the Apollo Performance Street GT AWD WRX and the Street GT FF Focus to wins in both classes.

Dennis Holloway from Mothers Polish drove his NASA TT-spec RX-8 to a 1:33.023 lap in just one GTA session. A very fast lap considering the Renesis powerplant is basically stock.

Dave Lemon unveiled his radically altered RX-8 with a 12-port Renesis that will eventually put out 400-plus horsepower. The car also received an AIT Racing widebody kit and new Goodyear tires as the tire giant is looking into competing in the Global Time Attack.

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  1. Correction. JC Meynet drove the OMG Racing AQ Motorsports Subaru STI, not a OMG Racing STI as listed in a couple of spots.

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