For 2010 Redline Time Attack starts off with Buttonwillow Raceway Park which is 1 out of 10 events that Redline will host for the year.
For starters, here’s what everyone ran during practice run Saturday the 27th of March, 2010. In the COBB Tuning Modified Class, Brian Lock, driving the COBB Tuning Nissan GT-R ran a best time of 1:49.828 in later afternoon practice. Rod Morley, driving the VOLO Motorsports Evo ran a quick 1:55.605. James Elterman, in the Takata Time Attack Impreza V.2, turned a 1:55.750. Jeremy Renshaw dropped down to a 1:55.285 in the AFI Turbo Honda S2000. Matt Andrews continues to turn heads in the Mitsubishi Eclipse from last season, but now running in Modified FWD, with a best time of 1:54.070!
Carl Rydquist, also in the COBB Tuning Modified Class turned a best lap of 1:55.747 in his City Tire Online/Hankook supported Porsche.
Cameron Benner, one of the new Franchise Team Drivers for 2010, in the COBB Tuning Subaru Impreza, competing in the Buddy Club Street Tire Class, ran a 1:57.925, to be the fastest Street Tire Class car of the day on Saturday.
The crew at World Racing were hard at work all day Saturday getting the car ready for some late afternoon practice. In only his first practice session of the day, Chris Rado unofficially broke his own track record in Super Modified FWD, with a lap time of 1:47.696! An absolutely insane lap time for a FWD car! We also spoke with Chris and he informed us he would not be attending the event in Australia, so Redline Time Attack fans can look forward to the debut of his new AWD Scion tC at a Redline Time Attack event later this year!
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