Road Racing

Going Forward – Global Time Attack x Speed District WSIR 2015

By |September 29th, 2015|

The year and season is coming to an end sooner than we think. Unfortunately for some of us, the winter season brings a small break, but not enough to hold us down or stop us from doing what we love. Global Time Attack continues to grow moving forward, with more events locally and nationwide. If there’s a reason why more and more racers are flocking to these events, it’s because of the community it brings together. Organized and completely fun, Speed District joins forces with GTA and comes in to support another group of drivers. […]

Flash Flood – Global Time Attack x Speed District RD. 3 2015

By |July 29th, 2015|

Another track day in So-Cal with Global Time Attack and Speed District. Willow Springs continues to be an ongoing hot spot for grassroots Time Attack. It seems at every event we attend, we notice new cars, new people and new relationships built. With a few more track days left before the Big Super Lap Battle in November, the questions on everyone’s minds are who will be there, who will run, and who will conquer and set new records. The usual suspects at Round 3 just to name a few like Roy Narvaez, Rif Dagher, Sally McNulty, Andrew Nier, and Karla Pestotnik slapped on some tires and hit the track. […]

RCO #002 – “Sheri” Written and Driven by Devin Giles

By |June 17th, 2015|

I’ll share a brief history on myself. I’ve constantly liked the beat up track abused look with aggressive aero. I was never one to drool over super clean builds, but that stock power planted civic with worn R888’s was always just enough to look over. Then my S2000 comes in which was supposed to be my street/auto cross car. Full interior and livable, well that last all of a month and then things like AC started coming out magically. […]

A day late but could’ve been worse – Global Time Attack Road Atlanta 2015

By |May 28th, 2015|

The feeling of knowing you’ll be late to an event kinda sucks, but knowing it is one of your favorite events of the year could’ve been a catastrophe. Luckily, as fate interferes with reality, I somehow managed to get to Day 2 of Round 1 in the Global Time Attack Pro Championship x Road Atlanta. What I had planned for this event and Formula D was totally different from what I ended up with, knowing that more teams and cars were going to make it at this event I was overly excited to see it all. I wanted to capture new cars, teams, and the shenanigans. I mean really wanted to live this one up, I even had plans to visit this dope BBQ spot my friend Kyle Lewis aka Brophoto introduced me to last year. But as all good things thought of or planned, sometimes it turns out a whole other way. […]

Pirelli World Challenge Streets of Long Beach 2015

By |May 22nd, 2015|

PWC – Pork With Cheese, actually as you know it’s the Pirelli World Challenge. This year was unexpected and with high hopes of seeing the Real Time Racing Acuras Podium, it wasn’t their weekend or anybody’s for that matter. A majority of people confuse these Race Cars with the IMSA or TUDOR Championship cars that happened to be there that same awesome weekend in Long Beach. But a totally different set of rules, classes and though the cars do resemble similarities just think of these fine Race Machines a little more classed. With 7 different classes, it was the GT, GTA and GT Cup Cars that traded paint on the Streets of Long Beach that weekend. […]

41st Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach 2015

By |May 16th, 2015|

A little late to the party on this post, but enough time for some small talk. The Verizon Indycar Series has been coming back on a rise after some progressive interest from fans all over. Not to be confused with Formula One where the stage is set Worldwide, the Series only takes place in the USA. With a total of 16 races in one season only 4 tracks including the Historical known Grand Prix of Long Beach are street circuits. Growing up I was always a little confused with the difference between Indycar and Formula 1, since both platforms are single-seat machines I figured they where the same. Only until 1989 I started to understand the difference as I gained more interest and eventually becoming a Ayrton Senna fan. But I never grew any interest towards Indy Cars, and I don’t know why but I can assume that it was the differences in the sounds and quite possibly because my uncle who is a huge car nut was the one that gravitated me towards Formula 1. […]