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#555 Snail Performance / IAG Performance Subaru WRX -GTA Finals SLB 2018

By |December 1st, 2018|

#555 The Record Breaking Subaru WRX Driven, and owned by Markos Mylonas of Snail Performance / IAG Performance. It’s been quite a season seeing different cars, but still remembering certain ones that has made an impact in front your camera. This car and the driver is one of them, as it continues to set and reset records. In Time Attack, trying to be at different parts of the track will always be challenging because once the track goes hot on a session these cars may do one lap, or a few, and if I’m lucky they’ll be out for more. This years GTA FINALS, I found Markos out more then I thought he would, and it’s his car that I have a personal memorandum in my head because he puts on a fast show. Not knowing if he broke another record, and sometimes instead of capturing his car in action, I take in the moment to see his quest. Lol Although he didn’t break his own record this time, he still grabbed 2nd in Street AWD with a 01:49.563. I guess we’ll have to wait till next year to see what’s next Markos. Will he stay in the Street Class, or will he go to Limited? Unlimited? #motolyric

#96 Can Jam Motorsports Subaru WRX STI – GTA Finals SLB 2018

By |November 25th, 2018|

1st Place Unlimited AWD – 01:38.281 Richard Boake Racing #96 Subaru WRX STI Can Jam Motorsports The New AWD Record Holder -It’s always interesting seeing a New Race Car, and Team I haven’t seen in person. Although I’ve heard of the car and it’s driver through the Motorsports Channels, but to see it in person and witness history in the making is another story.

The Global Time Attack Finals Super Lap Battle every year has shown me different winners, and different cars. Notably always after the famed SEMA, the GTA Finals aligns well with it. Through the years we’ve seen cars from other countries and other parts of the US come to Race. This year Can Jam came out to chase the record, and to beat it. After an engine replacement over night, and several attempts they didn’t get the Overall Track Record they wanted so badly, but they did get the AWD Record. Will we see more of this Race Car in 2019? I hope so.. #motolyric