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2005 Redline Time Attack Nevada

Nevada November 5-6, 2005

Jason Siu
Mar 24, 2009
Photographer: Peter Tarach Writer: Peter Tarach

After a grueling week at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Modified team topped things off with the REDLINE/Modified Magazine Time Attack event at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch’s new 4-mile road course in Pahrump. Conveniently located 45 minutes from Las Vegas, the REDLINE/Modified Magazine Time Attack brought out the hardcore road racers that survived the week of SEMA to race another day. With three different classes competing – Street, Modified and Unlimited – and front wheel drive, rear wheel drive and all wheel drive vehicles in each class, the Spring Mountain course was filled with cars of all shapes and sizes - from Preludes to S2000s to RX-7s.

From the all wheel drive camp, Subarus and Evolutions were also terrorizing the track. An S15 represented from Japan, racing in the Unlimited class along with Igor Sushko’s Skyline and Modified’s own Tarzan Yamada in the XS Engineering Skyline. Plenty of everyday racers were present however, getting plenty of lap time thanks to the great organization of the event by the professionals at REDLINE and Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch.

We would like to thank Hawk and Nitto Tires for sponsoring the event and making it a great success.

Here are the results from the race:

Unlimited Class:

Overall Champion and best in class AWD Unlimited: XS Engineering Skyline GTR
- Driver: Tarzan Yamada. Time: 2:32.273

Second Place Unlimited AWD: Skyline GTR - Driver: Igor
Sushko. Time: 2:35.447

First Place Unlimited RWD: Swift Racing Silvia. Time: 2:32.835 (about a half second behind the skyline. Close race!)

Modified Class:

Class Champion and best in class AWD: DinoComp WRX STi Driver - Richard
Garcia. Time: 2:37.069

First Place RWD: Bob Evans - Corvette. Time: 2:39.245

Second Place RWD: Raymund Navarro - S2000. Time: 2:44.351

Third Place RWD: Bart Chow - RX7. Time: 2:55.694

First Place FWD: Vincent Wong - Prelude. Time: 2:56.863

Street Class:

Class Champion and best in class RWD: John Magnuson - RX7. Time: 2:49.439

Second Place RWD: Stephen Mott - 350 Z. Time: 2:52.047

Third Place RWD: William Long - RX7. Time: 3:01.710

First Place AWD: Works customer EVO - Driver: Desert Tortoise. Time: 2:50.120

Second Place AWD: Chad Plaire - WRX STi. Time: 2:51.637

Third Place AWD: Ken Kasitz - WRX Sti. Time: 2:53.385

First Place FWD: Yannio Davila - Focus. Time: 3:10.069

Second Place FWD: Marty Ladwig - Colbalt. Time: 3:16.902

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