What is the best car for Time Attack?

What is the best car for Time Attack?

What is the best car for time attack?

Car Pros
Mitsubishi Evo 8-9 great chassis, robust engine
Mitsubishi Evo X newer, better chassis than 8 or 9
Subaru WRX/STi great factory combo, awd, turbo
Nissan GTR/T R32-34 great chassis, awd, turbo

How fast is a 2000hp Supra?

2,000-HP Toyota Supra Is A Staggering Showcase Of Performance Unleashed. This Supra manages a 0-60 mph time of 1.2 seconds on average with a top speed of over 250 miles per hour.

What is the fastest a Supra has ever gone?

The new record was set at Palm Beach International Raceway where the car roared through the quarter-mile stretch at 153 mph in just 8.7 seconds. The car was also able to complete the quarter mile without the nitrous in 8.8 seconds reaching 156 mph.

How much does a time attack car cost?

The entry fee for the Enthusiast Class is normally $400-$500 per car. Depending on the track we are at. Cars may only be registered in one class per event.

Why do time attack cars have so much aero?

Time attack cars are powered by high horsepower engines and their brakes are working overtime – meaning the path of air through the engine bay is critical. Apart from minimising drag, creating downforce, a well designed aero package should also ensure sufficient cooling of various engine and drivetrain components.

Is there a 2000 hp Supra?

Spoiler: It does. 2033 horsepower and 1303 lb-ft of torque, to be exact. That’s thanks to high-strength internals, a massive Precision turbocharger, a Motec ECU, a PPG sequential transmission, and an in-house tune.

How do I get Gridlife time attack?

Drivers who already hold a TT or Comp License from SCCA or other sanctioning body will be automatically approved for a GL TrackBattle Comp license. Drivers new to GRIDLIFE and Time Attack will need to go through a competition evaluation during their first event.

At what speed is Aero effective?

At speeds over 10 mph (16 kph), aerodynamic (aero) drag becomes the dominant force of resistance, with no wind on flat terrain: At 18 mph (29 kph) it becomes 80% of the resistance. 25 mph (40 kph) it becomes 90% of the dominant force.