A D R I A R A C E W A Y
After a massive rush to get the car ready I was able to make it to the 4th round of the Italian Time Attack championship at Adria International Raceway. The event is known for being a night race, starting at 5pm and closing off at midnight. This is both first time attack event I’ve seen and competed in, and I was incredibly impressed by the level of builds in Italy. The championship has exploded over the past couple of years with a lot of interest bringing in some impressive Italian and Swiss builds. The following photos only capture a small amount of what was present, about 120 cars, as I didn’t have time to thoroughly explore the pack.
The cars competing ranged from fairly light tuned roads cars, like this Integra, to purpose built Time Attack cars.
All classes except the Extreme classes can run up to Semi slicks (with width restrictions); Extreme can run racing slicks as seen on this S2000.
Minis were super popular.
The incredibly quick J-Spec Performance Evos came down from Switzerland to compete. Some of the fastest street legal entries.
Running the new ZE40s.
Angelo’s quick S14A. Almost 400hp and some serious lap times to prove it.
I’ve really just scratched the surface of what was there. Some high power cars coming out of Italy and a lot of them also street legal.