Coming off a catastrophic engine fire at the season opener of the Global Time Attack series at Buttonwillow Raceway Park, WORLD Racing had less than two weeks to rebuild most of the front end of the Need For Speed tC FWing 2.0 for Round 2 at Road Atlanta.
With the rebuilt tC running strong, Chris Rado set out for the track record. Unfortunately during Friday’s run, Chris struck a piece of debris that blew out his left front tire, sending him off course at more than 175 miles per hour. The crew worked through the night to get the tC repaired and back on the track for Saturday’s session.
The team’s hard work paid off with a first place finish and a new FWD track record of 1:25.555!
The next Global Time Attack Series is just a couple weeks away at Palm Beach International Raceway In Jupiter, Florida on June 1 and 2. Stay tuned as Rado and the WORLD Racing team aims to take down another track record.
Watch WORLD Racing’s recap video below: