Eiji “Tarzan” Yamada has defended his title in the Pro Class with an amazing 1:28.8510 in the Cyber Evo. Similar to last year, David Empringham in the Sierra Sierra Evo set the leading pace until Tarzan beat it again. Third place went to Mitsuhiro Kinoshita in the beautiful Garage Revolution RX7. For all results, click here.
The Global Auto SUN Cyber Evo. Love the aero.
The Garage Revolution RX7.
Behind the cockpit.
The Pulse Racing Evo.
Tarzan about to pilot the Mercury Motorsport GTR.
The Hankook WRX.
The GT Auto Garage GTR.
The Mercury Motorsport GTR.
Garth Walden was the fastest Aussie in the Tilton Interiors Evo with a time of 1:30.8660!
A fresh set of semis were always available when needed.
Robert Nguyen and his CRX came down from Queensland. He won the Fastest NA FWD trophy.
Equipped with a K24 stroked to 2.5L, it was one of the loudest cars of the event.
Luke Ryall’s Honda Civic won Fastest FWD, just.
Matt Mead and his 600mm.
Jacky Yick, fastest RWD in the Clubsprint Class.
A bit of fiery drama in pitlane.
Anthony Soole’s Ford Focus RS.
The sun was starting to set on that gorgeous Friday.
Earl Bamber piloted the MCA S13 to a Top 10 finish in the Pro Class with a time of 1:33.0620.
The Tectaloy Drift Challenge started.
Then an unfortunate accident happened.
Cole taking a deep breath.
Mad Mike from New Zealand wow’ed the crowds with the looks and sounds of his quad rotor RX7.
This year I only took photos on the Friday as on Saturday I was helping out with some filming. I can’t wait for 2012! Check out the rest of my set here.