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Yigo hosts Time Attack 4 Autocross

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Time Attack 4 Autocross was held on the main parking lot of the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. Most of the participants were first timers to autocross. To make the event more exciting it rained during half of the races making the new drivers experience the difference between dry and wet driving.

Taking first in 3 of the 4 runs was Adrian Banu driving his Honda Prelude, Scott Wade came in 2nd 3 out of the 4 runs in his Subaru STI while Chris Twiggs came in 3rd 3 out of 4 runs and first in the 2nd run of the races also racing in his Subaru STI. Schedules for the next races will be posted on Guam's car club forums.

Thanks to the Subaru Club of Guam for hosting the event and making it possible for Advance and Novice drivers alike to experience the thrill of autocross and helping to get racing out of the street and into the race park.

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