Day One of our Global Time Attack at Autobahn Country Club is complete. And what a day it was with no less than two class records and one overall record being reset. Tomorrow things promise to get even wilder. The first session will go off at 9:10am and our GTA Live! live stream will come online at 10:30am here. Here is a complete rundown of the day’s times with some brief notes on the action.

Unlimited GT AWD

P1: Jeff Westphal – GST Motorsports Subaru Impreza – 1:23.594*

P2: Tony Wiesenhahn – TurninConcepts Subaru WRX – 1:28.974

P3: Ryan Upham – Mitsubishi Evo VIII – 1:31.445

P4: Tony Szirka – UMS Tuning Mitsubishi Evo 8 – 1:32.189

P5: Andrei Tsaran – THMotorsports Subaru WRX STi – NT

Unlimited GT RWD

P1: Gary Rubio – Performance Motorsport Nissan 370Z – 1:34.851

P2: Carmine Dell Aquilla – Performance Motorsport Chevrolet Z06 Corvette – 1:42.264

Unlimited GT FF

P1: Aaron Byram – Pure Tuning Honda Civic – 1:31.628

P2: Chris Rado – Team Need For Speed WORLD Racing Scion tC – 1:43.717

Limited GT AWD

P1: Ryan Gates – Nitto Tire Mitsubishi Evo X – 1:30692

P2: Jeremy Rohrs – SSP Nissan GT-R – 1:37.180

P3: Mark Forenbaher – Team Foren/Ivey Tune Mitsubishi Evo IX – 1:39.163

Street GT AWD

P1: Daniel O’Donnell – Professional Awesome Mitsubishi Evo VII – 1:34.275**

P2: Micaiah Hackbarth – Mitsubishi Evo IX – 1:36.492

Street GT RWD

P1: Bryan Hedian – Wired Race Team Honda S2000 – 1:44.034

P2: Frank Hart – #30 Chick Fil A Mazda RX-8 – 1:46.158


*Jeff Westphal sets new overall time attack track record with 1:23.594

**Daniel O’Donnell sets new Street GT AWD record with 1:34.275

Jeremy Rohrs has transmission problems forcing him to retire.

Andrei Tsaran’s THMotorsports team finishes building engine off-site on Saturday, plans to arrive at Autobahn on Sunday.

Gary Rubio’s Performance Motorsport team replaces engine just before event. Team chases electrical issues throughout Day One.

Carmine Dell Aquilla’s Performance Motorsport team deals with suspension gremlins.

Chris Rado’s Team Need For Speed WORLD Racing team finishes car in time for last session. Improper ride height causes spin.

Daniel O’Donnell’s Professional Awesome team lifts head gasket and then damages transmission just before Autobahn event. Team thrashes to fix car mere hours before Day One’s sessions.