What Is Time Attack?
You VS the Clock
Time Attack is a fastest lap competition on a real racetrack, using everything from street-driven cars to full-blown race cars. The competition is against the clock; with the aim being to record the fastest lap.
Time Attack, also known as Superlap originated in Japan in the 80s as a proving ground for street-tuned cars built by highly respected tuning companies. With a quick rise in popularity, the event became well-known and tuner shops started developing race cars purpose-built for the event. Within a short period of time the Time Attack format has spread throughout the world.
Starting in 2019 we will have volunteers inspecting cars at the track for both safety and classing. We ask that you bring a copy of your classing .pdf sheet that can be printed from the OTA classing website to help streamline the process as best as possible.
New To Time Attack?
Feeling the itch to get out on track yet? Getting started in Time Attack can feel like a lot, that’s why we compiled a guide to get you started out and on your way. Check out the Beginners guide to time attack over on our forums.
Online registration will be with our online partners MotorsportsReg.com (a.k.a MSR). Simply go to wscc.mortorsportreg.com to get the full list of WSCC Time Attack events, click the link to the event you are interested on and follow the instructions from there. Events will be posted at least 14 days before the event date and the posting will contain the details such as pricing, event schedule and membership requirements.
2019 Schedule of Events
May 24-26 – Time Attack event #1
June 21-23 – Time Attack event #2
July 26-28 – Time Attack event #3 WCMA Runoffs
August 16-18 – Time Attack event #4 CMW Vintage Weekend
September 20-22 – Time Attack event #5 – Season Finale
You can find the calendar to all WSCC events here.
Rulebooks and Helpful Links
OTA Car Classing website
*Note: We are borrowing this website from the OTA. The OTA has asked us to end our usernames with “WSCC”. Feel free to play around on the website and classing however we were asked that we DO NOT “submit our class to the ccc as your official pip schedule”.