The 2018 World time attack challenge was once again the mecca for time attack. With thousands of spectators and teams from around the world in attendance, we saw non-stop racing and attractions. None more special for me than Keiichi Tsuchiya piloting Beau Yates' Toyota genuine part AE86. The car was specially built for the event and showed that the 63 year old DK still had some to give. We were hired by MCA, the two time Pro class winner to capture its last year in the competition and naturally, we got to enjoy all the other sights and sounds WTAC has to offer. It seems the drifting went to another level this year. Japan’s Naoki Nakamura took the victory on his debut. Changing light, rain and the need for very aggressive entry speeds made this the highlight for many.
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