Before I get into the Professional Awesome Racing Evo, I just want to give a shout out to the RS Motors Evo that competed very well this year in the Unlimited AWD class. Unfortunately I didn’t get any photos of the car but it looked absolutely stunning in all white attire. The car definitely looked more refined this year and it came close to beating its personal best from last year’s SLB with a 1:40.512… just shy of its best time of 1:40.051. I think besides, the Cam-Jam STi, the RS Motors Evo was my favorite car in the Unlimited AWD class, I just loved how it looked and I for sure regret not getting any photos of it. Now, back to the matter at hand, the Professional Awesome Racing Evo. One of my favorite thing about this car is not the car itself, but the name… Professional Awesome Racing. I mean, how fucking awesome does that name sound, and in this case, the name matches the car cause this thing goes around the track pretty damn fast. So fast, in fact, that it was able to clock in a 1:38.454, good enough for second place overall this year and nearly taking the top spot!
Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!
The car looked relatively unchanged and still a little rough around the edges, but in some way, I love how it looks.
The APR Performance triple element wing seems to be the wing of choice for some of the fastest time attackers in North America… I suppose it’s kinda like the equivalent of the Voltex Type 16 in Japan.
WedsSport TC105N wrapped in Hoosier A7… it doesn’t get much stickier than this.
The car was poised for perhaps a new overall record lap but sensor issues kept the car from performing at its full potential on day two. It looks like Professional Awesome will be joining the rest of the competitors and wait till next season to get their shot again at the overall record. Will Au-Yeung and his Vibrant Civic still reigns supreme… for now.