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2013 Tire Rack One Lap of America
The 2013 Tire Rack One Lap of America was the 30th running of Brock Yates' extreme challenge for driving enthusiasts. This year's event featured eight days of competition between many of the fastest street-legal cars on America's most challenging racetracks! It tested driver and vehicle performance during seventeen timed competition events (road course, autocross and skid pad; drag race was rained out) as well as challenged their endurance during the 3,407 highway miles between venues.
This year's competition commenced Saturday morning, May 4th when Tire Rack hosted competitors to a Wet Skid Pad Cornering Challenge that awarded finishing positions by measuring and averaging the maximum cornering forces each vehicle generated driving a lap in both directions (clockwise and counterclockwise) on the test track's 200' diameter wet skid pad.
Competitors then made their weeklong trek to many of America's premier racetracks for timed competition. These included the Talladega Gran Prix Raceway, Alabama International Dragway, NOLA Motorsports Park, Daytona International Speedway, Carolina Motorsports Park, Virginia International Raceway and the Pittsburgh International Race Complex.
Teams returned to Tire Rack for the final competitive event on Saturday morning, May 11th for a Dry Skid Pad Cornering Challenge followed by the now famous victory tire burnout celebration.
For more detailed information please see the Tire Rack One Lap of America™ website.
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