This weekend the petrolhead made it out to the track with CFRA (Checkered Flag Racing Association). CFRA is an invite-only race club that visits a variety of tracks in California year round. We try to make it out to 5-6 track days a year to keep our skills in order. Keep reading for Part-1 of our exciting day in Sonoma.
The Morning Walk-through:
This Dodge ACR Viper was by far the quickest in our run group, CFRA “A Group.” This beauty is how the Motortrend guy would put it: “pure automotive awesome!” Performance, functionality, mean looks, high hp, and shotty interior, I LOVE IT!
the petrolhead 1972 Nissan Fairlady 240Z stands no chance against this monster. The CFRA GT-4 classed white Datsun 240Z was putting higher horsepower cars to shame. I am loving the stance, and twin tip huge exhausts!
Look who showed up! Rob Dietsch from Dietsch Werks in San Jose, CA. From a previous visit to his shop to get work done on my car, I saw this stunning Krypton Green S240 in pieces. After his customer had driven it into a curb on his daily drive to work, he sold it to Diestch Werks who have it repaired into a full-time Lotus Cup Competitor!
The Shelby Daytona is one of our all time favorites here at the petrolhead. Although we are fairly confident this was not a authentic Shelby Dayton, it sure was an awesome kit version that deserved two pictures!
That’s the end of Part-1! Stay tuned for Part-2