Testing the Cobb Motorsports GT-R at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. This looks like a NASA event. A radical and a Trans Am based Camaro that goes by.
COBB Motorsports GT-R at Auto Club Speedway from Brian Lock Racing on Vimeo.
AIT Widebody kit
Engine - Stock during chassis development
Turbo's - AMS Performance w/ upgraded wastegate actuators
Injectors - Injectordynamics 2000cc
Fuel pumps - Dual Bosch 44
ECU - Stock with COBB AccessPort
Data Aquisition and display - Motec ADL2
Intakes - Harman Motive Cold Air
Intercooler hard pipe kit - Harman Motive
Downpipes - Harman Motive
Midipipe - Harman Motive
Oil Cooler - Brooks Motorsports Engineering, LLC
Diff Cooler - Brooks Motorsports Engineering, LLC
Rear Diff Cooler - Brooks Motorsports Engineering, LLC
Tranny Fluid - Willall
Transmission Clutch Packs - SSP Race
Shocks - JRZ Triples
Springs - Hypercoil
Sway Bars - Brooks Motorsports Engineering, LLC Adjustable w/endlinks
Tires - Hoosier R100 Slicks
Brake rotors - Performance Friction stock replacement rotors supplied by MBS
Brake Pads - Performance Friction supplies by MBS
Body - AIT Widebody kit
Rollcage - GT:R Fabrication custom
Seat - Racetech 4009HR
Harnesses - Racetech 3" 6 point
Fuel Cell - stock during development with custom COBB Tuning Surgline surge pot
Aero - Custom GT:R Front Canards, Rear APR GTC-500 Wing
Stuffing those 335’s under the front easily.
Getting it done on the track during Redline Time Attack.
COBB Motorsports Takes the Track Record from Brian Lock Racing on Vimeo.
Brian Lock drives the COBB Tuning GT-R to a new track record at Round One of Redline Time Attack. In the first timed session of the afternoon Brian Lock drove the GT-R to an amazing time of 1.48.8, beating the record by a second.