HONDATA Breaks Four Landspeed Records In An RSX Type-S
Date: August 22, 2007 22:41
HONDATA Press Release
Monday August 19th 2007
LA resident, Doug Macmillan, co-founder of Los Angeles-based Hondata, drove his Acura RSX / (Honda Integra) to four new records at the Bonneville Nationals Speed Week (Aug 11 through 17th).
A rookie driver, Macmillan drove a two-liter front wheel drive 2003 Acura RSX (Honda Integra) in the G class altered coupe and competition coupe classes, competing in both gas and fuel categories. Over the seven days of competition, Macmillan set four records, with a highest one-way speed of 190.1 mph (305.9 km/h) in the G/FCC class (with nitrous oxide) and 172.mph in the G/GCC class (naturally aspirated).
The K20 engine, built by Prototype Racing makes 270 HP naturally aspirated and 390 when running on nitrous oxide.
Records are an average of two runs.
|CLASS||Old Record ||New Record|
A guide to classes:
G = 1.5 to 2 liters
/G = gas (spec gasoline – Naturally Aspirated),
/F = fuel (Any fuel can be used. Our choice was VP import fuel + nitrous oxide)
ALT = altered coupe (minor nose alterations)
CC = competition coupe (smoother nose and bellypan)
For more information contact:
386 Beech Ave, Unit B2
Torrance, CA 90501
Ph 310 782-8278 or
Ph 310 936-1865
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August 23, 2007 21:22