Nissan 370z are beginning to hit their stride and finished a strong 4th in class. With equally impressive performances in the super session wheel-to-wheel race, cobb motorsports left new jersey leading the east coast championship points race in both the modified awd and street tire awd classes and 4th place in enthusiast rwd class. Success did not come easily, as the weekend certainly had its challenges. The modified class nissan gt-r began developing engine hiccups in right hand corners early in the weekend that became progressively worse throughout the event. Calibrator tim bailey and car chief dustin harris initially suspected fuel starvation issues, but problems continued even with a full fuel tank, triggering the ecu into limp mode and forcing brian to pit. The issue was later determined to be electrical, which can often be very difficult to find and solve quickly. The gt-r failed to complete a single full power lap in both sunday morning practice sessions and even took the car out of the first timed session on sunday afternoon. The team worked feverishly between time attack sessions, checking every electrical connection and thoroughly securing the wiring loom to prevent any movement on track.