Miles Snags Two Firsts, Breaks Four-Year Record on Air Lift Performance Suspension
LANSING, MI – May 10, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Cody Miles, 2015 Redline Time Attack Street Class champion, once again tore up the track at Global Time Attack at Road Atlanta over the weekend.
The only time attack driver on air suspension, Miles shattered the Overall Street Class four-year standing record against all FWD and RWD competitors by a full second, with a lap time of 1:31.2. He also finished first by over four seconds in the AWD Street Class.
Miles runs his 2007 Subaru STi equipped with an Air Lift Performance 3H control system and performance air suspension, which he says gives him the control and versatility he needs to face any kind of pavement ahead of him.
“I saw an immediate improvement in my car’s handling after installing the Air Lift Performance 3H System,” Miles said. “And the development and engineering support I get from the Air Lift Performance team is incredible.”
“We’re extremely proud of Cody because he was competing with a new motor and car set-up, he was on street tires and he had never run the Road Atlanta track ever before, and then sets a new record. On top of that, he’s really showing everyone what performance air suspension is capable of,” said Devin Pringle, marketing manager, Air Lift Performance.
The first time Miles raced his Subaru on Air Lift Performance was at a Redline Time Attack in March of 2015. Among more than 100 drivers, Miles snared a first place in his class that day. Winning many races throughout the series he ended the season Overall Street Class Champion of the 2015 season of Redline Time Attack – the first time that series has been taken by a car on air suspension.
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