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    Yaris S
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    Maine (ME)
  1. A world record in the H class. The 1.016 to 1.523 L class. In the Production Supercharged category. Now this is one heck of a story here. Personally I don't think that "destroking" a motor is as exciting as what I am trying to do, but it is still one heck of a feat of engineering with their MR2. Another differentiation is that I am attempting my goals in a mere mile...not 4-7 on the Salt Flats. Granted you can get much more bang for your buck on tarmac, but still once again I will be doing it with a street legal daily driver. My car will also still actually be in the Production Supercharged category and also the Yaris is definitely of course not classified as a Sports car. There are a lot of differences between us really, but the core of it is that this team unless mistaken sits at the world's fastest 1.5L car at 199mph. My goal if I can get everything put together for this summer/fall will be 175mph in only a mile which unless mistaken is a mile world record and it will be done in an econobox grocery getter. I guess only time will tell! The Fastest Little Sports Car Please if you have any interest at all take the few minutes to read. This is a very cool story in my book. :headbang: If anyone is interested in following my story you can find me on facebook: TTR on Facebook My channel on Youtube: TTR YouTube
  2. Team Tiamat Racing stems from the desire to live by a certain mantra: “Dream Big, Do Bigger!” TTR began as the love for automobiles and their heritage by the owner’s father and uncle. I am the owner and operator. I decided in 2010 that I wanted to do something truly unique and make a name for the abilities of the Toyota Yaris and the 1nz-fe drivetrain. Vehicles that have been in my stable have been a 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe, a 1960 Pontiac Bonneville 2 door Hardtop, a 1959 Chevy Apache 3200 Long Bed, a 1986 Ford Escort Pony, and previous to the Yaris a 1996 Toyota Tercel. Both my father and uncle have had a tried and true heritage of great vehicles to include motorcycles which infused me with the longing to always be part of the automotive segment. Now is the chance to seize opportunity. What better way to emulate the philosophy of Dream Big, Do Bigger than to attempt to aspire to take a meager offering such as the fuel efficient and economical Toyota Yaris to a level quite possibly never imagined.