Evasive Motorsports Honda S2000RS makes its WTAC debut this August at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Evasive Motorsports and Dai Yoshihara Set to Compete at 2024 WTAC Australia

All systems go as ENEOS ambassadors Evasive Motorsports and Dai Yoshihara are set for international competition with the Evasive Honda S2000RS, battling in the Pro Class at the 2024 World Time Attack Challenge at Sydney Motorsport Park in Australia this August 30-21.

ENEOS is proud to support Evasive during the team’s first endeavor to Australia, the ultimate goal being, “To be the fastest time attack car in — and from — the USA,” according to Evasive CEO, Mike Chang. “WTAC has always been a bucket list event for us; since the early 2010s where we saw the Cyber EVO and other legendary cars compete, we knew one day we had to be there. We’re excited to see how our S2000RS compares with other lap times set by other legendary S2Ks.

Evasive S2000RS at the 2023 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Dai Yoshihara has his eyes set on making the Evasive Motorsports S2000RS one of the fastest S2Ks in the world at the 2024 WTAC.
Evasive S2000RS during midweek practice at the 2023 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

The Evasive S2000RS has seen five Pikes Peak International Hill Climb campaigns in various configurations, but the most recent S2000RS version has the record for fastest S2K at Buttonwillow Raceway (1:41.1) and is also the fastest Honda at WeatherTech Laguna Seca (1:25.0).

Chang adds, “The S2000RS was built for time attack, and given our history at Pikes Peak, it’s inevitable that we’d put it to the challenge at WTAC!

Stay tuned for further details as Evasive and Yoshihara continue to make further developments to the S2000RS in preparation for Sydney.