About Airstrip Attack
WHO ARE WE?
Airstrip Attack was founded in 2011 by Shift-S3ctor owners Jason Huang and Ryan Fisher. Having met each other street racing, they shared the desire to find a legal and safe venue to test the limits of their cars. After a few Shift-S3ctor events at local race tracks, they realized it would take a longer stretch of tarmac to accomplish what they intended—a half-mile race. Airport runways seemed like the ideal venue and, shortly thereafter, Airstrip Attack was born.
Being the first event of its kind on the west coast, the inaugural Airstrip Attack became the talk of the region. That first event took place in February of 2012 and was a private, invite-only event. No timing equipment, no spectators, just raw, side-by-side heads-up racing. Over 80 racers and car enthusiasts showed up with everything from modified Ford GTs and R32 Skylines to high horsepower Corvettes and Porsches.
Two years later, Shift-S3ctor partnered up with Ryan Randels, owner of Colorado-based Revvolution.com, to build on the vision and put Airstrip Attack on a national stage. The organic growth for Airstrip Attack quickly extended to Colorado, Oregon, Indiana, and for 2020, has added both Texas and Kansas events.
This year, Airstrip Attack will see its first season points chase with cash prizes and manufacturer products being awarded to winners of respective competition classes.
What began as a place for street racers to battle it out on the tarmac, half-mile racing has now become a legitimate benchmark in both motorsports and world records.
This is Airstrip Attack