We are planning something special for this year and we want you to be a part of it!
In just short eight years, the Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge Sydney has grown into the world’s biggest time attack event and the flagship event at Sydney Motorsport Park.
Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge Sydney has cemented its position as the country’s premier motorsport event. With participation, attendance and media coverage rivalling many mainstream events, WTAC has redefined the way motorsport events are run and promoted. With a string of track records under its belt, a thriving competitor and fan base, WTAC is a truly international event, respected and recognised by the racing fraternity all around the world.
The 2016 event exceeded all expectations as fans from around Australia and around the world converged en-masse on Sydney Motorsport Park to be a part of the WTAC spectacle. This was matched with record spectator numbers and live stream viewership.
But the World Time Attack Challenge is no longer just a niche motorsport event. With mainstream news covering the launch and being recognised by the Sport NSW as the 2016 Event of the Year (tied 1st place with the HSBC Rugby 7s), WTAC continues to grow and reach a larger audience each year.
With a constant stream of active and interested spectators walking through the trader alley during the event, exhibiting at WTAC puts your brand front and center in front of a massive targeted audience. Time after time we had many exhibitors and spectators commenting that WTAC is the closest thing Australia has to a SEMA Trade Show! We also have many opportunities from global brands to advertise on our livestream and reach an extremely attentive and targeted audience directly relevant to your product.
We have an extremely limited number of sponsor and exhibitor packages available and as with previous years these will all sell out many months in advance so get in quick!
See you at the track in October.
5 Facts You Need To Know About WTAC
1. WTAC Social Media Reach during the 2016 event was 2,750,657
2. WTAC Live Stream broadcast reaches 48 countries and 677,079 viewers
3. WTAC Highlights on SBS Speedweek was watched by 409,591 viewers
4. WTAC Website attracts over 186,000 visits during the event.
5. WTAC is covered by publications in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, UK, Japan and Malaysia