From its humble beginnings at Oran Park back in 2008, World Time Attack Challenge Sydney has grown into the world’s biggest time attack event and the flagship event at its new home – Sydney Motorsport Park.
It is one of Australia’s most popular and most diverse motorsport events, with a true festival feel and non-stop action both on and off track. From Time Attack and Drifting to Motorsport Legends and Flying 500 there’s something for all motorsport enthusiasts to be excited about.
But you don’t have to be a dedicated motorsport fan to enjoy World Time Attack Sydney. With over 450 show cars on display, more than 60 exhibitors providing a retail experience for the general public, stunt shows and competitions this really is an event for everyone.
Thanks to Pagani Automobili in Italy, the beautiful Pagani Huayra BC, 1 of only 3 in the world, and valued at over $3million dollars, will be driven by world-renowned Japanese motorsport legend, Keiichi Tsuchiya on both days, and will be available for all to see up close and personal in Pagani’s own display area.
The Tilton Evo, revered for its incredible three, back-to-back WTAC titles with driver Garth Walden behind the wheel, will be featured during a “lap of honour” at the event on both days.
This year we’ve also brought back the “International Drift Challenge” which sees one of the strongest fields of drift competitors ever assembled anywhere in the world, with the driver of the Red Bull RX7, New Zealand’s “Mad” Mike Whiddett, taking on the likes of America’s Chris Forsberg, who was crowned “World Champion” of Formula Drift in America, only 2 days ago. Taking place under lights on Friday and Saturday night, it is sure to be an incredible spectacle of action-packed drifting.
We are proud to showcase the amazing city of Sydney by hosting a world-class event here and we look forward to seeing you all there!
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