WTAC: Exhibitor Spaces Now Open

By: iMODIFY  18-Feb-2012

What started as a local event in 2008, at Sydney’s now defunct Oran Park Raceway, has grown into an international-class event that has no equal anywhere in the world and is now “the event” that time attack racers around the world aspire to attend and represent their country at.

This rapid growth has been attributed firstly to the affordability of time attack racing in comparison to other forms of motorsport, and whilst it may not be cheap to build a PRO level time attack car, it is considerably more affordable than running a race series in any other professional level class, with the lower time attack classes still affordable to the average wage earner giving tuning shops and their customers the possibility of competing in an international motorsport event, something that was previously unheard of.

The second and most important reason for the success of the World Time Attack is the unprecedented support from the local business and tuning community. Most of our sponsors have been with us from day one and we go out of our way to make sure they get value for money and are able to more than just recoup their investment.

We want people walking around the pits at the World Time Attack Challenge to be hit with a bevy of the absolute best tuning products available anywhere, all in the one place with technicians on hand from the respective companies to answer any questions and providing valuable advice.

If you have attended or exhibited at the 2011 World Time Attack you will agree that the WTAC Pit Zone Trader Alley is like no other. The calibre and quality of both the exhibitors and spectators has surpassed our wildest expectations.

The Pit Zone area has sold out months prior to the event. This year we have extended the Pit Zone trader area to accommodate more exhibitors but we expect the spots to fill as fast as last year so if you are interested, secure your spot now!

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