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World’s fastest modified cars race against the clock at World Time Attack Challenge

Posted on 6 August 2012

Australia’s fastest modified cars, and a number of international competitors, will hit Sydney Motorsport Park (previously known as Eastern Creek Raceway) this weekend for the 2012 Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC).

WTAC involves cars racing against the clock, instead of each other, with the quickest vehicle being declared the winner. A number of different categories cater for everything from stock street cars to highly modified vehicles custom built for WTAC.

After speculation that it would not compete, the reigning and undefeated WTAC champion ‘Cyber Evo’ will return for one final event before retiring. The legendary Eiji “Tarzan” Yamada will once again take the wheel to defend the Japanese team’s title.

More than half a dozen Australian teams will compete at the event, running everything from Evo 9s and Nissan R34 GTRs, to a Lotus Exige and a Ford Falcon Ute. There are also several international teams travelling down under from Japan, the UK, USA and New Zealand.

Some of the teams competing include RE Amemiya, Advan/Hi Octane Racing, Scorch Racing, Redbrick Racing, Pulse Racing, Team Top Fuel/Voltex, MCA Suspension, V-Sport and many more. The highs standard of vehicles in competition will make this year’s event an unmatchable battle of speed.

The 2012 Yokohama World Time Attack Challenge will be held at Sydney Motorsport Park from 10th - 11th August 2012. To find out more visit

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