The World Time Attack Challenge is the largest time attack event around the globe, with motorsport enthusiasts from around the country and abroad coming to attend the event every year.
During the two-day event, spectators get to see the fastest teams from around the world compete as they race against the clock. The Drift Challenge is an exciting highlight, as elite drifters battle head to head in the biggest drift event in Australia.
World Time Attack Challenge 2023 Dates, Program, Start Times, Sydney
Patrons are also treated to an array of activities and attractions inside and outside the track. The Trader Alley is filled with exhibitors showcasing their latest merchandise and offer expert consultations on everything motorsport.
Automotive enthusiasts will be amazed at the sheer array of engine components, brakes, suspension, wheels, turbos, and car care products available at the event. Several food outlets are located in the Pit Zone, as well as in the ski pad area and behind the Grand Stand.
However, spectators should keep in mind that the Pit Lane, located on the trackside of the garages, is a restricted area. Only accredited media and competitors will be allowed inside the Pit Lane – but the Pit Building Roof and the Grand Stand are open to the public. The quickest way to reach the Grand Stand from the Pit Zone is by taking the underground tunnel between the control tower and the Pit Building.
Disabled facilities are available, although parking will be limited. Just show disability stickers to the security and they will assist you in finding a spot. A lift can also take you to the Pit Building roof.
The World Time Attack Challenge is held at the Sydney Motorsport Park at Eastern Creek; located 40 kilometres west from Sydney’s CBD. The nearest suburbs are Blacktown, Rooty Hill, and Mt Druitt, and since there is no public transportation available all the way to the venue, it’s best reached via City Rail train to Blacktown – then from here, you can hail a taxi.
Spectators who wish to stay near the event may choose to book accommodation nearby; there are several choices just a few minutes away, as well as in the nearby suburbs above.
Both multi-day and single-day passes will be available online and at the gate – although it doesn’t include parking. Two ATM’s will be available on-site during the event as well.
The World Time Attack Challenge will push through, rain, hail or shine!