2023 Yokohama Improved Production Nationals
June 16-18 Sydney Motorsport Park
2023 Yokohama Improved Production Nationals entry now live
Almost three hours of on-track time for all competitors
Evening track time confirmed
Huge reduction in entry fee
If you’ve dreamed of racing against the best Improved Production racers in the country, now is your opportunity.
A limited number of spots for the 2023 Yokohama Improved Production Nationals at Sydney Motorsport Park on June 16-18 are now open to eligible competitors.
What’s more, a revised entry price means a greater opportunity to take your place in the most competitive IPRA grid of 2023.
For just $695, 2023 Yokohama Improved Production Nationals competitors will enjoy an abundance of track time, a welcome dinner event on Friday night and a hooded sweatshirt as part of their entry pack.
Exclusive use of the Sydney Motorsport Park skidpan area and access to the Yokohama Lounge above the SMSP pit complex is also included.
“It’s been a challenging year thus far securing sufficient track time and resources at arguably Australia’s most popular racetrack, but we’ve reached a point where we can now welcome Improved Production racers from around Australia,” said IPRA NSW president Ian Price.
Prohibitive costs and scheduling conflicts with other SMSP events have seen plans to provide marquee garages shelved in favour of a more affordable entry cost.
“Three full days of action, a welcome dinner and an event hoodie for all racers, all for less than $700, is a testament to the hard work of the IPRA NSW committee and Motorsport Australia,” said Price.
“We would also like to thank Yokohama Australia for its support of the IPRA Nationals, and make special mention of our other sponsors, Ravenol Australia and Pitcher Partners.”
Entries will close on 9 June – click here to enter
The action will be livestreamed on YouTube on the final day of competition, with a post-event package provided in the week following the event. The event will also be post-broadcast on 7plus.
IPRA NSW will host a function on Friday evening which will be open to all competitors, as well as to our sponsors and IPRA NSW volunteers.
Racers from seven states and territories are set to compete, with multiple state and national champions also keen to show their skill at Improved Production’s biggest event of the year.