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Improved Production is one of the largest, most spectacular, fastest growing and diverse touring car categories in Australia.
The category operates under the umbrella of CAMS (the Confederation
of Australian Motor Sport).
As the name suggests the class is modelled on production based touring cars that have been “improved” for racing purposes. The category regulations are concise yet allow quite a high level of modification.
The level of modifications permitted and the relatively inexpensive nature of the class provide a foundation that allows both the racer and designer ample opportunity to create a fast and exciting form of racing car.
Address:P.O Box 1194 Paradise Point, QLD 4216
President - Drew Lawrence
Vice President - Troy Marinelli
Treasurer - Peter Lettice
Secretary - Aaron Lawrence
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As seen in a number of motor racing categories Improved Production has a number of capacity classes within the overall category. The classes are as follows:
0 - 1600 cc
1600 - 2000 cc
2000 - 3000 cc
3000 - 6000 cc
All Classes are combined in common races which ensures there is great competition throughout the field. The category is truly a “national class” as every State and the North Territory conduct their own IPRA (Improved Production Racing Association) Championship and the Improved Production Nationals are held annually on a state rotational basis. All Improved Production cars around the country run on a common Yokohama controlled tyre.
Many different makes of cars make our grids
around the country including Mazda RX7s, BMWs,
Toyotas, Hondas, Nissans, Commodores and Falcons
to name but a few. We run approximately 6 to 7
meetings a year in Queensland at Morgan Park
(Warwick), Lakeside (Brisbane) and
Queensland Raceway (Willowbank). Many of our local members compete
interstate on a regular basis at tracks such as Phillip Island, Hidden Valley & Eastern Creek.
Our club meets on the 1st Monday of each month at
Unit 16 – 23 Ashtan Place,
Banyo except public holidays. Please come along to a race meeting, have a
look and talk to some of the competitors - but be warned it becomes addictive!