IPRA Australia Survey Question

SHOULD AFTERMARKET BLOCKS BE PERMITTED IN IPRA?

 

Motorsport Australia has asked whether you would like to have aftermarket blocks permitted in IPRA or not.

 

Definition of Aftermarket engine block

An aftermarket engine block is an engine block that differs from the mass-produced block in any way. For example, it may differ by being altered in material type, in material thickness/structure, it may have moved the location of ancillaries, or altered for better performance. It may also differ only by not being manufactured by the original vehicle manufacturer. These aftermarket engine blocks are sometimes referred to as Replacement blocks, Motorsport blocks, competition blocks, racing blocks, etc.

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    QUESTION 1

    Should aftermarket blocks be permitted in IPRA?

    YESNO

    QUESTION 2

    Are you currently running a block that could be interpreted as an aftermarket or motorsport block?

    YESNOPREFER NOT TO SAY

     

    Responses will not be accepted for incomplete, incorrect or misleading information in the form above. Only responses from current state members will be counted. If you have any concerns then please contact your local state delegate.