2019 IPRA NATIONALS UPDATE
The Hobart Sporting Car Club invite you to compete at this year’s 2019 Improved Production Nationals in conjunction with the Tasmanian Circuit Racing Championship at one of the best driver’s circuits in Australia, the historic Pepsi Max Baskerville Raceway, Tasmania over the weekend of 15th to 17th Nov 2019’.
The HSCC prides itself on putting some of the best and friendliest events that you’ll ever attend, So do yourself a favour, be part of this event which will be one of the most special race meetings that you will ever get to compete at where you will enjoy plenty of track time over three days in a relaxed and social motor sport event like no other. As we say, like it use to be!
This form will register your interest in this event and will enable the organisers to get an info pack returned to you with the full details of the weekend and to also keep you in touch with information as it comes to hand.
An Improved Production race car is defined as a modified road car intended for race track use, and is made popular by the fact that it is fast, and relatively inexpensive (as race cars go...) Based on a production body shell, and then carrying out limited modifications to engines, brakes and suspension proved to be a popular formula with both beginners and experienced competitors alike.
IPRA NATIONAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
At the recent IPRA AUSTRALIA National board meeting held in Sydney mid August 2018 the implementation of a National subcommittee to handle all technical enquiries for 3 J Improved Production Regulations was established.
The committee is to be known as The NATIONAL TECHNICAL COMMITTEE (NTC) The appointed chairman is Mr Steve Cherry who is supported by panel members Gary McKay , Gary Cook , Grant Maitland and Greg Hartnett. The very knowledgeable committee is responsible for providing advice and recommendations to the National Board and CAMS on the 3J Regulations for 3J Improved Production.
The NTC was established to provide a central point of contact where regulation inquiries or clarification could be sought in timely and uniformed manner. These responses will be documented, and an audit trail created for future reference should it be required at any time in the future. To seek clarification on any Improved Production Regulation it is recommended that a state Technical Officer be contacted in the first instance or a Technical Inquiry Form (NTC F1) which is available for downloading from the national website be submitted to the NTC.
It is envisaged that with the formation of this committee that over time the 3j regulations will become a much more clearer and understandable document and will in turn see a more uniform implementation of the regulations throughout the category.
IPRAA National Board
State Delegates Working For You.
State delegates are volunteers who donate their precious time to ensure each state is equally represented and to convey each states proposals and objections into a national forum for further consideration.