The event was not just limited to Subaru WRX and STI’s however, the track day was open to many other makes and models including European, Japanese, Porsche and one very special Ferrari 458. The result was friendly and respectful competition with a variety of cars that most competitors appreciated.
For the Subaru’s on the circuit there were over 40 turbocharged WRX Imprezas that raced in the two most competitive classes (Clubman and Sprint), resulting in less than a second separating the top 3 racers of the day.
And best of all, contrary to Rebecca Judd’s Melbourne weather prediction; the rainfall held off just long enough for the track day to conclude. While racers enjoyed the warm tarmac; many spectators walked away with a case of sunburn.
Many competitors in attendance took advantage of Phillip Islands Gran Prix Circuit to prepare for the upcoming Subinats: The Subaru Nationals which is being held at the same race track later in July this year.
The WRX Club of Victoria is hosting its next track day at Calder Park on the 28th of February 2016, if you would like to know more about the club or view their upcoming motorsport calendar please follow this link.
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Words and Photography by: Ben Cadwallader – Cad Photography