Project Race Car WTAC Civic is the plan for a journey to World Time Attack Challenge thanks to our friends at Bosch Motorsport Australia. Purchasing a EK Civic from Tasmania (of all places), we will be making upgrades to the car including installing a national level roll cage, engine swap, tuning and development of wheels/tyre combo to try and get the most out of the car, while staying within a relatively modest budget.

Join the adventure as we try and make our little civic a potent track weapon.



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EPISODE 1: In this episode we travel to Melbourne to collect the EK Civic and then give it its’ first track day in our ownership with a run at SMSP with the NSW SuperSprint Championship.
EPISODE 2: In episode 2 we decide to make a few changes to the car ahead of a second track day at Wakefield Park. Unfortunately, Dan didn’t do his research as well as he thought and ordered parts that didn’t fit the Civic. So, we ran the car anyway before beginning the strip down process.
EPISODE 3: In Episode 3 the boys strip the old original motor from the Civic to prepare for dropping in a new powerplant
EPISODE 4: Following the engine removal, the team hooks into getting the sound deadening out of the interior so that the car can be prepped for paint.
EPISODE 5: We get down to the process of test fitting the roll cage and setting out how we will arrange our seating position in the mighty Civic.