It's hard to say IPRA is broken, they just had approx 130 cars from all over the country attend the nationals at Phillip Island.
The Monaro has a huge power advantage, yet you can see towards the end of the race how it's tyres are going off pretty badly, allowing the smaller cars to really hassle him - and that's on a track that rewards horsepower. He has a lot more horsepower, but is limited with his rim size, which effectively limits his tyre size. Additionally, we all run the same Yokohama Radial Tyre, no slicks, so the extra weight he has to lug around has a much bigger effect on tyres and braking also.
The other thing to consider is budget, that Monaro is a big $$$ car. The car you can't even really see in most of the video is a BA Falcon. He is sooo much quicker than anyone else in the country, but again, huge $$$ and many many years of development - not to mention a bloody good driver too.
It's a great category, with really good people. I certainly considered running street cars here in WA, but there is not enough people in the category. At least with IPRA, there is plenty of people to race with. I'm not looking to break records or win $20 plastic trophies. I just want to get out there and have fun, like most of the guys do.