What class for the Sprint?

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Re: What class for the Sprint?

Post by Duffnut » Wed Oct 22, 2014 9:35 am

:D
Thanks, we tend to enjoy it too. Always enjoyed watching motorsports so figured I may as well make myself useful while I'm doing it.
Would like to do more but family are still a bit young to get out as much as I would like. So occasionally and locally for me at the moment.
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Re: What class for the Sprint?

Post by locost_Mark » Mon May 04, 2015 7:22 pm

I,ve done three sprints in my little car, entering as sports libre, It tends to be a lonely class 12, with a 918 turbo engine I,m wondering if I should go as a modified limited production?

Car based upon a Locost frame, although scratch built this has been commercially available by the likes of Stuart Taylor for a number of years and has its own race series.

918cc + turbo = 1,285 cc

Category C. Modified Limited Production Cars (S.10.10.3) and Modified Specialist production Cars (S 10.10.4)
Class 9 Up to 1400cc
Class 10 Over 1400cc to 2000cc
Class 11 Over 2000cc
Category D. Sports Libre Cars (S.10.10.6)
Class 12 Up to 1800cc
Class 13 Over 1800cc

Category C. Modified Limited Production Cars & Modified Specialist Production Cars.
Cars must comply with regulations S. 12.1 to 12.9.2

Thanks Mark

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