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SCCA Class

Postby Vanquizor » 12 Sep 2013, 13:12

What class was Midlana (and the cage) designed and built for?

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Re: SCCA Class

Postby Midlana1 » 12 Sep 2013, 14:37

It's a combination of the standard SCCA cage spec, crossed with the practicality of needing to be able to get in and out on a regular basis. For this reason I doubt that it would pass SCCA inspection, but that's the advantage of trackday events - there are no rules. Other than standard safety (brake, tire, and suspension tests) what you drive is up to you.

Different cage configurations are discussed in the book and note which ones are SCCA-compliant. (Of course, their rules may be different now so it's always a moving target.)

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Re: SCCA Class

Postby Vanquizor » 12 Sep 2013, 14:58

thanks for the quick reply. Have you considered a cage/body work variant that would allow it to run as a Sport Racer?

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Re: SCCA Class

Postby Midlana1 » 12 Sep 2013, 15:38

It's in the book, but basically is just adding a couple tubes. Just keep in mind that it'll be more of a bitch to get into if you drive it much on the street.


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