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- Joined:Thu May 29, 2014 3:46 pm
- Location:Cleveland TN
New SCCA National CAM rules
Solomatters article - classic american muscle cars classified for 2015 tire rack solo program
http://www.solomatters.com/classic_amer ... lo_program
http://scca.cdn.racersites.com/prod/ass ... ut%20b.pdf
CAM-T (Traditional) is for sedans, designed to seat four adults, with body styles that originated from 1954-1972.
CAM-C (Contemporary) is for sedans, designed to seat four adults, with body styles originating from 1978-present.
While the Traditional and Contemporary classes allow limited modifications, the CAM-S (Sports) class is more open. This class is for cars designed to seat at least two adults, with a minimum wheelbase of 90 inches. Examples of allowable modifications on these hotrods include the replacement of heavy side window glass and the removal of floor liners.
125cc Shifter Kart. In work.. American made 1600# and 350+hp.
Gone: 2012 Caterham 170, 2012 Caterham R300, 06 Lotus Exige S, 05 Lotus Elise, 06 Noble M400, 09 Rossion Q1, 92 Turbo MR2, 91 NA MR2, Miata, 86 MR2, WRX, 2015 Zenos E10
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- Joined:Wed Mar 20, 2013 3:53 pm
Clearly, my 57 will dominate CAM-S in the years to come.
ESP 46 'Merica
- Joined:Sat May 18, 2013 10:46 pm
Well, I wasn't aware of the CAM-S class, but it's nice to know that I could still run CAM if I wanted to run street tires. However, 2 sets of Pirelli 305-680-19 slicks are on their way so I am planning on Running ESP again this year. I would rather run A7's or A6's but considering I got 2 sets of full tread pirellis for less than 1 set of hoosiers and I can use the pirellis for both Auto X and open track, it was kinda a no brainer.
2013 Boss 302 Laguna Seca #308 of 750