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Author Topic:   Rules?
shakin
Administrator
posted March 06, 2000 08:02 AM
How do the rules differ in these classes from one track to the next? I have heard a lot of people that can't run at other places because of different rules in these classes.


BK19
Member
posted March 06, 2000 06:42 PM
some tracks allow flattop pistons only and some allow only certain head numbers some have cube limits some have compression limits these are just a few of the different rules


BK19
Member
posted March 07, 2000 04:18 PM
another rule some tracks only allow automatic trannsmissions


MIKET
Member
posted April 01, 2000 05:03 PM
We have all four of those rules in IMCA then they tell you it's track promoters choise whether it's checked by head # or a whistler
test but they won't tell you which way they will check you,so we cover all the area's as so not to get in trouble.


fastrack1
Member
posted April 09, 2000 07:28 AM
hey it is a old trick so you cant go run some where else its called keeping u at home what they dont know it would benefit both parties just lke this rule can run a 600.oo triple disk but no aluminium flywheel or no alum intake


jammin
Administrator
posted April 09, 2000 08:10 AM
I understand where you are coming from Fast. Tracks are letting these classes get way out of hand, and its costing the entry level guys big bucks to get in and start running from the start. That is going to hurt the sport, because less people will get involved. The problem here I see is, partial limiting. If its a limited class, limit the cars completely, not partially. But I do agree with you, and I hope a few track promoters read this message. For this reason, sanctioning organizations are so important in racing today.

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