its a street car, nothing more... However I dont see how that makes you disqualified?wow, ummm. it's cool but you just disqualified your car from participating in most sanctioned track events. Especially D1 competitions.
bingo, that's the exact rule I was thinking of, but I believe nasa and scca have similar rules also, but don't quote me on it. But if it's just for fun, have at it, the project rocks otherwise.Oh you mean this?
Basic Chassis Design
The vehicle chassis, frame and / or unibody must remain unmodified
between the vertical planes created by the original forward most and
rearward most suspension mounting points unless otherwise specified
in these rules. Uni-body or chassis may be seam welded.
Yup, I guess since its behind the shock towers a bit.... oh well, was not the intention of this car.
As far as I read SCCA it says some modifications are OK to the frame, but must be approved. I dont see it not passing a "tech" like that... its perfectly safe and just as strong as factory. I know "track days" make sure you have a mounted seat, mounted seat belt, matching wheels / safe tread and no leaks. Its pretty easy to do those with any vehicle.bingo, that's the exact rule I was thinking of, but I believe nasa and scca have similar rules also, but don't quote me on it. But if it's just for fun, have at it, the project rocks otherwise.
No longer much easier, since all it needs is to be welded... already cut and mocked up... lolYES I think it would be MUCH easier to run two w/gates of smaller size when you have two entries like that..
One each bank...