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Drag class for late models? Sport Compact class!


DoughBoy
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Hi Guys,

In an effort to get more than just "street meet" mileage on my car, I've been checking out what classes I would be able to run my ECR33 in. Something that would allow me to be semi-competitive (I really don't want to be the wooden spooner!), be reasonable on the budget (I don't want to re-engineer the car or buy more parts) and allow it to be a street registerable and drivable thing.

Checking out the ANDRA website I noticed there was a rulebook for Sport Compacts (silly term the yanks use for imports) with a bunch of new classes and categories. I think there are enough catergories in it to allow from mildly modded cars up to full-chassis beasts - download the guide here (555 K) and see what you think of it.

Although VL's will probably have a distinct advantage due to solid rear axle and less weight I still think Skylines will be able to hold their own due to minimum weight breaks.

Who would consider running their street car in this series? Sure beats dial-your-own....

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