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struckn
Hemmings On Line today has an article about SCCA starting a new Autocross Solo competition for non American made cars 1974 and older. The comments explain that the rules allow that if the car is newer then '74 but same as the 74 model year they qualify. This sounds like it opens the door for the early 914's and possibly the newer 914's based on the engines as the determining factor.
Racer
I recall reading about this a few years ago. I think this class is geared more towards slower/older european cars.. like British roadsters (Morgan, MG, Triumph etc). Most Porsches (and Alfa's and Lotus') of any vintage still enjoy a modern class (ie, C Stock or now C Street) is where 914s are still classed. Also, I think this class is more local/regional than a national class.. so support for it may be spotty.
struckn
QUOTE(Racer @ Nov 26 2018, 05:51 AM) *

I recall reading about this a few years ago. I think this class is geared more towards slower/older european cars.. like British roadsters (Morgan, MG, Triumph etc). Most Porsches (and Alfa's and Lotus') of any vintage still enjoy a modern class (ie, C Stock or now C Street) is where 914s are still classed. Also, I think this class is more local/regional than a national class.. so support for it may be spotty.



Here's the source to the Hemmins artical for mre information.

SCCA creates autocross classes for pre-1975 sports cars ...
www.hemmings.com/blog/2016/03/01/scca-creates-autocross...
The Sports Car Club of America has announced the creation of two classes for pre-1975 sports cars in its popular Solo autocross program, giving owners of classic cars a way to participate against cars of similar technology.[/b]
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