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  1. All the mods except the cat converter appear to be legal for ST. As stated above if your catalytic converter is located mote then 6" further along the exhaust than stock it will not be legal for ST. If the cat is within 6" it's legal for STH. Those tires are also not legal for use in ST. The minimum tire in street and ST is 200 UTQG. If you use these tires the car would be classed is ASP-R under the mixed group. The ASP-S class is grouped under the modified group and is meant to allow ASP cars to run on 200 UTQG tires. I see a Legacy 2.5 GT is listed under ESP. I assume this
  2. SCCA solo classing doesn't use a points based approach for classing. I believe a points based system is used by NASA and was adopted by WSCC road racing classing a few years ago. For solo/autox rules you can do as many or all of the allowed modifications in the class as you want.
  3. Could you clarify the helmet requirement, will other helmet certification be allowed? Is there anything information available on which rule set this discipline will be following? WMCA does not list rally cross or dirt related solo events. However The only available resource appears to be the SCCA Rallycross rulebook found here: https://www.scca.com/downloads/53337-2021-scca-rally-cross-rules/download and the WCMA auto slalom rule book, found here is very similar: http://wcma.ca/new/soloregs/2020_Canadian_National_Autoslalom_Regulations.pdf Both of these resources provide a comprehen
  4. I know the 2020 season has been unprecedented with the on the fly schedule changes so we were not able to lock down the minimum at the beginning of the year, so maybe that's why its still showing 8 from 2019. (14 point events ÷ 2 +1 = 8) Sorry for raising a stink guys. Thanks Matt for all the hard work this year on points and timing.
  5. Technically we ran 11 points events, this season (#3 had no timed runs). That would make the season qualification 11÷2 =6 rounded up. On even number event years we would add +1 to the 1/2 counted events. My understanding is we kept the annually championship 1 extra event over half of total events ran to prevent someone from taking multiple classes wins in the same year. 8 for the season of 11 appears excessively high bar for the casual racer to participate in a season championship. Maybe for next year we can review this? I'd need to find the supplemental regulations, thought this was
  6. We are also still missing some classes, STH, SSC, and new 2020 classes like XS-A, XS-B and EV.
  7. Loving your Camaro Ryan, looks like a blast to drive.
  8. You looked right at home in the Miata, nice run. Looking to get into a RWD now?
  9. Was the highlight of the course for me, love getting away with that! ....Helps when we only make ~100hp.
  10. My best from Sunday: The key for me was setting up to stay on the gas through the bus stop chicane from 0:45 to 0:50.
  11. Thanks Tim, if it wasn't for this Covid stuff I'd be throwing keys around for others to enjoy it too. Thanks I appreciate that! After not driving it for a few years it's apparent how low powered and unrefined it is compared to modern (FWD) cars but nothing modern compares to the responsiveness of inputs and eagerness to rotate.
  12. To clarify the cat would be required in ST class however it is allowed in Street Prepared so with a catless downpipe the car would be in ESP.
  13. Hey Bradly! Saw you out there this weekend! Hope you had a good time! Based on your current ECU mod you are in STH, (All Legacy GT 05-08 in ST trim are in STH not STX, which is an advantage!) The coilovers are also legal for STH, I believe the uppipe is legal however the downpipe is not without the cat. You could replace the downpipe in ST but it must still have a cat and be within 6 inches of the original cat location. Hope that helps.
  14. Was so happy to be back for a 2020 season, few months ago wasn't even sure we could have one! Also happy to be back in the Neon, haven't driven her in anger since 2015, appreciated all the positive comments! 2020 also makes it 10 years since I first started autocrossing. Shout out to the rookie class of 2010, Chris T and Paul S who are still at it! (if I missed anyone else, jump in too!) Saturday: Sunday:
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