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Rallycross rules for 2009 update


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#1 edrach

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Posted 03 May 2008 - 09:12 AM

The Rallycross Board has considered the changes submitted and come up with a group of proposed changes to the regs for 2009. They have asked to no longer comment to older threads, but confine discussion to http://www.sccabb.co...?TID=6590&TPN=1 in a effort to keep new discussion in one place.

Primary changes for 2009 include opening up allowable tires in the Stock classes and allowing front swaybar changes. For the Prepared classes the most significant change is allowing a LSD. Modified changes are there also but beyond my experience to even comment on them.

I need some time to think about the proposed changes and comment, but fortunately they are not as draconian as I had feared. Thanks to all who submitted input to the RXB.




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