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  1. No worries. On a side note, you guys that are running in SM that run 200tw tires should think about moving to XS-A since the PAX is more forgiving than the hoosier PAX'd SM class.
  2. If it was just a regular Veloster, and not the "N", then yes indeed STH. If it was a Veloster N on coilovers, then it would be STU.
  3. Ethan Rose 2020 Mustang isnt an STH car. If it was stock it should be FS
  4. This is an excellent find, especially for those people who refuse to even look at the rulebook and do a CTRL-F to see which class their car actually pops up in the search. Example: I just typed in a car I typically get classing questions asked about a lot and there are 7 results. The tool found is very useful but just as Tom mentioned, still reference the rulebook to be sure (especially when modifications are in question.)
  5. Mr. King! Welcome back old timer! Dont forget to add your name to your signature for those that dont know or remember you.
  6. No problem Lance. I know it adds more time for the guys doing timing and scoring at the end so if classes are at least correct, that's one less thing to worry about.
  7. Not sure if classing errors want to be addressed now to help with scoring later, but here are some: A35 Russel Ostergaard 2019 Civic CS -should be GS if it's an SI, HS if not B20 Yue Zhao 2018 Accord STS -should be in STH B29 Mingzhe Liu 2015 Ford Fiesta FS - Should be HS B30 Ao Li 2018 Civic Type R STH- should be STU
  8. Directly out of the Street Touring section 14.2 BODYWORK A. Pedal cover kits and other interior cosmetic accessories may be added. “Dress-up” items such as chrome dipsticks and non-standard filler caps are permitted, provided they serve no other purpose. B. The driver and front passenger seats may be replaced with the follow-ing restrictions. The seating surface must be fully upholstered. The top of the seat, or an attached headrest, may not be below the center of the driver’s head. The seat, including mounting hardware, must weigh at least 25 pounds and must be attached using the OE body mounting holes/studs. Additional mounting points may be added. It does not say rear seats can be removed, therefore it is not legal to do so for STU, or any street touring class.
  9. Rule of thumb for SCCA ruling, if it is not written specifically saying you can do it, then it's not legal.
  10. Lance is correct. Very difficult to allow 250+ participants and be cleaned up and off site by 5pm. Steve also made mention of past times where we did have the max of 240 or so drivers and got 3 runs. Understandable for a national event, not so great for a local event and many were unhappy with it. It's an unfortunate trade off, but right now the only viable option for the Phx region unless track restrictions are lifted or other sites are obtained.
  11. Dave I think I might have something to do with being able to provide security if the site hits a certain number of participants/spectators.
  12. Going through some of the current registration there are some cars that need to be moved to the appropriate classes (pending if they aren't waitlisted of course): Marchell Fletcher: 2019 Miata ES - should be CS Mingzhe Liu: 2015 Ford Fiesta ST FS - should be HS Ao Li: 2018 Honda Civic Type R STU - should be in STU Yue Zhao 2018 Honda Accord STS - should be in STH
  13. Correct. This would be legal for STU regardless of diameter as it is considered part of the air inlet/intake.
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