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Okay, I'm prepping an Evo 8 for TTS/TTU. We've made alot of progress but I do not have the budget some of these other cars have. I'm honestly thinking about stepping back and building/buying a spec miata car instead.. but thats besides the point.

 

I want to get into club racing, not just time trials. I want to move into a more professional level of racing while I am young. I've been told my Evo should fit into some ST class with some minor changes (seat/harness update, firesuppression, ect..) Is this true? I just started my own business so I am really short on time, no time to look up rules..

 

Setups,advice,ideas are all greatly appreciated.

 

I hope this thread is in an acceptable place. I don't get on forums much

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TTS and ST2 have the same hp/weight formula and such, just need the extra safety gear to go racing with it instead of competing by time

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I want to get into club racing, not just time trials. I want to move into a more professional level of racing while I am young. I've been told my Evo should fit into some ST class with some minor changes (seat/harness update, firesuppression, ect..) Is this true? I just started my own business so I am really short on time, no time to look up rules..

 

Richard,

 

Those two statements are 100% incompatible with each other. In fact, you aren't going to even get into Time Trial until you have the time to read the rules. Let me take that one step further. You aren't even supposed to get on track with HPDE1 without reading the HPDE Rules. Certainly, there is nothing "more professional" about not reading the Rules. It sounds like you need to wait until you have some time to properly enter the sport--or make the time to do it right.

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im very familiar with the rules in HPDE and TT.

 

What I meant is that I havn't had the time to look up the class changes between TT and ST. As far as safety and classing goes

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im very familiar with the rules in HPDE and TT.

 

What I meant is that I havn't had the time to look up the class changes between TT and ST. As far as safety and classing goes

And, that is what I'm talking about. You need to have the time to read both of those rule-sets completely before you attempt to compete in them--which means all of the aspects of classing and safety.

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