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GreenTruckGuy

I am strongly considering building a road race car, and I think an H2 with a B20 could be a super low budget and fun build, but I don't want to race against myself all of the time. Everything google gives me when I look up Honda Challenge seems pretty dated(even the NASA Regional site), especially for SoCal where I am.

 

Where can I see what entries are like in SoCal for the Honda Challenge classes?

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Calif_Kid

Sorry for replying so late, but Nasa has past scoring and timing results for all regions at http://timingscoring.drivenasa.com/NASA_California-Southern_Region/, with the So Cal ones being at http://timingscoring.drivenasa.com/NASA_California-Southern_Region/. On their http://socal.drivenasa.com/ page it mentions that the season points are at http://socal.drivenasa.com/points/. - Jim

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AZELISE

I hope to make one or two weekends next season with NASA SoCal in my B20 H2 car. Looks like not too much consistent competition. The biggest turnout is usually Autoclub since it is usually a points event for the Arizona crew. The events leading up to the NASA Championships look good too. NASA AZ usually runs in Feb or March at Chuckwalla with some good turnouts. Last 4 weekends there: 3,3,3,4,8,8,6,5

 

Also there is a B18C5 powered H2 civic for sale in AZ for $9000. It is a fresh build with tons of new parts. I wish I could buy it.

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EauRouge

Several of the SoCal H2 guys have switched or are in the process of going to H4.

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