classing my car for hillclimbs

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classing my car for hillclimbs

Postby 962porsche » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:59 pm

i own a DIASIO 962 . it runs in SCCA DSR or TT events like COMSCC in FP .
it's a 926 LBS car 1000 cc motor . i'm i right if it's placed in class prepared 4 ?
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Re: classing my car for hillclimbs

Postby walterclark » Tue Aug 21, 2012 6:43 am

Yes, that sounds right.
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Re: classing my car for hillclimbs

Postby sdwarf36 » Tue Aug 21, 2012 11:54 am

Technically-yes-you can run P4-if you want to beat up on 1.8 Rabbits by 1 minute. But we generally like to put a car where it would be competitive. I ran my 1000 lb 1000cc former dwarfcar in P1 for many years and won more often than not. But it would be by 1 sec-5 sec-etc--not an hour + 1/2. :D (The payout is the same regardless 8-) )
Translating road racing to hillclimbing:
Proper tire selection== nothing hooks up on moss or wet leaves.
Staying on the racing line==anything paved is considered good.
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Re: classing my car for hillclimbs

Postby Rabbit Farmer » Tue Aug 21, 2012 4:00 pm

There is also the Formula Libra class option.
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