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I have a s197 2005 mustang gt that I've been using for drifting but is mostly stock still besides stripped out, cage, and coilovers. I'm interested in running some events for fun with some friends even if we have to be a few hundred laps down. Would we be able to run? 

 

Also so if anyone knows of any spec mustang series in the western region lmk, I'm trying to find some series to do some road racing with this Mustang

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The bestest place to start:

 

https://www.chumpcar.com/downloads/2017ChumpCarBCCR.pdf

 

Short answer - if it meets the Basic Club & Competition Rules then you could probably run it in the Exempt Class without issue (always best to email your regional director or tech to verify), meaning you are running for fun and getting a butt-load of track time for you and a few friends on the cheap. If enough EC cars show up to the event, then they will have a trophy for the winner of the EC class cars.

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On 7/23/2017 at 4:05 PM, OutlawEvans said:

I have a s197 2005 mustang gt that I've been using for drifting but is mostly stock still besides stripped out, cage, and coilovers. I'm interested in running some events for fun with some friends even if we have to be a few hundred laps down. Would we be able to run? 

 

Also so if anyone knows of any spec mustang series in the western region lmk, I'm trying to find some series to do some road racing with this Mustang

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Honestly unless you don't care about that care much I would not bring that to Chump event. Now if you don't care if it get's beat to snot, the bring it out. Then you have to put all the gosh dang stickers on it... You might be better off trying to hook up with a local team and paying a few hundred to race wit them.

 

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