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ChampCar Endurance Series BCCR updated to 2018 V1.0.4 Updated Tech Form


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1 hour ago, Bill Strong said:

 

Because the tech form is included in the BCCR, it gets revised. No other changed made. 

 

So youre saying we don't need to check if the VPI was lowered on the MR2 again? 😇

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On 7/3/2018 at 7:24 PM, mcoppola said:

 

So youre saying we don't need to check if the VPI was lowered on the MR2 again? 😇

 

 

Or maybe the 944 S2 VPI points got lowered to 470 points overnight:ph34r:

 

 

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To be fair, we have not evaluated values and weights for 2019 yet.  That will happen later in the summer.  I'm sure there will be changes, potentially including those mentioned, stay tuned.  I'm not sure if we're appointing a tech committee first or tackling these changes first. I hope the former. 

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52 minutes ago, Jer said:

To be fair, we have not evaluated values and weights for 2019 yet.  That will happen later in the summer.  I'm sure there will be changes, potentially including those mentioned, stay tuned.  I'm not sure if we're appointing a tech committee first or tackling these changes first. I hope the former. 

 

The problem isnt the current VPI on the 944 in peoples' opinion.  The problem is the series is NOT enforcing it's own rules for these cars. 

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57 minutes ago, theblue said:

just to be clear, this doesn't change rules about aftermarket bushings that change alignment being value add or not, right?

Right, because they wouldn’t be “OE Replacement” if the geometry / alignment was different. This rule still deals with OE replacement parts.

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