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BCCR updated to 2019v1.0.4 – 1/10/2018 (uploaded 1/17/2019)


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by W. Strong - 1/10/2019

 

1. Updated events calendar. Version 2019-02

 

2. Updated CCES Decal Instruction Sheet. Version 2019v1

 

3. Tech form corrected - Version changed to V1.2      Renamed “Safety Inspection” column title to “Technical Inspection per BCCR”      DOT / 180 TW or Higher Tires - Added “or Higher”

 Max. 96 DbA Noise Limit (May be less - See Supps) - Changed from 93 to 96.      

Fuel Cell Capacity +/- 2 Gallon / Stock - Added the word Cell      

2x Official 2019 Sponsor Panels - added plural, and quantity      

3x Official 2019 ChampCar Number Panels - added year and plural, and quantity      

1x Official 2019 TireRack Windshield Banner - new addition      

2x Class Letters and 1x Rear Number - new addition

 

4. 4.2.2. Vehicle additions to the VPI table (not amended VPIs) will be added quarterly.              

March 1st, June 1st, September 1st and December 1st. - added sentence 5. The fuel bulkhead rule was amended to include fuel fillers, pumps and hoses.  This part of the bulkhead rule will not go into effect until 4/26/19.  Changes in RED.
    9.10.2.7.1. All fuel cells and fuel components (fill tubes, vent lines, etc) shall be separated from the 
    driver compartment by a metal bulkhead.  All lines and fittings that pass through the cabin of the
    vehicle must be metal or must be encased in continuous steel conduit or aluminum tube. The metal 
    canister that makes up the fuel cell does not count as a bulkhead.      

   9.10.2.7. ALL FUEL CELLS AND FUEL COMPONENTS MUST BE ENCLOSED IN A METAL CANISTER / 
    ENCLOSURE.    

   9.10.2.12.2. The fuel cell is enclosed by a full metal canister AND a separate bulkhead that encloses 
    the fuel cell and canister. The fuel components (fill tubes, vent lines, etc) must be separated by a 
    metal bulkhead.    

   9.10.2.12.3. All lines and fittings that pass through the cabin of the vehicle must be metal or must be 
    encased in continuous steel conduit or aluminum tube.    

   9.10.3.5. Any fuel, oil, or coolant lines (including Aeroquip steel braided lines) that pass through the driving compartment must be metal or encased in continuous steel conduit or aluminum tube.     (Flex-conduit is not acceptable. Lines wrapped in aluminum tape are not acceptable.)                      

  Removed from 9.10.3.5. - OE metal lines in good condition, in their original location, are exempt from this rule, but encasement is still recommended. Steel braided lines are acceptable. 6. Number panel rule for convertibles changed to allow the hood mounted panel to face forward or towards the passenger side.
    9.7.5.3. The 3 large backgrounds shall be applied to the front driver and passenger door of the car, as well as the roof. Roof numbers are to be right-facing (passenger side facing). Open cars (convertibles / no roof) must have a car number on the hood. Hood numbers can be forward facing or right facing (passenger side facing).

 

7. 9.8.1. Each car competing in a ChampCar event shall display the official ChampCar Endurance Series banner at the top of the windshield. The decal must be unobstructed and in clear view. Backgrounds may be any color with the exception of White, Orange, or Yellow.  For cars with no windshield, the Event Director will designate an alternate location for the banner.

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