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					 ASN CANADA FIA
TIME ATTACK EVENT
  REGULATIONS
                       TIME ATTACK EVENT
                          REGULATIONS
                                           ASN Canada FIA
                                   2155 Leanne Boulevard, Suite 115
                                 Mississauga, Ontario, L5K 2K8, Canada
                                         Phone: (905) 403-9000
                                          Fax: (905) 403-8448
                                          www.asncanada.com

                                         Effective January 1, 2010

These regulations are intended to assist in the conduct of national competitions.
ASN territories and regions may adopt these regulations for use within their jurisdictions if they choose to
do so including the sole responsibility for the administration thereof.
These regulations are a guide to further general safety and in no way a guarantee against injury or death
to participants, spectators or others.
No express or implied warranties of safety or fitness for a particular purpose shall be intended or result
from publication of or compliance with these Regulations.
ASN does not represent or intend that a car prepared for competition according to these regulations will
meet Federal and Provincial motor vehicle regulations or local highway traffic laws. At all times, it is
entirely the entrant’s/driver’s responsibility to ensure that any car operated on public roads is in
compliance with all applicable Federal and Provincial motor vehicle regulations and local highway traffic
laws.
The contents of this document are copyright and may be reproduced only with permission in writing from
ASN Canada FIA.
Go-karts are not allowed in SoloSport competitions.
                     ASN Canada FIA is the governing body of motorsport in Canada
                       appointed by the Fédération Internationale de L’Automobile




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                                 ASN Canada FIA
                       NATIONAL TIME ATTACK REGULATIONS-
.1   ASN Canada FIA (ASN) reserves the right at any time and from time to time to alter these
     rules. Such alterations or additions will be published in the form of revised regulations or
     bulletins. Changes to these rules will become effective on the date issued unless amended
     or revoked by ASN. Questions concerning rule clarification should be directed to the ASN
     National SoloSport Committee through the chairman or territorial representative.
.2   These rules and regulations were established by the ASN and are intended to assist in the
     orderly conduct of SoloSport events and to further participant and spectator safety.
.3   The text of these regulations was originally drafted in English and may be translated into
     other languages. In case of a dispute between the English text and that of any other
     translation, the English text shall prevail. In this rulebook, any reference to the masculine
     shall include the feminine, and references to the singular shall include the plural.
.4   By participation in these events, all participants are deemed to have agreed to be bound by
     this rulebook. The interpretation and determinations of these rules by ASN officials shall be
     final and binding. In order to maintain a sporting nature, to achieve prompt competition
     results, and in consideration of the benefits to them, all members, clubs, officials of ASN
     hereby agree that:
.5   Determinations by ASN officials are non-litigable.
.6   No litigation shall be initiated against ASN. ASN territories or their members and officials to
     reverse or modify results of such determinations, or to seek to recover damages or other
     relief allegedly incurred or required as a result of such determination; and
     Where a person initiates or maintains litigation in violation of this provision, that person
     agrees to reimburse ASN for all costs associated with the legal action.

.7   Items differing from previous editions are indicated by the “change bar” to the left of the
     revised text.




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ASN Canada FIA                               National Time Attack Regulations


                                                              Table of Contents
1    SAFETY AND COMPETITION .................................................................................................. 3
    1.0    HELMETS ........................................................................................................................... 3
    1.1    SEAT BELTS ....................................................................................................................... 3
    1.2    FIRE SAFETY ..................................................................................................................... 4
    1.3    ROLL OVER PROTECTION – ROLL BARS ........................................................................ 4
    1.4    ROLL OVER PROTECTION – ROLL CAGES ..................................................................... 6
    1.5    VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................... 6
    1.6    COMPETITOR ELIGIBILITY ............................................................................................... 6
    1.7    PASSENGERS.................................................................................................................... 7
    1.8    DRIVING AND SCORING ................................................................................................... 7
    1.9    RERUNS ............................................................................................................................. 8
    1.10    VEHICLE NOISE ............................................................................................................... 8
2    TIME ATTACK EVENT ORGANIZATION ................................................................................ 9
    2.0    COURSE SAFETY .............................................................................................................. 9
    2.1    FLAGS ................................................................................................................................. 9
    2.2    ORGANIZERS'DOCUMENTATION .................................................................................. 10
    2.3    COURSE ........................................................................................................................... 10
    2.4    EVENT OPERATION GUIDELINES.................................................................................. 11
    2.5    TIMING .............................................................................................................................. 12
    2.6    PADDOCK......................................................................................................................... 12
    2.7    STEWARDS ...................................................................................................................... 12
    2.8    INSURANCE AND WAIVER ............................................................................................... 12
    2.9    INCIDENT REPORTS ....................................................................................................... 13
    2.10    GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES ......................................................................................... 13
    2.11    PROTEST AND APPEALS .............................................................................................. 12
3    SCORING ................................................................................................................................ 13
    3.0    UNDER-FILLED CLASS SCORING .................................................................................. 13
    3.1    IDENTIFICATION AND ADVERTISING ............................................................................ 15
4    VEHICLE CATEGORIES, ELIGIBILITY, AND MODIFICATIONS.......................................... 15
    4.0    VEHICLE CATEGORIES .................................................................................................. 15
    4.1    MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................... 15
    4.2    SERIES RACE & KIT CARS .............................................................................................. 15
    4.3    PRODUCTION VEHICLES ............................................................................................... 16
    4.4    ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................... 16
    4.5    AUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS ..................................................................................... 16
    4.6    MODIFICATION - DEFINITION ......................................................................................... 17
    4.7    TECHNICAL INSPECTION ............................................................................................... 17
    4.8    BURDEN OF PROOF ........................................................................................................ 17
    4.9 AUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS – ZERO PIP VALUE .................................................... 17
      4.9.0 GENERAL MODIFICATION .......................................................................................... 18
      4.9.1 ENGINE & TRANSMISSION ........................................................................................ 18
      4.9.2 SUSPENSION & RUNNING GEAR .............................................................................. 19
      4.9.3 BODY AND TRIM.......................................................................................................... 21
    4.10 “MODIFIED” AND “OPEN MODIFIED” CLASS VEHICLES ............................................. 20
5     PERFORMANCE INDEX POINT (PIP) SCHEDULE .............................................................. 21
    5.1    ENGINE & DRIVETRAIN ................................................................................................... 21
      A    INTAKE SYSTEMS............................................................................................................ 21
      B    EXHAUST SYSTEMS........................................................................................................ 21
      C    ENGINE ELECTRONIC AND FUEL SYSTEM .................................................................. 22
      D    FORCED INDUCTION SYSTEMS .................................................................................... 22
      E    CYLINDER HEAD(S) AND VALVETRAIN SYSTEMS ...................................................... 23
      F    RECIPROCATING ENGINE SYSTEMS ............................................................................ 23
      G    ENGINE SWAPS............................................................................................................... 23
      H    DYNO PLOT REQUIREMENT .......................................................................................... 24
    5.2    OTHER MODIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 25
      A    DRIVE TRAIN .................................................................................................................... 25
      B    SUSPENSION AND RUNNING GEAR ............................................................................. 25
      C    BODY AND TRIM .............................................................................................................. 27
      D    CURB WEIGHT OPTION .................................................................................................. 29
6     VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION .................................................................................................. 29
    6.0    VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION ............................................................................................ 29
    6.1    CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM ............................................................................................. 29
    6.2    HANDLING INDEX ............................................................................................................ 30
    6.3    RELATIVE WEIGHTING OF INDICES .............................................................................. 31
    6.4    ‘STARTING CLASS’ CATEGORIES AND BREAK POINTS.............................................. 31
APPENDIX A – CONTACTS ........................................................................................................ A1
       Canadian SoloSport Chapters ...............................................................................................A1
       2008 ASN Canada FIA National SoloSprint Technical Committee........................................A1


APPENDIX B – VEHICLE CLASSIFICATIONS ........................................................................... B1




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                                                DEFINITIONS

TIME ATTACK : a competition conducted at permanent motorsport facilities or other facilities suitable
for racing where passing is allowed in designated passing zones and run sessions based on time are
used to determine a competitor’s fastest lap time.

RUN SESSION (SESSION) : a uniform block of time where each lap of all competitors in the session is
electronically timed.

TIMED LAP (LAP) : a complete circuit of a closed course where the time taken to complete the lap is
recorded in seconds and fractions of seconds.
 1     SAFETY AND COMPETITION
1.0    HELMETS

.1    All drivers must wear a helmet that complies with the following requirements.

.2    Helmets may be either open-faced or closed-face. They must be in good condition both inside and
      outside and never subjected to a crash or other severe impact.

.3    The following FIA approved standards are acceptable for all vehicles in all classes:
              FIA 8860-2004
              Snell SA 2000 (expiry date December 31, 2011)
              Snell SA 2005
              SFI 31.A
              SFI 31.2A
              BS6658-85 type A/FR (expiry date December 31, 2013)

.4    A Snell 2000M (expiry date: December 31, 2011) or 2005M rated helmet is also acceptable for use
      in all classes except Modified and provided the car is not equipped with a roll cage.
1.1    SEAT BELTS

.1    All competitors shall properly wear an approved seat belt (restraint system) during practice or
      competition. The competitor has the responsibility to ensure the seat belts in the vehicle are in good
      condition and properly installed.

.2    A OE or DOT approved three point restraint system is acceptable for vehicles equipped with/without
      roll bars in all classes, excluding ‘Modified’ class vehicles. Use of the shoulder straps of a non-DOT
      approved 4-, 5- or 6-point restraint system or “racing harness” is prohibited for any vehicle not
      equipped with a roll bar or roll cage meeting the requirements described in Section 1.3 or 1.4. The
      lap belt portion of a racing harness is permitted, in addition to an OE seatbelt. ‘CG Lock’ or other
      devices that lock the lap belt portion of the OE seat belt in place are also permitted.

.3    A five or six point restraint system is required for all ‘Modified’ class vehicles as well as any vehicle
      in any class equipped with a roll cage.

.4    If used, the shoulder harness shall be a two-strap over-the-shoulder type. In the downwards
      direction, the shoulder straps must be directed towards the rear and must be installed in such a way
      that they do not make an angle of more than 45ْ to the horizontal from the upper rim of the backrest,
      although it is recommended that this angle should not exceed 10ْ. The maximum angles in relation




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      to the centre-line of the seat are 20ْ divergent or convergent. Where appropriate, it is acceptable to
      mount the shoulder straps to the mounting points used for the factory rear seat belts.

.5    Material for all straps in all cases shall be 2.75 inches or 70 millimeters (nominal) width or greater
      except anti-submarine straps which may be 44 millimeters wide.

.6    Competitors not using original equipment hardware shall use a minimum of 3/8” diameter SAE grade
      5 bolts or better. All mounting points shall be either original equipment mounting points on the frame
      or the roll cage or an adequately reinforced point. Reinforcements shall be adequately large and of
      sufficient thickness to prevent distortion under extreme load.
1.2    FIRE SAFETY

.1    It is required that all competitors while competing or marshalling, wear long sleeved shirts, long
      pants, shoes and socks, all made from non-synthetic materials.

.2    ‘Modified’ Class competitors, except those whose vehicles are licensed for street use and competing
      on DOT approved tires, shall wear single layer Nomex (or better) gloves and driving suit in good
      condition, subject to .3 (below).

.3    All competitors driving ‘Open Modified’ formula vehicles (i.e. F-1600, F-4, etc.) shall comply with
      CASC-OR Regional Racing safety requirements. This includes, but is not limited to, roll over
      protection, full faced helmet & visor and the following items made of fire resistant material approved
      by ASN Canada, FIA, SCCA or SFI: gloves, underwear, shoes, two layer one-piece driving suit,
      balaclava and socks.
1.3    ROLL OVER PROTECTION – ROLL BARS

.1    A roll bar is required for:
              a) Vehicles with fold down or completely removable tops (e.g. convertibles)
              b) Vehicles that have moved up five (Starting Class +5) or more classes from their Starting
                   Class
              c) Modified category vehicles.

.2    The basic purpose of the roll bar is to protect the driver if the vehicle rolls over

.3    Specific roll bar installations are subject to the approval of the Chief Scrutineer. The Chief Scrutineer
      may approve roll bar installations that meet other recognized standards.

.4    The top of the roll bar should be a minimum of two inches above the top of the driver's helmet when
      the driver is sitting in a normal driving position, or should be located as near the roof as possible in
      closed cars or in vehicles with a factory specified hard top or convertible top, provided the vehicle’s
      top is installed and up when driving in competition. The top of the roll bar should not be more than
      ten inches behind the back of the driver's helmet when the driver is sitting in a normal driving
      position.

.5    The roll bar should be designed to withstand compression forces resulting from the weight of the car
      coming down on the roll structure and to take fore-and-aft loads resulting from the car skidding along
      the ground on the roll bar structure.

.6    The two vertical members forming the sides of the main hoop should extend the full width of the
      cockpit to provide maximum bearing area.

.7    A system of head restraint to prevent whiplash and to prevent the driver's head from striking the
      underside of the roll bar hoop should be provided. The head restraint should be capable of




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     withstanding a force of 200 pounds in an aft direction. It is recommended that a headrest of
     approximately 36 square inches with resilient padding two inches thick be used.

.8   Forward braces and portions of the main hoop subject to contact by the driver's helmet (with the
     driver seated normally and restrained by seat belt/shoulder harness) must be padded with non-
     resilient material such as Ethafoam or Ensolite or other similar material, with a minimum thickness of
     1/2 inch.

.9   The roll bar hoop and all braces should be of seamless or ERW or DOM mild steel tubing, or chrome
     molybdenum alloy steel such as SAE 4130. It is recommended that mild steel tubing be used as
     chromium alloys present difficulties in welding and must be normalized to relieve stress. Proof of the
     use of alloy steel will be the responsibility of the Entrant.

.10 The size of tubing to be used in roll bar construction should be determined from
     the following table (all dimensions in inches):
                 Vehicle Curb Weight          Roll Bar Size        Roll Bar Material
                 Under 2,000 lbs.             1.500 x .120         Mild Steel
                 2,001-3,500 lbs.             1.750 x .120         Mild Steel
                 Over 3,500 lbs.              2.000 x .120         Mild Steel
                 Vehicle Curb Weight Roll     Bar Size Roll        Bar Material
                 Under 1,500 lbs.             1.375 x .090         Alloy Steel
                 1,501-2,500 lbs.             1.625 x .095         Alloy Steel
                 Over 2,500 lbs.              2.000 x .095         Alloy Steel

.11 An inspection hole of at least 3/16-inch diameter should be drilled in a non-critical area of the roll bar
    hoop to facilitate verification of wall thickness.

.12 Where bolts and nuts are used to fasten the roll bar to the vehicle’s chassis or frame (i.e. bolt-in roll
    bar), the bolts should be at least 3/8-inch diameter SAE Grade 5.

.13 One continuous length of tubing should be used for the main hoop member with smooth, continuous
    bends and no evidence of crimping or wall failure.

.14 Where welding is used to fasten the roll bar to the vehicle’s chassis or frame, all welds should be of
    the highest possible quality with full penetration. Arc welding, particularly heliarc, should be used
    whenever possible. Alloy steels should be normalized after welding.

.15 Two fore/aft braces with tubing of dimensions of at least that required for the main hoop itself should
    be installed. Diagonal lateral bracing of tubing equal in dimension to the tubing of the main hoop
    should be installed to prevent lateral distortion of the main hoop. In most cases, a lateral brace from
    the bottom corner of the main hoop on one side to the top corner of the main hoop on the other side
    is sufficient.

.16 The fore/aft bracing should be attached as near as practical to the top of the main hoop, no more
    than 6 inches below the top, and at an included angle of at least 30 degrees.

.17 In cars with frame type construction, the roll bar and braces should be attached to the frame of the
    car wherever possible. Mounting plates attached to the frame, regardless of whether welded or
    bolted, should be at least 3/16 inch thick.

.18 In the case of cars with unitized or frameless construction, or cars with frames where frame
    mounting of the roll bar and braces is impractical, mounting plates should be used to secure the roll-
    bar structure to the floor of the car. The minimum mounting plate area should be 20 square inches.
    The important consideration is that the loads be distributed over as large an area as possible and as



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      close to vertical structures as possible. Mounting plates bolted to the structure should not be less
      than 3/16 inch thick with a backup plate of equal size and thickness on the opposite side of the panel
      with the plates through bolted together.

.19 Mounting plates welded to the structure should not be less than 0.080 inch in thickness. Wherever
    possible, the mounting plate should extend onto a vertical section of the structure such as a door
    pillar.

.20 Removable roll bars and braces should be very carefully designed and constructed to be at least as
    strong as a permanent installation. If one tube fits inside another tube to facilitate removal, the
    removable portion should fit tightly and should bottom on the permanent mounting, and at least two
    bolts should be used to secure such a joint. The telescope section should be at least eight inches in
    length.
1.4    ROLL OVER PROTECTION – ROLL CAGES

.1    A roll cage is not required, but is recommended for any car that requires roll over protection.

.2    Roll cages meeting FIA (appendix J, article 253), SCCA (GCR Section 18), NASA (GCR Section
      15.5.8), CARS (GCR Part B Section II) or CASC-OR Race Regulations (Appendix “0”) are
      acceptable.
1.5    VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS

      The vehicle must meet the following basic requirements:

.1    A wheelbase of 183 cm (72") or longer. Front and rear tracks of 107 cm (42") or wider. The
      maximum permissible height of competing vehicles is 160 cm (63 inches).

.2    Four road wheels of 10" diameter or larger, and four pneumatic tires in good condition, having no
      blemishes or under tread material showing and a proper working tandem (or dual) hydraulic braking
      system for all four wheels that can only be operated by a single purpose control.

.3    An enclosed driver protection structure, complete with exterior panels, up to at least waist level when
      seated in the appropriate driving position. Exterior panels made of metal, glass reinforced plastic or
      fire restraint material, except when the panels are ‘OE’.

.4    Use only hydrocarbon based gasoline or diesel fuel, including biodiesel, fuel containing ethanol, or
      any additives (e.g. propylene or other octane boosters) added directly to the ‘OE’ fuel tank. Any
      external (to the ‘OE’ fuel system) source of fuel or fuel additive is prohibited, including nitrous oxide
      systems and propane.

.5    An operational, on board self-starter and shall be able to idle on the grid (e.g. without overheating)
      for reasonable periods of time without affecting the conduct of the event.
1.6    COMPETITOR ELIGIBILITY

.1    To be eligible to compete, a competitor must be a full member of an ASN Canada affiliated club and
      hold a valid Competition Licence issued by ASN Canada FIA, an ASN territory and, for competitors
      resident outside of Canada, a recognized sanctioning body.

.2    All competitors, officials, workers, volunteers and passengers must read and sign the insurance
      waiver before being allowed into a restricted area (e.g. timing vehicle, marshal post or other non-
      public area) or to compete in the event.

.3    A competitor may only enter an event once. However, any single vehicle may be entered by a
      maximum of two drivers.


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.4    Each entrant/driver shall be responsible for the conduct of their crew (see GCR 5.14).

.5    Competitor help is essential for the success of events. Organizers may require competitors to
      marshal and may exclude one or more results or deny runs of those who do not fulfil requested
      duties.

.6    Consumption of alcoholic beverages at an event by any driver, entrant, crew member or official
      before the end of the day's on-track activities is expressly forbidden (see GCR 5.9)
1.7    PASSENGERS

.1    Passengers, except for instructors, are not permitted.
1.8     DRIVING AND SCORING

.1    Each Run Session shall consist of:

          -a warm-up lap or portion of a lap until the vehicle crosses the official timing line and    timing
      for the Run Session begins (determined by the event organizers);

          - as many timed laps that can be completed by a competitor before the expiry of the          time
      allotted by the organizers for the run session;

         -a cool-down lap or portion of a lap until the vehicle reaches the track exit.

.2    Event organizers may set different time limits for each Run Session during the course of the event,
      but all competitors entered in the event must be scheduled for the same total amount of track time
      during the event. (e.g. the organizer may set a 15 minute time limit for the first Run Session -for all
      competitors- and a 22 minute time limit for the second and subsequent Run Sessions). One
      principle of timed Run Sessions is that competitors are not guaranteed an equal number of Timed
      Laps since the number of yellow or red flags or other circumstances including weather, equipment
      failure, etc. can prevent the completion of even a single Timed Lap in a Run Session for one or more
      competitors

.3    The time limit shall commence with the start of the first car onto the track in each Session and will
      conclude when the chequered flag is displayed at the timing line to the first competitor to arrive at
      the timing line and be shown the flag. All other competitors still on the track in that Session will be
      shown the chequered flag as they arrive at the timing line. The Timed Lap finished by the
      chequered flag is to be scored and the competitor to start the cool-down Lap

.4    Only the competitor’s fastest Timed Lap including penalties shall be scored (unless tied). Where the
      event, is conducted over two or more days, then the fastest Timed Lap including penalties from each
      day’s competition shall be used to determine the final score (unless tied).

.5    If identical times are recorded for two or more vehicles in the same class or candidates for the same
      award, the second best Timed Lap(s) will be used as a tiebreaker.

.6    A competitor’s score for a Lap shall be recorded in seconds and fractions of seconds.

.7    Competitor’s elapsed times and penalties for each completed Timed Lap of a Run Session shall be
      posted continually throughout the event.

.8    A DNS (Did Not Start) is given if the competitor fails to leave the start position when directed to do
      so by the Clerk of the Course/Starter and that Run Session shall be forfeited and no rerun shall be
      allowed.




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.9    A FWO (Four Wheels Off) is given for leaving the track surface with all four wheels during the
      Session, including on warm-up and cool-down laps. None of the times during a session will count
      where a FWO is given.

.10 During a competitor’s Session, if the vehicle leaves the course through the official exit, Timed Laps
    completed during the Session will stand. The competitor may rejoin that Run Session, under
    direction of the Starter, if time remains.

.11 Should a vehicle break during a Session, no rerun shall be allowed. However, the driver may
    complete his/her remaining Session(s) in another vehicle providing the vehicle is in the same class.

.12 A two (2) driver, single vehicle entry must have a minimum of one Run Session or the equivalent
    amount of time shall be allowed to pass before the vehicle may start another Session.

.13 The class of a vehicle may not be changed after the start of the competition (first car on the track)
    unless approved by the Steward(s) of the event.

.14 If there are additional Run Sessions to be added to the original published program, it must be
    announced before any competitor starts their originally scheduled final Session.

.15 If all competitors do not have the opportunity to complete one of their scheduled Run Sessions, then
    the times for the incomplete Run Session may be cancelled at the Steward’s discretion.
1.9    RERUNS

.1    A rerun of a Run Session will only be granted in exceptional circumstances by the Clerk of the
      Course.

.2    When a rerun is granted, it shall be taken a minimum of one session after the competitor’s original
      Run Session, or after the equivalent amount of time has been allowed to pass.
1.10 VEHICLE NOISE

.1    The organizers of an event may establish a maximum vehicle noise level either by class or for all
      vehicles. Measurement can be at different locations around the facility being used. Competitors are
      warned that track licenses increasingly specify noise limits and it is the competitor’s responsibility to
      ensure their vehicle complies with the maximum vehicle noise level established for each event in
      which they compete. The Organizer or Clerk of the Course may prohibit any vehicle from
      participation which the organizer deems to violate the maximum vehicle noise level. There are no
      protests or appeals allowed on organizer decisions regarding maximum vehicle noise levels,
      measurement or action taken by the organizers.

      Sample specified maximum vehicle noise levels:
             98db for ‘Modified’ cars
             95db all other cars at Shannonville Park, Toronto Motorsport Park
             92db for all cars at Mosport Drivers’ Development Track
 2     TIME ATTACK EVENT ORGANIZATION
2.0 COURSE SAFETY

.1    It is important that the spectator viewing areas and the spectator parking areas be kept separate
      from the course, especially the start/finish area. Course security is a priority. Spectators are to be
      expected, and crowd control provisions should be in place. Unless protected by substantial barriers,
      spectator areas should be roped/taped off or clearly defined.




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.2   Full consideration should be given to safety in the pits, around the start/finish areas, and near the
     flag stations. Particular attention should be given to placement of Timekeepers and Marshals.

.3   There should be adequate course Marshals to oversee all Run Sessions.

.4   Where the course is not visible in its entirety from a central point where the Clerk of the Course is
     located, a reliable communication system linking the flagging stations with the Clerk of the Course is
     to be established.

.5   The Clerk of the Course may, at his discretion, declare a vehicle FWO for any of the following
     infractions:
             a) A driver dirties the track surface by cutting corners, knocks a pylon onto the track, or
                  drags any other objects onto the track surface that may force other vehicles to slow or
                  change their line;
             b) A driver spins on-track causing a red flag to be thrown;
             c) A driver ignores or misses flags.
             d) A driver’s on-track conduct, in the opinion of the Clerk of the Course, endangers the
                  driver, other competitors, or slows the progress of the event (i.e. going too slowly).

.6   The Organizer is to provide each marshal station and the start/finish area with red, yellow, green,
     blue, and black flags plus a 10BC or better fire extinguisher. The Marshals are to be instructed in
     their proper use.

.7   The minimum number of 10BC or better fire extinguishers provided at each event is equivalent to the
     number of marshal stations plus four (4) spares.

.8   The Organizer is to have a prearranged plan to cope with major emergencies. This, as a minimum,
     means having quick access to an unlocked cellular phone with a list of local emergency phone
     numbers. Note: 911 dialing is not available in all areas. Organizers are responsible to post all area
     emergency numbers for quick access by organizing staff and safety officials.

.9   The Organizer may choose to restrict the eligibility of a vehicle or competitor to participate in an
     event.

.10 The Clerk of the Course is responsible for monitoring the safety of the course when vehicles are on
    the track. Should the course become obstructed, the Clerk is to direct that a red flag be displayed at
    all marshal stations (see 2.1.4 below). Once the obstruction has been sufficiently cleared the Clerk
    may direct the marshal stations to restart vehicles with a green flag (see 2.1.7 below).
2.1 FLAGS

.1   All Flags are to be used exclusively on the instructions of the Clerk of the Course.

.2   Starting Flag: used to send new vehicles onto the track or to re-start a vehicle that has been red
     flagged and stopped at a marshal station – can either be a waving or pointed green flag or a very
     clear hand signal motioning the vehicle into action.

.3   Black and White Checkered Flag: indicates the end of a competition session when waved at the
     finish line or other location specified in the Supplementary Regulations.

.4   Red Flag: waved at all marshal stations and by the Starter – only when instructed to do so by the
     Clerk of the Course – it informs all Drivers to safely slow to first gear speed and proceed carefully to
     the pits and wait for further instructions from an official.. Drivers shall be prepared to stop at any
     time. A Red Flag is most commonly used in Time Attack during a FWO (four-wheels off) situation
     where the Clerk of the Course wishes to bring all vehicles on-track to a safe stop such that the




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     vehicle that has gone off can safely return to the track surface or a tow vehicle can be sent to
     remove it.

.5   Black Flag: displayed at the start/finish line or any other marshal station – only when instructed to
     do so by the Clerk of the Course – it informs the Driver to return to the pits immediately and await
     instructions from the Officials.

.6   Yellow Flag: Yellow Flag: Waved at local station. The Yellow flag informs drivers of an
     incident ahead and to proceed with caution with no passing. Drivers are to look as far ahead
     on the course as possible for a waving Green Flag. Once a driver passes the location of the final
     Yellow flag before a waving Green Flag, then they shall resume speed.

.7   Green Flag: displayed to follow the yellow flag at any marshal station as soon as the incident has
     been passed – indicating that the Driver can immediately return to full speed, with the next timed lap
     beginning when the vehicle crosses the Timing line.

.8   Blue Flag: displayed to a vehicle to alert it that a following faster vehicle must be allowed to pass at
     the next passing zone. Failure to obey this flag may result in a black flag being displayed for that
     vehicle.
2.2 ORGANIZERS’ DOCUMENTATION

.1   At a race track, the Organizer shall display the following items at a central and easily accessible
     location, e.g. registration area or the same location where run groups, marshalling assignments, and
     lap times are posted (also see GCR 4.7):
                  a) Permit;
                  b) Insurance certificate;
                  c) Copy of Supplementary Regulations;
                  d) List of officials, this list shall also be read at a driver’s meeting.
2.3 COURSE

.1   Any changes made to the course/track configuration, made with the approval of the steward(s), must
     be brought to the attention of the competitors, at a driver’s meeting.

.2   The course, including the start and finish, must be clearly defined. When course pylons are used,
     their location must be clearly marked to assure accurate replacement after being displaced.

.3   Course pylons shall have a minimum height of ten (10) inches and shall be of a distinctive colour.
     Pylons shall be heavy enough to prevent movement other than that caused by contact with a
     competing vehicle.

.4   The course must meet the approval of the Chief Steward prior to the start of the competition.
2.4 EVENT OPERATION GUIDELINES

.1   There shall be a Clerk of the Course who has overall control of the on-track sessions and who
     should be in radio contact with the Start/Finish/Pit Exit Marshal(s) and, preferably, with all marshal
     and flagging stations

.2   All competitors must attend the driver’s meeting, unless prior arrangement has been made with the
     Organizer, to be allowed to compete.
.3   Timed run sessions will typically be 15 to 30 minutes in length.
.4   Generally the first Run Session of the day will serve as a warmup practice session and
     not count in the competition, at the organizers discretion.




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.5   The maximum number of vehicles permitted on a track at one time is determined as
     follows: The length of the track in meters divided by 125. Initial vehicle spacing is
     controlled by the Start/Finish marshal.

.6   Passing is permitted during the Sessions, in designated passing zones, on the straights only. At
     each track there shall be no more than three designated passing zones. Passing must take place
     only between markers/pylons defining the limits of passing zones. Passing is not permitted in other
     areas. (Exception: For Calabogie Motorsports Park long track configuration, there shall be
     no more than five designated passing zones.)

.7   Drivers being passed must acknowledge they are allowing a pass by signaling with a raised arm.
     Turn signals may also be used.

.8   Cars being passed must remain on the racing line

.9   Potential speed differential among participating vehicles should be considered and addressed by
     organizing Lapping Groups to take into account vehicle speed potential as well as other factors
     including driver experience.

.10 As often as possible, competition Run Session groups should be re-gridded based on previous lap
    times to help increase the number of “open track” laps for all competitors.

.11 Aggressive driving of any kind will be penalized by black-flagging the offending party.

.12 Open wheeled vehicles shall have their own Run Sessions.

.13 Competitors are expected to drive in a safe and controlled manner. Any competitor that puts four
    wheels off during a session will lose any timed result for that session.

.14 Drivers are to be held to a high standard of cooperation, in regards to track etiquette, and
    sportsmanship. Any driver deemed to be blocking by the Clerk of the Course, to slow another
    competitor’s lap time, may have his Session times disqualified, or may be excluded from further
    competition.

.15 Drivers are cautioned to not deliberately draft with another vehicle, except immediately prior to
    making a pass. Prolonged drafting or “team” drafting may result in penalties for both drivers.

.16 Any driver displaying unsportsmanlike conduct either on or off the track, black flagged, driving in an
    overly aggressive manner, or failing to cooperate with other drivers on the track, may be subject to
    penalties or exclusion.

.17 Download Run Session Meetings: After a Run Session has been completed for all drivers in the
    event, all drivers may be required to attend a download session meeting with the Clerk of the Course
    to discuss any issues or problems that arose during that previous Run Session. Regridding or
    passing issues should be discussed during these meetings. Similarily, the Clerk of the Course or an
    event official acting on behalf of the Clerk may conduct such a meeting for all the drivers of a
    particular Run Session grouping. Notice of such download sessions may be scheduled in the event
    schedule, verbally delivered to each driver affected as they exit the track or by a notice on the official
    notice board



2.5 TIMING

.1   An electronic timer is to be used as the primary timing system at all championship events. It is
     operated under the direction of the Chief Timer throughout the event.


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.2   If, in the opinion of the Chief Timer, a failure has occurred with the timing system, a rerun may be
     given by the Clerk of the Course.

.3   In the event of a total failure of the primary timing system, another timing device or system may be
     used. As this type of event requires continuous timing, manual timing systems should not be used.

.4   In the case of .3 above, if a competitor’s official time was on a timing system only capable of timing
     to a hundredth of a second while another competitor’s official time was on a timing system capable
     of timing to a thousand of a second, then the following shall apply: if the competitors are tied to a
     hundredth of a second, then the thousandth of a second timing portion shall not be considered for
     scoring points.

     Example: A time of 61.495 shall be considered tied with a time of 61.49.
2.6 PADDOCK

.1   A paddock area is to be provided for the use of competing vehicles and their service vehicles and a
     speed limit of 15km/h enforced.
2.7 STEWARDS

.1   For ASN Territory championship or club events, ASN Territory SoloSport regulations may require the
     appointment of a steward(s) (GCR 7.3). Name(s) of the steward(s), if appointed, should be
     announced at the Driver’s Meeting and published in the Supplementary Regulations.

.2   For events without a steward(s) the Clerk of the Course have the authority for the enforcement of the
     GCRs, these regulations and the event supplementary regulations. (GCR 7.3-7.11)
2.8 INSURANCE and WAIVERS

.1   Time Attack Event insurance is provided under the under the ASN Canada FIA insurance plan. All
     Time Attack events organized by an ASN Canada affiliated club must apply for event coverage.

.2   All competitors, officials, timers, workers, team personnel and all other persons who are permitted to
     enter areas normally closed to the general public are to read, understand & sign the ASN Canada
     FIA supplied General Waiver before being allowed to go into the course area, timing vehicle/area, or
     to marshal, volunteer or participate in the event.

.3   Competitors, or other participants, under the age of majority are to complete and sign the ASN
     Canada FIA supplied “Minor Participant Waiver”. An “Annual Parental Consent Waiver” must also
     be signed by parents/guardians.

.4   All ASN Canada FIA supplied waivers may be downloaded from their website at
     www.asncanada.com and printed by the Organizer(s) for use during the event. Care should be
     taken to ensure all words on the printed copies are clearly legible.

.5   All waivers are to be completed in full including the date(s) and name of the event at the top of the
     waiver.

.6   In the registration process, individuals responsible for the waiver are to maintain the waiver under
     their control at all times and sign the witness section as each participant signs the waiver.
2.9 INCIDENT REPORTS

.1   All accidents, injuries, incidents and impacts or damages occurring during the event are to be
     reported by faxing a completed ASN Canada FIA Incident Report Form to the ASN Canada FIA




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      office within forty-eight hours of the conclusion of the Event. Organizers may download and print the
      Incident Report form from the ASN Canada FIA website (www.asncanada.com).

.2    The Incident Report should be completed in full following the instructions in the form, with as many
      details as possible, including names and addresses of any witnesses or injured parties as well as
      medical treatment provided, details of any video tapes and photographs that may have been taken,
      etc.

.3    Mail the original Report to the ASN Canada FIA office after it has been faxed.
2.10 GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES

Inquiries, protests or appeals shall follow the procedures as defined in the ASN Canada FIA GCRs (9, 10
& 11).

3 SCORING

3.0    UNDER-FILLED CLASS SCORING
       When there are less than three (3) competitors in a class the competitors in that class will be
       scored first by Subsection .1 below and second by Subsection .2 below

.1    In the event that the class winner of the under-filled class propositions a higher class or classes (and
      all the classes that can proposition the higher class or classes) as per the Propositioning Rules
      under Section 4.2.2, then the competitors in that under-filled class would be scored as if the
      propositioned class or classes formed part of the under-filled class, provided there are now at least a
      total of three (3) competitors impacting the under-filled class competitor's scores.

.2    Otherwise, when there are less than three (3) competitors in a class, the competitors in that class
      will be scored according to the SoloSprint PAX factoring system. Each class will have an event PAX
      factor calculated from the average "fastest factored" time for each filled (3+ cars) class. Any under-
      filled classes will then be factored relative to its class PAX. For example, if Grand Touring 1, Grand
      Touring 3 and Super Grand Touring 3 each had 3+ competitors, their fastest time will be factored
      and then averaged [(GT1+GT3+SGT3) ÷ 3]. Any competitors in non-filled classes will be scored
      using this averaged PAX.

If there are less than two (2) filled classes, then all competitors in non-filled classes will have their times
      PAXed and scored against filled classes. If there are no filled classes then all competitors will have
      their times PAXed and scored against the fastest PAXed time of the event. No competitor in any
      situation will receive more than 100 points.

.3    PAX Factors
              The following PAX factors will be used:
              CLASS                      PAX Factor
              Open Modified              1.036
              Modified                   1.024
              Prepared                   1.012
              Improved                   1.000
              Super Grand Touring 1      0.988
              Super Grand Touring 2      0.976
              Super Grand Touring 3      0.964
              Grand Touring 1            0.952
              Grand Touring 2            0.940
              Grand Touring 3            0.928
              Grand Touring 4            0.916
              Touring 1                  0.904


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             Touring 2                    0.892
             Touring 3                    0.880


.4   The PAX factors are derived from the historical best performance by competitors in each of the
     classes. As such they represent the performance potential of each class assuming that a good
     competitor is driving a car optimized for the class on a familiar track. PAX factors are used as a
     handicapping system in SoloSprint to permit comparing and scoring of dissimilar classes.

     To illustrate with an example: competitor A driving in a car fully optimized for Grand Touring 1 Class
     (PAX Factor = 0.952) achieves a personal best time of 60.000 seconds. If this competitor was
     driving a car fully optimized for Touring 1 Class (PAX Factor = 0.904), this driver, with practice,
     should be able to achieve a personal best time of 60.000 x (0.952 ÷ 0.904) = 63.186 seconds in this
     class.

     In order to use PAX factors to score one competitor against another, an Event PAX Average must
     first be calculated. This is calculated from the best results observed in filled classes during the event.
     If an event has three filled classes and one under-filled class the three filled classes are used to
     determine the Event PAX Average.
     For example:
     Winning        Full        Best        PAX         PAXed Time
      Driver       Class        Time       Factor   (Time x PAX Factor)
        A          SGT3        58.611      0.964          56.501
        B           GT2        59.235      0.940          55.681
        C            T1        61.785      0.904          55.854
                              Sum of PAXed Times =       168.036
                      Event PAX Average = Sum ÷ 3 =       56.012
             Assuming the under-filled class competitor D has a best time of 57.450 seconds in SGT1
             class (PAX factor = 0.960), D is scored as follows:

             PAXed Time = 57.450 x 0.960 = 55.152
             Score = Event PAX Average ÷ PAXed Time = 56.012 ÷ 55.152 = 101.5%

             Driver D has “beaten PAX” and is scored as 100% as no driver can score more than 100
             points.
3.1 IDENTIFICATION AND ADVERTISING

.1   Vehicle numbers and class designation shall be displayed prominently on both sides of the vehicle
     and at least on one horizontal surface (i.e. roof or hood). Numbers shall be at least 8 inches high
     and 1-inch stroke width. Class designations must be a minimum of 4 inches high and be positioned
     after the number.

.2   Only one entry number shall be displayed while on the course even if there are 2 drivers.
4 VEHICLE CATEGORIES, ELIGIBILITY, AND MODIFICATIONS (NATIONAL)
4.0 VEHICLE CATEGORIES

.1   There are 14 vehicle categories:
                                Open Modified
                                Modified
                                Prepared, Improved
                                Super Grand Touring 1 (SGT1)
                                Super Grand Touring 2 (SGT2)
                                Super Grand Touring 3 (SGT3)


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                                 Grand Touring 1 (GT1)
                                 Grand Touring 2 (GT2)
                                 Grand Touring 3 (GT3)
                                 Grand Touring 4 (GT4)
                                 Touring 1 (T1)
                                 Touring 2 (T2)
                                 Touring 3 (T3)



.2   Sections 4, 5 and 6 will determine which vehicle category(ies) a vehicle may compete in.
4.1 MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

     Vehicles must meet the following requirements:

.1   Seatbelts / Safety Harnesses shall meet the requirements of section 1.1.

.2   Battery is securely attached to the vehicle. If the battery is located in the passenger compartment
     (i.e. no bulkhead between battery and driver), it shall also be fully enclosed in a securely attached
     and vented, battery box. Example: marine-type.

.3   Be equipped with coolant catch tanks. Crankcase breather tubes shall not vent onto the track but
     into an adequate size catch can.

.4   Passes any technical inspection completed at the event.
4.2 SERIES RACE & KIT CARS

.1   The following vehicles, sometimes called kit cars, may compete with the same safety equipment as
     a ‘Starting Class’ vehicle provided they are equipped with proper roll over protection (see Sections
     1.3 and 1.4), are road registered, and compete on DOT approved tires:

     Aurora (Cobra style), Dutton, Caterham and Lotus 7 style home finished cars.

     Kit cars will be classified as Modified unless the ASTC issues a special classification for that vehicle,
     based on a Dyno Chart (see 5.0.H Dyno Option), proof of curb weight, and other information as
     deemed necessary.

.2   Vehicles sold by the manufacturer for one of the following race series: Player’s/GM Motorsport,
     Rothmans/Porsche turbo cup, Honda/Michelin, or Ontario Street Stock Challenge (Nissan Sentra
     Series) are eligible to compete based on the starting vehicle type adjusted by PIPs incurred for all
     modifications.
4.3 PRODUCTION VEHICLES

Production vehicle is defined as a single, specific, make, model and year, entered in any class (excluding
Open Modified) and must meet all of the following "production vehicle" requirements:
                a) Have been series produced.
                b) Have been federalized for legal public road use in Canada.
                c) Have been available for purchase and delivery to the general public through the
                     vehicle manufacturer’s retail sales outlet in Canada, unless specifically waived by
                     these Regulations or an ASN Bulletin.
                d) Conform to all the original equipment specifications, as defined in Section 4.4,
                     except for the mandatory requirements of these Regulations and the authorized
                     modifications for the appropriate vehicle category.
                e) Has been exempted by 4.2 above.


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4.4 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS

.1   Original equipment specification ‘OE’ is defined as: all the original equipment parts, or the exact
     equivalent to original equipment replacement parts, that could have been purchased on that
     "production vehicle" in conjunction with all original equipment specifications, and installed by the
     vehicle manufacturer. For example pistons could be replaced with aftermarket items if they were the
     same weight and compression ratio but replacing cast pistons with forged pistons would be a
     modification. If a competitor is unsure if a part is ‘OE’ equivalent, he/she must ask the ASN
     SoloSprint Technical Committee (ASTC) for a written ruling.

.2   Dealer-installed parts or specifications, unless required by a directive from the vehicle manufacturer,
     are not defined as ‘OE’. Parts or specifications that the vehicle manufacturer listed as "competition"
     or similar purposes are not defined as ‘OE’.
4.5 AUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS

Modifications permitted for competition in this rulebook may not be legal for vehicles operated on public
roads and highways. It is the responsibility of the competitor to ensure that his/her vehicle complies with
all applicable laws and safety standards when it is driven on the street.

.1   Authorized modifications for the appropriate vehicle category (i.e. Touring, GT, SGT, Improved,
     Prepared, Modified) are the only permitted modifications. If these Regulations, or a current year ASN
     Bulletin, do not specifically permit a modification to the original equipment specifications, then the
     modification is not authorized. (i.e. if in doubt - don’t.)

.2   Where it is permitted to replace an item, it is authorized to remove the ‘OE’ item to facilitate the
     specified replacement. Where it is permitted to modify an item, only the specified item may be
     modified.

.3   Rules on modifications are written to convey the function, extent or intention of a modification. Any
     method used to circumvent the function, extent or intention of any modification is not considered an
     authorized modification. If there is any uncertainty about the function, extent and/or intention of a
     rule on vehicle modification, it is the competitor’s responsibility to seek clarification from an ASN
     SoloSprint Technical Committee (ASTC) member before undertaking the modification in question.
4.6 MODIFICATION - DEFINITION

     Modification is defined as:

.1   The removal of a part, except when it has been replaced by an exact equivalent to ‘OE’ replacement
     part.

.2   The addition of a part, except when the added part is an exact ‘OE’ part, or an exact equivalent to
     ‘OE’ replacement part, and is in fact replacing the ‘OE’ part.

.3   A non-original equipment method of adjustment or service procedure.

.4   A change to an original equipment specification or a substitution.
4.7 TECHNICAL INSPECTION

     The vehicle must be made available to the technical inspector or Chief Scrutineer upon request. The
     vehicle must pass all the mandatory inspections.




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4.8 BURDEN OF PROOF

       Competitors have the sole burden of providing that their vehicle conforms to all applicable
       Regulations and, except for Open Modified, conforms to all the production vehicle requirements.
       Each competitor must be prepared to produce the owner’s manual, manufacturer’s shop manual(s),
       manufacturer’s catalog(s) and other official documentation as evidence of conformity and eligibility
       of their vehicle.
4.9 AUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS – ZERO PIP VALUE

The modifications defined in Subsection 4.9.0 through 4.9.4 are assessed a zero Performance Index
Point (PIP) value and are therefore the only permitted modifications for ‘Starting Class’ category vehicles
without the declaration of PIPs.
4.9.0 GENERAL MODIFICATION

 .1     Stereo systems, alarm systems, gauges, switches, wipers, lights, mirrors, and other similar parts
 that provide no performance or handling gains, may be added or replaced with similar parts.

 .2    The sun visors, steering wheel (including any air bag contained therein), floor pedals, shifter knob
 and lever may be modified.

 .3     The windshield and convertible top may be folded down provided the folding mechanism is ‘OE’.
 The 'removable sunroof panel' and 'removable t-top panels' may be removed.

 .4   Spare tire(s), tools, jack, loose floor mats and clip-in rear storage security shelf/net/blind must be
 removed.

 .5     Hubcaps, wheel discs and trim rings must be removed if they are not fully secured.

 .6     Seating configuration may be modified in one of the following three ways:

          i.     Removal of the rear seats; OR

          ii.    Removal of the front passenger seat; OR

          iii.   Replacement of the OE driver’s seat with a fixed-back racing bucket seat.

          Any additional unauthorised modification to the seating, front or rear, must be declared under
          Section 5.1C, Body & Trim.

 .7     The seat belt(s) may be replaced with any seat belt(s) and attachment hardware that complies
 with the requirements of Competitor Safety, Section 1.1, Seat Belts.

 .8      Rollover protection that complies with the requirements of Competitor Safety may be added. See
 Sections 1.3 and 1.4. The interior trim and seats may be modified only to the extent necessary to
 facilitate the addition.

 .9     Tow-bar brackets, tie-down hooks and trailer hitches may be added or removed. The bumper,
 frame, exterior trim and exterior panels may be modified only to the extent necessary to facilitate the
 addition or removal.

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4.9.1 ENGINE & TRANSMISSION

 .1     The spark plugs, points, rotor(s), distributor cap(s), ignition coil(s), high tension leads, mechanical
 ignition timing system components, multiple spark discharge and/or capacitive spark discharge
 components and rev limiting devices may be modified. Competitors are reminded that the computerised
 components (and their programming) of the ignition system and the engine management systems must
 remain ‘OE’.

 .2    The battery may be replaced with any similar full-size automobile battery, provided the location is
 ‘OE’ and the quantity of batteries is not decreased.

 .3     The air cleaner assembly may be modified, but no further than; on a normally aspirated engine,
 the intake side (i.e. air cleaner side) of any ‘OE’ airflow sensor or throttle body; and, on a turbo or
 supercharged engine, up to the turbo or supercharger. In addition, on normally aspirated engines only,
 the piping connecting the air cleaner assembly to the engine may be modified or replaced. For clarity
 the ‘OE’ airflow sensor or throttle body may not be replaced or modified.

 .4    Catch tanks, oil filters, fuel filters and oil coolers on the engine, transmission and final drive
 housing may be modified.

 .5    Cylinders may be over-bored up to 1.016 mm (.040 in.) and the pistons replaced with ‘OE’
 oversize pistons.

 .6     The ‘OE’ 'limited-slip' type differential carrier may be replaced with an equivalent size ‘OE’ 'open'
 type differential carrier provided the ring and pinion gears remain ‘OE’.

 .7     The traction control or similar system may be disabled or removed. Altering or disabling the
 traction control by reprogramming the ECU is NOT permitted.

 .8    The engine and transmission locating mount(s) may be modified provided the location of the
 engine and transmission remain ‘OE’.

 .9    The engine cooling system may be modified. The thermostat(s) may be substituted or removed.

 .10 Nut, bolts, screws, studs, washers and other similar fasteners may be replaced, provided that
 they serve no other function than to fasten items, as per ‘OE’.

 .11 The OE catalytic converter(s) may be replaced with aftermarket or ‘high flow’ catalytic
 converter(s) provided they meet (not exempt) current Ontario emissions regulations.

 .12   Fuel line rerouting, except into the interior, is permitted. Insulation may be added.

 .13   An alternate driveshaft and/or half-shafts may be used.

 .14 The clutch system may be modified. The clutch system is defined as: linkage/operating system,
 bell housing, throw-out bearing, disc, pressure plate and pilot bearing. The transmission shift linkage
 may be modified.

 .15   The exhaust system may be modified under the following limitations:

         -    Naturally aspirated and supercharged vehicles: the cat-back exhaust system, excluding any
              other part of the exhaust manifold(s), may be modified provided the exhaust system meets
              (not exempt) current Ontario emission regulations.




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         -      Exhaust system components may be insulation wrapped or treated with high temperature
                coatings.

 .16   The automatic transmission shift program & torque converter may be modified.

 .17   Underdrive or alternate accessory drive pulleys are permitted.

 .18   An OE Limited Slip Differential, excluding the gear ratio, may be modified.
4.9.2 SUSPENSION & RUNNING GEAR

 .1     Wheel alignment may be adjusted. The alignment settings shall be within the manufacturer's
 original specifications for non-competition purposes.

 .2    The braking system may be modified including calipers, rotors, hydraulics, pads and the ABS
 system. A brake cooling system may be added.

 .3    The road wheel(s) may be replaced with any 10-inch or larger diameter road wheel(s) provided
 no modification is done to facilitate wheel clearance other than modification to the inner-fender panel(s),
 provided these modifications serve no other function. The fender must remain ‘OE’, however inner
 fender lips may be rolled/flattened to facilitate tire clearance.

 .4    The tire(s) may be replaced with any brand, model and size of tire(s), provided:

         i.       It is not a racing slick. If there is a (DOT) approval number moulded to the tire or the tire
                     is for all intents and purposes equivalent to a DOT approved version, i.e. Grand Am
                     Cup Hoosier, foreign market Yokohama A048R, then it is not a racing slick.

         ii.      Except for an ‘OE’ tire, the specific brand and model of replacement tire is available in
                   two wheel diameters.

         iii.     No modification is done to facilitate tire clearance other than modification to the inner-
                   fender panel(s), provided these modifications serve no other function. The fender must
                   remain ‘OE’, however inner fender lips may be rolled/flattened to facilitate tire
                   clearance.

         iv.      The Tire size is limited by the following: the horizontal top contact patch portion of the
                   tire, when viewed from the top and perpendicular to the ground, must not extend
                   beyond the original wheel well opening. To determine if a particular wheel/tire
                   combination meets this rule, the tire contact patch may be determined by rolling the tire
                   when mounted on the car and at the maximum permitted inflation pressure, through a
                   thin (1/16th of an inch or less) layer of powdered substance such as chalk. Once the
                   contact patch is so marked, the vehicle is rolled ahead so that the chalked portion of the
                   tire tread is at the top. If the chalked area of the tread does not extend beyond a plumb
                   line dropped from the fender edge, then the combination is legal.

 .5    The shock absorber attachment points, system and hardware may be modified by installation of
 alignment adjusting devices provided the suspension geometry remains 'OE'. Shock absorber
 attachment location and alignment must also remain 'OE'.

 .6     The suspension mounting points on the chassis/frame may be reinforced. Strut and other
 suspension mounting point braces may be added to the chassis/frame and firewall. Suspension braces,
 (e.g. strut tower braces, tunnel braces, and tie-bars) subframe connectors and firewall braces may be
 added. The chassis/frame and floor pan may be modified only to the extent necessary to facilitate this.




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 .7     Updating or backdating of suspension components is permitted provided all of the following
 conditions are met:

         i.      the components installed come from the same model (but a different year)

         ii.     the components are directly interchangeable without modification

        iii.     the two model years have the same SUSP rating

 .8      Anti-roll bar end links may be replaced with alternate end links.
4.9.3 BODY AND TRIM

 .1    The front fender(s) may be replaced with any front fender(s) of equivalent size and shape to ‘OE,
 and equivalent or greater weight than ‘OE’.

 .2    Spoilers, air dams and skirts (i.e.. body kits) and spoilers may be added or replaced provided the
 replacement is of equivalent or greater weight than ‘OE’. The exterior panels, exterior trim and bumpers
 may be modified only to the extent necessary to facilitate the addition or replacement.

 .3    Grills, ducts and scoops in exterior panels may be enlarged or added to facilitate engine
 cooling/induction or brake cooling, provided these modifications serve no other function.

 .4      Exterior mouldings, badges and mirrors may be modified.
4.10 “MODIFIED” AND “OPEN MODIFIED” CLASS VEHICLES

.1        The vehicle must comply with all the requirements of both Competitor Safety and Vehicle
Eligibility.

.2       Rollover protection that complies with the requirements of Vehicle & Competitor safety (Section
1.3 or 1.4) must be added.

.3       The modification limits are specified under the class listings:

           i.     ‘Open Modified’ includes the following non-production vehicles: formula; sports racing;
                  open-wheel; tube frame; non-production drive configuration; more than one engine.

           ii.    ‘Modified’ includes all Production Vehicles (defined in Section 4.3) subject to Section
                  4.10.4, but have utilised more than the allowable PIPs as indicated for their vehicle in
                  the ‘Prepared’ category.

.4       Racing slicks (see 4.9.2.4) are allowed.



5 PERFORMANCE INDEX POINT (PIP) SCHEDULE
5.1 ENGINE & DRIVETRAIN
A INTAKE SYSTEMS

.1    Modification of the intake manifold(s), throttle body, plenum, or intake air sensor system, any or all.1 PIP

.2    Modification to the ‘carburetor system’, including fuel pump(s) and fuel pressure regulator(s),
      excluding the number of venturi and excluding the intake manifold.                                1 PIP




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.3   Interchange of the OE carburetor with another carburetor(s) that have a greater number of venturi
     than OE.                                                                                      3 PIP

.4   Interchange of the OE ‘carburetor system’ with a ‘throttle body fuel injection system’ with the same
     number of air throttles as the number of OE venturi; includes all required sensors and control units
     and all items under Sections 5.0.A.2, A.3 and C.1.                                                3 PIP

.5   Interchange of the OE ‘carburetor system’ with a ‘throttle body fuel injection system’ that has a
     greater number of air throttles than the number of OE venturi; includes all required sensors and
     control units and all items under Sections 5.0.A.2, A.3, and C.1.                                 5 PIP

.6   Interchange of the OE ‘carburetor system’ with a ‘multi point fuel injection system’; includes all
     required sensors and control units and all items under Sections 5.0.A.2, A.3 and C.1.              6 PIP
B EXHAUST SYSTEMS

.1   Non-turbocharged vehicles: Modification to the exhaust manifold(s), heat exchanger(s) or exhaust
     header(s) and including any other intermediate pipe between the cylinder head and the catalytic
     converter.                                                                                     2 PIP

.2   Factory original turbocharged vehicles: Modification to exhaust manifold system, defined as exhaust
     manifold(s); heat exchanger(s); and exhaust header(s); excludes exhaust up-pipes(s) and
     downpipe(s) (from turbocharger to catalytic converter).                                        2 PIP

.3   Factory original turbocharged vehicles: Modification to the up-pipe(s) and/or downpipe(s) (from
     turbocharger to catalytic converter).                                                           3 PIP

.4   Removal or gutting of the catalytic converter(s) and/or other modifications such as modification or
     removal of emissions control systems including: emission control air pump nozzle(s); thermal
     reactor(s) and integrated plumbing; PCV and fuel evaporator systems that render the vehicle
     noncompliant with the applicable emissions standards for a street-driven vehicle of the type.    1 PIP

.5   Modification to the cat-back exhaust system on a naturally aspirated or supercharged vehicle, where
     the diameter of the exhaust piping is larger than ‘OE’.                                        1 PIP



C ENGINE ELECTRONIC AND FUEL SYSTEM

.1   Naturally aspirated vehicles: Modification to the computerised component(s) of the ignition or engine
     management system (e.g. chipping the ECU or reprogramming it from OE by other means for any
     reason). Also includes modifications under 5.0.C.3.                                              2 PIP

.2   Factory original turbocharged and supercharged vehicles: Modification to the computerised
     component(s) of the ignition or engine management system (e.g. chipping the ECU or
     reprogramming it by other means for any reason). Also includes modifications under 5.0.C.3.       4 PIP

.3   Modifications to any of the fuel pump(s); fuel pressure regulator(s); fuel injector(s); engine sensors;
     and any other non-engine management computer component that effects the fuel pressure or fuel
     mapping.                                                                                           1 PIP



D FORCED INDUCTION SYSTEMS

.1   Modification to intercooler or water injection system; any or all.                                3 PIP



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.2   Addition of an air-to-liquid intercooling system.                                                 4 PIP

.3   Addition of a water spray system; includes water spraying any non-oxidizer or accelerant.         1 PIP

.4   Modification that affects the boost pressure control system, any or all.                          3 PIP

.5   Modification to the OE turbocharger affecting flow or efficiency, (trimming OE wheels or replacing
     them with non-OE wheels) or installation of a non-OE turbocharger, including exhaust manifold(s).6 PIP

.6   Factory supercharged vehicles: Modification to the OE supercharger, including the pulley system.3 PIP

.7   The addition of a turbocharger system to a vehicle that did not come factory equipped with one;
     includes all modifications permitted under Sections 5.0.B.2, 5.0.B.3, 5.0.C.2, 5.0.D.2, 5.0.D.4. 13 PIP

     Note: Additional PIPs are assessed for modifications under Sections 5.0.A.2 and 5.0.D.1

.8   The addition of a supercharger system to a vehicle that did not come factory equipped with one;
     includes all modifications permitted under Sections 5.0.B.1, 5.0.C.2, 5.0.D.2, 5.0.D.4.       9 PIP

     Note: Additional PIPs are assessed for modifications under Sections 5.0.A.2 and 5.0.D.1.
E CYLINDER HEAD(S) AND VALVETRAIN SYSTEMS

.1   Modification of the camshaft(s), including valve springs, valve retainers and the valve-timing
     controller (e.g. cam gear(s) or VTEC controller).                                                 3 PIP

.2   Modification to the rocker arms, including addition of rocker arms or to the valve timing controller
     (e.g. cam gears or VTEC controller); excludes camshaft(s) and any or all other valvetrain
     components.                                                                                        1 PIP

.3   Modification to the ‘OE’ cylinder head(s), including porting and polishing and any modification to the
     valves; excludes any changes that affect compression (i.e. milling the head, reshaping the
     combustion chamber, non-OE head gasket thickness, any or all).                                    2 PIP

.4   Substitution of the factory original OE cylinder head(s) for a different OE cylinder head(s) from the
     same manufacturer, including Section 5.0.E.1, valvetrain and camshaft(s) but excluding Section
     5.0.A.1, intake manifold and throttle body; excludes any or all performance or race head(s) available
     from the OE manufacturer or the aftermarket.                                                       4 PIP

Note: ‘OE’ for the purposes of this rule means that the cylinder head must have been produced for use on
a production vehicle; excludes any cylinder head available in the manufacturer’s performance catalog.

.5   Substitution of the factory original OE cylinder head(s) for a non OE cylinder head(s), including high
     performance or race head(s) from OE and aftermarket manufacturers; including Section 5.0.F.1,
     valvetrain and camshaft(s), but excluding Section 5.0.A.1, intake manifold and throttle body.     7 PIP

Note: ‘Non OE’ for the purposes of this rule means that the cylinder head has been purpose-built for high
performance or race applications, was never equipped from the factory on any production vehicle, and
comes with significantly improved design characteristics equivalent to Section 5.0E.3
F RECIPROCATING ENGINE SYSTEMS

.1   Any change from factory original OE compression resulting from: modification to the pistons;
     modification to the cylinder head(s) combustion chamber; milling the cylinder head(s); modification to
     cylinder head gasket(s) thickness; decking the block; any or all.                               2 PIP




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.2   Cylinder overbore greater than 1.016 mm (.040 in.).                                              2 PIP

.3   Any change to the stroke of the engine, including modification of the connecting rods and/or
     crankshaft.                                                                                      3 PIP

Note: Any change from OE compression resulting from Sections 5.0.F.2 and/or 5.0.F.3 would be
assessed PIPs under Section 5.0.F.1. If OE compression is re-established without gaining a measurable
performance improvement in the process (e.g. using a thicker head gasket), no PIPs need be declared
under Section 5.0.F.1.



.4   Rotary engine modification, including porting and apex seal modification; excludes any change to the
     number of rotor chambers and vehicle drive configuration.                                     7 PIP
G ENGINE SWAPS

.1   Substitution of a complete unmodified drivetrain, including the engine, transmission/transaxle and
     the related unmodified engine management components subject to the following restrictions below:
                 a) If, as part of the drivetrain swap, the transmission/transaxle includes a limited slip
                      differential when the OE transmission/transaxles did not, 2 PIPs must be declared
                      under Section 5.1.A.3.
                 b) If, as part of the drivetrain swap, the transmission/transaxle used has gearing and/or
                      a final drive different from that originally equipped (OE) with the engine being
                      installed, PIPs must be declared under Section 5.1.A.1.

.2   Swapped engines may be modified and assessed PIPs under Sections 5.1.A through F.

.3   Swapped engines will result in the vehicle being assigned a new Starting PI based on the
     horsepower rating of the installed engine.

.4   Any vehicle with an engine swap may be required, at the discretion of the ASN SoloSprint Technical
     Committee (ASTC), to provide a dyno plot (see Section H for requirements) for the purposes of
     classification.
H DYNO PLOT REQUIREMENT

.1   Any competitor with a turbocharged or supercharged vehicle that has accumulated 12 PIPs or more,
     as assessed in Section 5.0.A thru G, Engine, is required to provide the ASN SoloSprint Technical
     Committee (ASTC) with a dyno plot (at the competitor’s expense) from a reputable dynamometer
     facility documenting the SAE corrected horsepower level for the engine.

     Any competitor, regardless of engine type or level of modification, may request to submit a dyno plot
     for the purposes of classifying their vehicle if they have good reason to believe the factory reported
     horsepower rating for their vehicle is inaccurate. The ASTC may deny any dyno plot request if the
     request is deemed baseless and/or if the competitor fails to substantiate their request.

     The horsepower level from the dyno plot will be converted to crank horsepower using the conversion
     table below and then substituted for the base horsepower rating in the classification spreadsheet in
     order to determine an accurate classification category for the vehicle in question. This rule replaces
     PIPs assessed for Sections 5.0.A thru G;

     Wheel-To-Crank Horsepower Conversion Table:

     Instructions: To convert wheel horsepower to crank horsepower (which is then substituted into the
     classification spreadsheet in order to determine your vehicle’s new Starting PI), divide your peak or



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     maximum wheel horsepower value as measured on the dyno by the value below that matches the
     dyno type used and the drivetrain configuration of your vehicle.
               Dyno type \ Drivetrain              FWD               RWD                 AWD
               DynoJet (inertia dyno)              0.865             0.855               0.845
            Mustang (eddy current dyno)            0.840             0.830               0.820
               DynaPack (hub dyno)                 0.870             0.865               0.860

.2   In order for the ASTC to accept the validity of the dyno plot provided by a competitor, the test must
     be conducted as follows: using the gear closest to 1:1 ratio (unless another gear gives a higher dyno
     reading power result, in which case that gear shall be used) for all dyno runs; using the same
     wheels and tires that will be used during SoloSprint competition if an inertia-style (i.e. Dynojet) or
     eddy current (i.e. Mustang) dyno is used; using the same fuel (i.e. octane level) as used during
     SoloSprint competition; using the same boost controller set at a declared level (i.e. you cannot
     increase the boost level at the track beyond the boost level used during the dyno test); and any/all
     other ‘tuning’ settings must be the same as those used during SoloSprint competition. If ANY change
     is made to the engine or associated systems that affect power production, including tuning changes
     effecting ignition and fuel timing, cam timing, or other, this must be reported, and a new and
     accurate dyno graph may be required to be submitted for classification purposes.

.3   The dyno plot must be submitted in the format provided using the dyno plot form designated for the
     purpose and must be generated by using best practices and must not use any method that would
     result in an understatement of power.

.4   Any abuse of this rule by a competitor will result in an immediate and retroactive (for the current
     season) classification that places the vehicle in question in ‘Modified’ class.

.5   Failure to submit a dyno plot when one is required will result in a minimum penalty of 5 PIPs
     assessed on top of the vehicle’s final PIP total, with a maximum PIP penalty to be determined by
     and at the discretion of the ASTC.

.6   For any vehicle with questionable factory horsepower data (i.e. no known accurate and verifiable
     source), a dyno plot may be required by the ASTC for the purposes of classifying the vehicle in
     question.
5.2 OTHER MODIFICATIONS
A DRIVE TRAIN

.1      Modification to the transmission gears or final drive gear ratio.                              1 PIP

.2      Installation of a Limited Slip Differential on a car not originally equipped with an LSD.    1.5 PIP
B SUSPENSION AND RUNNING GEAR

Suspension and running gear modifications that accumulate sPIPs are noted in this section. The total
number of sPIPs accumulated must be converted to PIPs in accordance with the table at the end of this
section for the purpose of calculating the running class.

.1      Modification to the front suspension anti-roll bar.                                           1 sPIP

.2      Modification to the rear suspension anti-roll bar.                                            1 sPIP

.3       ‘Non-stock alignment’ settings, as defined. Non-stock alignment is defined as: adjustment of
caster, camber and/or toe outside the limits specified by the manufacturer for non-competition purposes. 1 sPIP



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           Note: Minor hardware (e.g. fastener and shim) changes are permitted. Modified camber/caster
           plates and/or control arms are permitted with any bushing material type under this paragraph
           provided installation is for the sole purpose of alignment adjustment. On lowered cars
           modification to an existing Panhard rod is permitted to compensate for the change in ride height.

.4      Modification to the OE shock absorbers/struts, including all operational and attachment parts.
Factory specified ride height must be maintained.                                                   2 sPIP

           Note: Installation of alignment adjustable devices, as described in Section 5.1 B.3, are permitted
           for the sole purpose of setting alignment to within OE specifications.

.5      Modification to the OE suspension springs, including non-OE ride height (adjustable spring
perches are permitted but any change to the damping elements of the shocks/struts must be claimed
under 5.1B.4).                                                                                     4 sPIP

           Note: Installation of alignment adjustable devices, as described in Section 5.1 B.3, are permitted
           for the sole purpose of setting alignment to within OE specifications.

.6         Modification to the subframe or k-member; excludes a-arms or any other suspension arms or
links.     2 sPIP

.7      Use of wheels/tires that protrude beyond the OE wheel well opening (see Section 4.9.2.4.iv) of
the vehicle including flaring the fenders.                                                        2 sPIP

.8         Modification to a rear suspension by installation of a Panhard Rod or Watts Link               1 sPIP

.9         Installation of a torque link on a live rear axle.                                             1 sPIP

.10     Non-authorised modification of any/all other suspension components, including: a-arms; control
arms; trailing arms, bushings not covered elsewhere in this section.                             1 sPIP



                                          CONVERSION TABLE sPIP to PIP

             ≤0       1       2       3        4       5         6      7      8      9     10     11     ≥12

SUSP        sPIP    sPIP    sPIP    sPIP     sPIP    sPIP       sPIP   sPIP   sPIP   sPIP   sPIP   sPIP   sPIP

 ≤35%        0.0     1.5     3.1     4.5      6.0     7.3       8.6    9.8    11.0   12.1   13.1   14.1   15.0

     40%     0.0     1.5     3.0     4.4      5.7     7.0       8.2    9.4    10.5   11.5   12.5   13.4   14.3

     45%     0.0     1.4     2.8     4.2      5.5     6.7       7.9    9.0    10.0   11.0   11.9   12.8   13.6

     50%     0.0     1.4     2.7     4.0      5.2     6.4       7.5    8.5    9.5    10.4   11.3   12.1   12.8

     55%     0.0     1.3     2.6     3.8      5.0     6.1       7.1    8.1    9.0    9.8    10.6   11.3   12.0

     60%     0.0     1.2     2.4     3.6      4.7     5.7       6.7    7.6    8.4    9.2    9.9    10.6   11.2

     65%     0.0     1.1     2.3     3.3      4.4     5.3       6.2    7.1    7.8    8.5    9.2    9.8    10.3

     70%     0.0     1.1     2.1     3.1      4.1     5.0       5.8    6.5    7.2    7.9    8.4    8.9    9.4



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     75%    0.0     1.0    2.0     2.9     3.7     4.5     5.3   5.9     6.6      7.1    7.6    8.0     8.4

     80%    0.0     0.8    1.7     2.5     3.3     4.0     4.7   5.3     5.8      6.2    6.6    7.0     7.3

     85%    0.0     0.8    1.6     2.3     3.0     3.6     4.1   4.6     5.0      5.4    5.7    5.9     6.1

           Note: Find row with your car’s SUSP rating, BOLD number in the column containing the number
           of sPIPs accumulated represents the PIP value of this suspension modification. For example, a
           50% SUSP car with 6 sPIPs must add 7.5 PIPs to its starting PI due to its suspension
           modifications.



C BODY AND TRIM

Body & Trim modifications that accumulate bPIPs are noted in this section. The total number of bPIPs
accumulated must be converted to PIPs in accordance with the table at the end of this section for the
purpose of calculating the running class.

The negative bPIP(s) claimed for roll over protection and fire suppression systems can only be used to
offset bPIP(s) claimed under Body & Trim, Section 5.1C. Where a replacement exterior panel is claimed,
the exterior surface of the replacement panel must completely replace the ‘OE’ panel and must be without
holes and any other interruptions in surface continuity, unless authorised. The replacement panel must be
metal, glass-reinforced plastic or fire-resistant material.

Note: Any vehicle with more than 4 PIPs in the Section 5.1C ‘Body & Trim’ MUST submit a ‘race trim’ curb
weight, as prescribed in Section 5.1D ‘Curb Weight Option’.

.1       Installation of roll over protection that complies with the design requirements of Section 2.4 Roll
Over Protection commonly referred to as a roll cage AND a fire suppression system, minimum
requirement being a fully charged 2.5 lb. (5 BC) (or larger) fire extinguisher securely attached to the
interior and in a position and manner readily accessible to both the driver and a Marshal.            – 2 bPIP

.2       Installation of roll over protection that complies with the design requirements of Section 2.3 Roll
Over Protection commonly referred to as a roll bar AND a fire suppression system, minimum requirement
being a fully charged 2.5 lb. (5 BC) (or larger) fire extinguisher securely attached to the interior and in a
position and manner readily accessible to both the driver and a Marshal.                               – 1 bPIP

.3       Modification or substitution of any/all ‘exterior panels’ including opening/closing hardware, defined
as: roof, trunk lid, hatch back or similar lid (excluding all windows, valance, hood, and sunroof).     2 bPIP

.4     Modification or substitution of the hood (e.g. fibreglass or carbon fibre), including all attachment
hardware.                                                                                              1 bPIP

.5         Removal or modification of the ‘OE’ sunroof, including all attachment and operational hardware. 1 bPIP

.6         Removal of the heater core and any associated heating system hardware.                     0.5 bPIP

.7      Removal of the lighting systems, including the headlights, taillights, and all associated hardware
and wiring.                                                                                           1 bPIP

.8         Non-authorised passenger seat modification, substitution or removal.                        1 bPIP

.9         Non-authorised rear seat modification, substitution or removal.                             1 bPIP



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.10    Removal of the air conditioning compressor and any associated air conditioning system
hardware.                                                                                    0.5 bPIP

.11    Modification to any/all windows, excluding the windshield, defined as: glass; attachment
hardware; and mouldings.                                                                              1 bPIP

.12     Modification to the windshield.                                                               1 bPIP

.13      Modification to ‘interior trim’, not otherwise specified as an authorised mod, defined as: dash;
console; headliner; interior mirrors; air bags; carpet; and any other interior body panels forward of the
driver’s seat back.                                                                                     1 bPIP

.14     Modification to ‘interior trim’, not otherwise specified as an authorised mod, defined as: headliner;
air bags; carpet; and any other interior body panels aft of the driver’s seat back.                   1 bPIP

.15     Non-authorised battery(ies) or change in location(s), any or all.                             1 bPIP

.16     Modification to the front and/or rear ‘bumper systems’, defined as: bumper, attachment hardware;
brackets; energy absorbing devices; and any other bumper system part.                             1 bPIP

.17     Replacing the fuel tank(s) with a safety fuel cell(s) (see definition below) provided a bulkhead
separates the fuel cell from the vehicle interior. The interior trim and floor pan may be modified only to the
extent necessary to facilitate the replacement.                                                        1 bPIP

        DEFINITION:

        i.      A Fuel Cell is defined as consisting of an FIA approved inner bladder/tank, approved fuel
                cell foam and a metal container as specified herein.

        ii.     A Fuel Tank is defined as consisting of a cross-linked polymer tank intended for use as a
                fuel tank in a race car, approved fuel cell foam and a metal container as specified herein.

.18     Modification to flywheel (reduction in rotating mass).                                        1 bPIP

        Body and Trim PIPs (bPIPs) shall be converted to regular PIPs in accordance with the following
        table for the purpose of calculating the final PI. The HP value used to convert bPIPs to PIPs shall
        be the rated power of the vehicle unless the Dyno Plot option has been taken; in which case the
        HP value shall be the crank HP calculated using the Dyno Plot option.

                                       Conversion Table: bPIPs to PIPs

                           less than      136 to      176 to      221 to       271 to       over

              bPIPs        135 HP         175 HP      220 HP     270 HP       350 HP       350 HP

               ≤0              0            0              0         0           0            0

               0.5            0.5          0.4             0.3      0.3         0.2          0.2

                1              1           0.8             0.6      0.5         0.4          0.3

               1.5            1.5          1.2             0.9      0.8         0.6          0.5

                2              2           1.6             1.2      1.0         0.8          0.6

               2.5            2.5          2.0             1.5      1.3         1.0          0.8



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                 3              3           2.4             1.8       1.5          1.2          0.9

                3.5            3.5          2.8             2.1       1.8          1.4          1.1

                 4              4           3.2             2.4       2.0          1.6          1.2
D CURB WEIGHT OPTION

Any competitor whose vehicle is equipped with: a roll bar and fire extinguisher meeting SoloSprint
regulations, (as defined in Sections 1.3 and 1.4) and/or a SoloSprint legal engine swap (as defined in
Section 6.1.H) may opt to provide the ASN SoloSprint Technical Committee (ASTC) with ‘race trim’ curb
weight data to be substituted into the spreadsheet for classification purposes. This option replaces
Section 5.1.C, meaning that no PIPs need to be declared in the ‘Body & Trim’ section of the rulebook.

         In order for the ASTC to accept the accuracy and validity of the curb weight data provided by a
         competitor, the vehicle MUST be weighed in full ‘race trim’ defined as: full fluids (i.e. brake,
         transmission, coolant, and fuel); competition wheels and tires; no spare tire, jack, floor mats and
         any other items normally removed prior to SoloSprint competition; any/all other Body & Trim
         modifications as the car will sit in pit lane during SoloSprint competition. The weighing must be
         conducted on properly calibrated and operated corner weight scales or at a municipal weigh
         station capable of accurately measuring passenger vehicle weight.

         Note: Ballast or the addition of any fixed dead weight for the purposes of increasing ‘race trim’
         weight and thus lower a vehicle’s classification is prohibited. Exceptions may be made, at the
         discretion of the ASTC, that allow regional race cars (i.e. Touring GT Championship) equipped
         with ballast to compete without being required to remove the ballast.
6 VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION (NATIONAL)
6.0 VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION

.1    Any vehicle not specifically listed will be provisionally classified at the event they enter. They will be
      classified by the first official who is both present and willing to make the classification from the
      following list:
     a) the Chairman of the ASN SoloSprint Technical Committee (ASTC),
     b) any member of the ASTC,
     c) failing which, the Event Organizer.

.2    Any competitor requiring vehicle classification should request that from the ASN SoloSprint
      Technical Committee (ASTC). A Series competitor is advised to request this prior to competition to
      ensure points are accumulated in the same class all year (see .3, below). Please include your
      proposed classing, explanation and suitable back up material.

.3    Vehicle classification will become official when it is verified by the ASTC; classifications are
      provisional until that time and may be changed. Points and events will not be retroactively re-scored
      if a provisional classification is changed.

.4    A vehicle that is wrongly classified or is not officially classified may be protested as specified in the
      GCR's.

.5    Organizers may refuse a non-classified vehicle if the Organizer believes the vehicle is unsafe.
      Classified vehicles may be excluded based on technical inspection or Scrutineering. Please note
      that rule 1.5.1, (VEHICLE, BASIC REQUIREMENTS) effectively prohibits all SUVs and pickup trucks
      from participation in Time Attack events.




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6.1 CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM

A linear classification framework has been developed to systematically classify vehicles. The key
elements of the system are detailed below.

1.   The first step in classifying a vehicle is to determine its ‘Performance Index’ (PI). PI is calculated
     using a ‘Weight to Horsepower Index’ (W-HP) and a ‘Handling Index’ (SUSP) for the factory original
     version of the vehicle to be classified. This information provides a means to measure each vehicle’s
     on-track performance potential.

2.   A ‘Weight to Horsepower Index’ (W-HP) is derived at for each representative vehicle by comparing
     that vehicle’s curb weight divided by its HP to a scale with a maximum value of 35.0 and a minimum
     value of 6.0. For example, a vehicle that weighs 3,400 lbs. and has 300 HP from the factory will have
     a W-HP of 3,400/300 = 11.3. Its W-HP Index would be (Max WHP-WHP) ÷ (Max WHP-Min WHP) =
     (35.0-11.3) ÷ (35.0-6.0) = 23.7 ÷ 29.0 = 81.7%.

3.   The ‘Handling Index’ (SUSP) is a value from 5 to 100, in increments of 5, that is assigned to each
     representative vehicle to judge its handling and braking capability (and other non-engine output or
     weight related criteria) relative to other vehicles. More details and a list of examples for each value in
     the handling index scale are outlined in Section 6.2, Handling Index. The examples provided are to
     be used as reference points to establish handling indexes for non-classified vehicles.

4.   A ‘Performance Index’ (PI) is established for each vehicle to rank the vehicles relative to each other,
     and is based on a weighted average of the two sub-indices described in Subsections 6.1.2 and
     6.1.3. The relative weighting of the indices is: 70% W-HP and 30% SUSP, as listed in Section 6.3,
     Relative Weighting of Indices. The result is truncated at one decimal place.

5.   The root or ‘Starting Class’ for each vehicle is based on where that vehicle’s Performance Index (PI)
     falls relative to the ‘Starting Class’ break points, as detailed in Section 6.4, ‘Starting Class’
     Categories and Break Points.

6.   Non-stock vehicles, i.e. vehicles that are assessed PIPs and/or authorised modifications, fall into any
     of the classes above its ‘Starting Class’, based on category break points described in Section 6.4,
     Starting Class Categories and Break Points; Section 4, ‘Vehicle Categories, Eligibility, and
     Modifications’; and Section 5, ‘Performance Index Point (PIP) Schedule’.
6.2 HANDLING INDEX

        There are a number of factors that influence handling - suspension design, steering geometry,
        frame/chassis rigidity, wheelbase, track, weight distribution, center of gravity, roll stiffness, size of
        tire that will physically fit on the vehicle, etc. The ASTC has quantified these various handling
        attributes (and other non-engine output or weight attributes) into a ‘Handling Index’ number. This
        table consists of a list of ‘Handling Index’ numbers with examples of common vehicles that were
        used as a reference in evaluating other vehicles. Note: The top of the index was purposely left
        open to allow for better handling vehicles in the future.

Index     Vehicle Examples
        100
        95
        90 Porsche 911 GT2 (2003), Ferrari F360 Modena (2002)
        85 Dodge Viper ACR (2000), C5 Corvette Z06 (2002), Porsche 911 Turbo (2003)
        80 C5 Corvette Coupe (2002), WRX STi (2004), BMW M3 (2002)
        75 Porsche Boxster (2003), Honda S2000 (2001), RX7 Twin Turbo (1995)
        70 C4 Corvette (1996), Acura Integra Type R (2001), Mazda Miata MX-5 (2000)
        65 BMW 328i (1997), Porsche 944 Turbo (1989), Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V (2002)
        60 Subaru Impreza WRX (2002), Honda Prelude SH (2001), Eagle Talon TSi AWD (1997)



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      55   Honda Civic Si (1993), Ford Mustang Cobra SVT (1998), Audi A4 2.8 FrontTrak (1999)
      50   Chevrolet Camaro IROC (1989), Honda CRX Si (1987), Volkswagen Golf GTi (1998)
      45   Mazda RX-7 (1981), Honda Accord EX coupe (1997), Saturn SC2 (1994)
      40   Toyota Camry CE V6 (2002), Volkswagen Jetta VR6 GLX (1998), Chevrolet Cavalier Z24
           (1993)
      35   Ford Mustang 5.0 (1988), Dodge Daytona IROC R/T (1993), Subaru Legacy Turbo (1993)
      30   Dodge Omni GLH Turbo (1986), Audi Coupe GT (1987), Triumph TR4A (1965)
      25   Toyota Paseo (1997), Volvo 123 (1967)
      20   Toyota Starlett (1983), Toyota Tercel (1996)
      15
      10
      5
6.3 RELATIVE WEIGHTING OF INDICES

Weight-to-Horsepower Index        70%

Handling Index                    30%
6.4 ‘STARTING CLASS’ CATEGORIES AND BREAK POINTS
.1      Linear Classification System
                                         Performance Index (PI)
        Class
                                              Break Points
        *Modified                            105% and above
        *Prepared                              100-104.9%
        *Improved                                95-99.9%
        Super Grand Touring 1                    90-94.9%
        Super Grand Touring 2                    85-89.9%
        Super Grand Touring 3                    80-84.9%
        Grand Touring 1                          75-79.9%
        Grand Touring 2                          70-74.9%
        Grand Touring 3                          65-69.9%
        Grand Touring 4                          60-64.9%
        Touring 1                                55-59.9%
        Touring 2                                50-54.9%
        Touring 3                             less than 50%

*no factory original vehicles start in the top two classes

To determine your vehicle’s root or ‘Starting Class’, refer to Appendix C - Vehicle Classification. Note your
vehicle’s Performance Index (PI), and then add all applicable Performance Index Points (PIPs) from
Section 5 to its PI value, after referring to Section 4 to determine any zero PIP or ‘authorized
modifications’ for your vehicle. Cross-reference your vehicle’s modified PI value with the break points
shown above in Section 6.4.1 to determine the category (or class) your vehicle will compete in.

.2       Open Modified: for Formula, Open-wheeled, Sports Racing, and other non-production vehicles.
This class operates outside the linear classification system, as defined in Section 6.4.1. For this reason
results from this class will not be used for determining an Event PAX Average.




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.3     Modified class represents the highest class for production-based vehicles. As such the
performance potential in this class is open-ended and is considered to be outside the linear classification
system. For this reason results from this class will not be used for determining an Event PAX Average.




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                                      Appendix A – Contacts
Canadian SoloSport Chapters
       British Columbia - The Confederation of Autosport Car Clubs (CACC)
       http://www.caccautosport.org/

       Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba - Western Canada Motorsport Association (WCMA)
       http://www.wcma.ca/

       Ontario - Canadian Automobile Sport Clubs – Ontario Region (CASC-OR)
       http://www.casc.on.ca/

       Quebec - Fédération de Sport Automobile du Québec (FSAQ)
       http://www.fsaq.qc.ca/

       Maritimes - Atlantic Region Motor Sports Inc. (ARMS)
       http://www.armsinc.ca/

2008 ASN Canada FIA National SoloSport Committee
       Terry Epp, National Director               Chuck Atkins – CASC-OR
       Stouffville, ON                            Dundas, ON
       rally.cars@sympatico.ca                    chuck_atkins@ispnet.ca

       – CACC                                     Bruno Toussaint – FSAQ
                                                  Brossard, Quebec
                                                  solosport@fsaq.qc.ca

       Doug Campbell – WCMA                       Dave Hull – ARMS
       Calgary, Alberta                           Truro, NS
       talongeo@shaw.ca                           d.hull@ns.sympatico.ca




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                      APPENDIX B – VEHICLE CLASSIFICATIONS

   Make                  Model            From     To    Weight      BHP   SUSP    PI    Class
N/A          Not Production Based
Acura        1.6 EL SE                   2000    2000         2478   127     55   53.8   T2
Acura        1.7 EL                      2001    2001         2546   127     50   51.0   T2
Acura        2.3 CL                      1999    1999         3003   150     45   49.6   T3
Acura        3.0 CL                      1999    1999         3232   200     45   58.9   T1
Acura        3.2 CL Type S               2001    2001         3510   260     50   66.8   GT3
Acura        3.2 CL Type S               2004    2006         3446   260     55   68.9   GT3
Acura        3.2 TL                      2007    2007         3623   258     50   65.5   GT3
Acura        3.2 TL Type S               2003    2003         3551   260     55   68.0   GT3
Acura        3.5 TL Type S               2007    2007         3559   286     55   70.9   GT2
Acura        CSX Premium                 2006    2006         2895   155     55   55.8   T1
Acura        CSX Touring                 2006    2006         2842   155     55   56.7   T1
Acura        CSX Type S                  2007    2007         2952   197     70   69.3   GT3
Acura        Integra GS-R                1993    1993         2657   160     60   62.3   GT4
Acura        Integra GS-R                1994    2001         2668   170     60   64.6   GT4
Acura        Integra LS                  1995    1995         2643   142     55   56.0   T1
Acura        Integra LS coupe            1992    1992         2623   140     55   55.7   T1
Acura        Integra RS                  1993    1993         2557   140     55   56.8   T1
Acura        Integra Type R              2001    2001         2639   195     70   72.8   GT2
Acura        Legend LS Coupe             1995    1995         3538   230     50   62.3   GT4
Acura        NSX                         1991    1991         3009   270     80   81.5   SGT3
Acura        NSX                         2002    2002         3153   290     80   82.2   SGT3
Acura        NSX-T                       1998    1998         3164   290     80   82.1   SGT3
Acura        RL                          2005    2005         4001   300     50   67.2   GT3
Acura        RSX                         2002    2002         2634   160     55   61.2   GT4
Acura        RSX Type S                  2002    2002         2767   200     60   69.0   GT3
Acura        RSX Type S                  2005    2005         2848   210     60   69.7   GT3
Acura        TL                          2004    2004         3482   270     50   68.3   GT3
Acura        TSX                         2005    2005         3230   200     55   62.0   GT4
Acura        Vigor                       1994    1994         3142   176     40   53.3   T2
Alfa Romeo   GTV                         1972    1972         2167   110     40   48.9   T3
Audi         A3 2.0T                     2006    2006         3263   200     60   63.1   GT4
Audi         A3 2.0T DSG                 2006    2006         3329   200     60   62.3   GT4
Audi         A3 3.2T DSG                 2006    2006         3660   250     60   67.1   GT3
Audi         A4 1.8T FrontTrak           2001    2001         2998   170     55   58.4   T1
Audi         A4 1.8T Quattro             2001    2001         3218   170     60   56.7   T1
Audi         A4 1.8T Quattro             1999    1999         3241   150     60   50.3   T2
Audi         A4 1.8T Quattro             2002    2002         3406   170     60   54.1   T2
Audi         A4 2.0 T                    2005    2005         3362   200     60   61.9   GT4
Audi         A4 2.0 T                    2006    2006         3428   200     60   61.1   GT4
Audi         A4 2.0 T Quattro            2005    2005         3517   200     60   60.0   GT4




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Make      Model                   From     To         Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
Audi      A4 2.0 T Quattro        2006     2006        3549      200     60    59.6   T1
          A4 2.0 T Quattro with
Audi      Tiptronic               2005     2005         3583    200      60    59.2   T1
          A4 2.0 T w/
Audi      Multitronic CVT         2006     2006         3450    200      60    60.8   GT4
          A4 2.0 T with
Audi      Multitronic             2005     2005         3417    200      60    61.2   GT4
Audi      A4 2.8 FrontTrak        1999     1999         3164    190      55    60.7   GT4
Audi      A4 2.8 Quattro          1999     1999         3384    190      60    59.4   T1
Audi      A4 3.0 Quattro          2002     2002         3583    220      60    63.1   GT4
Audi      A4 3.2 Quattro          2006     2006         3649    255      60    67.9   GT3
          A4 3.2 Quattro w/
Audi      Tiptronic               2006     2006         3748    255      60    67.0   GT3
          A4 3.2 Quattro with
Audi      Tiptronic               2005     2005         3726    255      60    67.2   GT3
Audi      A6 3.2                  2005     2005         3957    255      60    65.0   GT3
Audi      A6 4.2                  2005     2005         4144    335      60    72.6   GT2
          Audi A4 2.0 T
Audi      Quattro w/ Tiptronic    2006     2006         3660    200      60    58.3   T1
Audi      Coupe GT                1987     1987         2507    130      30    46.9   T3
Audi      Coupe Quattro           1990     1990         3168    164      45    51.3   T2
Audi      RS4                     2007     2007         3957    420      75    84.2   SGT3
Audi      RS6                     2003     2003         4024    450      70    83.8   SGT3
Audi      S4                      2000     2000         3594    250      65    69.2   GT3
Audi      S4                      2004     2004         3825    340      65    76.8   GT1
Audi      S4 Avant                2004     2004         3936    340      65    76.0   GT1
Audi      S4 Quattro              1994     1994         3781    227      55    60.7   GT4
Audi      S6 Avant                2002     2002         4024    340      55    72.4   GT2
Audi      S6 Quattro              1995     1995         3825    227      55    60.3   GT4
Audi      TT Coupe                2002     2002         2921    180      60    63.3   GT4
Audi      TT Coupe Quattro        2004     2004         3351    250      65    71.6   GT2
Audi      TT Quattro              2002     2002         3274    225      65    68.8   GT3
Austin-
Healey    Sprite                  1966     1966         1390     43      40    18.4   T4
BMW       318is                   1991     1991         2602    134      60    55.6   T1
BMW       318is                   1994     1994         2867    138      65    53.8   T2
BMW       318ti                   1995     1995         2745    138      60    54.4   T2
BMW       320i                    2001     2001         3168    168      65    58.4   T1
BMW       323i                    2000     2000         3153    170      65    59.2   T1
BMW       325Ci                   2006     2006         3197    185      70    63.7   GT4
BMW       325e                    1983     1987         2654    121      55    48.0   T3
BMW       325i                    1989     1989         2855    168      55    59.9   T1
BMW       325i                    1991     1991         2811    168      60    62.0   GT4
BMW       325i                    2001     2001         3241    184      65    61.4   GT4
BMW       325i                    2006     2006         3285    215      65    67.1   GT3
BMW       325i, Open Diff         1992     1995         3087    189      65    64.5   GT4




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Make    Model                    From      To        Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
BMW     325is, LSD               1992      1995       3087      189     70    66.0   GT3
BMW     325xi                    2005      2005       3461      184     65    58.5   T1
BMW     325xi                    2006      2006       3560      215     70    65.5   GT3
BMW     328Ci                    1999      1999       3197      193     65    63.9   GT4
BMW     328is, LSD               1996      1996       3120      190     70    65.8   GT3
BMW     328is, Open Diff         1996      1999       3142      190     65    64.0   GT4
BMW     330Ci                    2003      2003       3285      225     65    68.7   GT3
BMW     330Ci                    2006      2006       3285      235     70    71.7   GT2
BMW     330Ci M                  2005      2005       3285      235     70    71.7   GT2
BMW     330i                     2006      2006       3417      255     70    73.1   GT2
BMW     330xi                    2006      2006       3627      255     70    71.1   GT2
BMW     335i Coupe               2007      2007       3571      300     70    76.7   GT1
BMW     525i                     2006      2006       3428      215     65    65.4   GT3
BMW     530i                     2005      2005       3472      225     65    66.7   GT3
BMW     530i                     2006      2006       3475      255     65    71.0   GT2
BMW     533i                     1983      1983       3160      181     35    52.8   T2
BMW     535i                     1987      1987       3250      182     40    53.3   T2
BMW     545i                     2005      2005       3803      325     65    75.7   GT1
BMW     550i                     2006      2006       3803      360     65    78.4   GT1
BMW     635CSi                   1985      1985       3380      182     40    51.6   T2
BMW     645Ci Coupe              2005      2005       3781      325     70    77.4   GT1
BMW     650i Coupe               2006      2006       3814      360     70    79.9   GT1
BMW     M Coupe                  1999      1999       3131      240     70    73.9   GT2
BMW     M Coupe                  2001      2001       3131      315     70    81.4   SGT3
BMW     M Roadster               1999      1999       3086      240     65    72.9   GT2
BMW     M Roadster               2002      2002       3086      315     65    80.3   SGT3
BMW     M3                       1995      1999       3175      240     75    75.0   GT1
BMW     M3                       2001      2001       3415      333     80    83.7   SGT3
BMW     M3 3.0 Euro              1994      1994       3219      286     75    79.8   GT1
BMW     M3, 2.3l                 1988      1988       2733      192     70    71.1   GT2
BMW     M5                       1988      1988       3420      256     55    68.7   GT3
BMW     M5                       1993      1993       3804      310     60    72.8   GT2
BMW     M5                       2001      2001       4024      394     65    79.3   GT1
BMW     M5                       2006      2006       4012      500     70    86.1   SGT2
BMW     M6                       2006      2006       3909      500     70    86.6   SGT2
BMW     Z3 1.9                   1997      1997       2701      138     60    55.2   T1
BMW     Z3 2.3                   2000      2000       2899      170     60    61.3   GT4
BMW     Z3 2.5                   2001      2001       2899      184     60    64.4   GT4
BMW     Z3 2.8                   2000      2000       2910      193     60    66.0   GT3
BMW     Z3 3.0                   2001      2001       2910      225     60    71.2   GT2
BMW     Z4 2.5i                  2003      2003       2932      184     70    67.0   GT3
BMW     Z4 3.0i                  2003      2003       2998      225     70    73.3   GT2
BMW     Z4 3.0i Roadster         2006      2006       3020      215     70    71.5   GT2
BMW     Z4 3.0si Coupe           2006      2006       3108      255     70    76.0   GT1
BMW     Z4 3.0si Roadster        2006      2006       3086      255     70    76.2   GT1




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Make        Model                      From   To     Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
BMW         Z4 M Coupe                 2006   2006    3230      330     75    83.3   SGT3
BMW         Z4 M Roadster              2006   2006    3197      330     75    83.5   SGT3
BMW         Z8                         2001   2001    3494      394     75    85.5   SGT2
Cadillac    CTS, 2003, (AT, 3.2L V6)   2003   2003    3568      220     55    61.8   GT4
Cadillac    CTS, 2004, (AT, 3.6L V6)   2004   2004    3568      255     55    67.2   GT3
Cadillac    CTS, 2004, (MT, 3.6L V6)   2004   2004    3509      255     55    67.7   GT3
Cadillac    CTS, 2005, (AT, 2.8L V6)   2005   2005    3568      205     55    58.9   T1
Cadillac    CTS, 2005, (MT, 2.8L V6)   2005   2005    3509      205     55    59.6   T1
Cadillac    CTS, 2006, (AT, 2.8L V6)   2006   2006    3568      210     55    59.9   T1
Cadillac    CTS, 2006, (MT, 2.8L V6)   2006   2006    3509      210     55    60.6   GT4
Cadillac    CTS, 3.2l V6 MT            2003   2004    3509      220     55    62.4   GT4
Cadillac    CTS-V                      2005   2005    3850      400     60    79.2   GT1
Cadillac    XLR, AT                    2003   2003    3647      320     70    77.9   GT1
Cadillac    XLR-V, 2005, (AT)          2005   2005    3810      443     75    86.2   SGT2
Chevrolet   Aveo                       2004   2006    2365      103     35    39.5   T4
Chevrolet   Aveo                       2007   2007    2531      103     40    37.1   T4
Chevrolet   Aveo5                      2007   2007    2343      103     40    41.5   T4
Chevrolet   Camaro coupe               1988   1988    3273      220     50    63.5   GT4
Chevrolet   Camaro IROC                1987   1987    3326      190     50    57.2   T1
Chevrolet   Camaro IROC                1988   1988    3229      170     50    53.6   T2
Chevrolet   Camaro IROC                1989   1989    3105      230     50    66.8   GT3
Chevrolet   Camaro SLP LT4             1997   1997    3480      330     55    75.5   GT1
Chevrolet   Camaro SS                  1997   1997    3473      305     55    73.4   GT2
Chevrolet   Camaro SS                  2000   2000    3403      320     60    76.8   GT1
Chevrolet   Camaro SS                  2002   2002    3403      325     60    77.2   GT1
Chevrolet   Camaro Z28                 1980   1980    3550      190     35    49.8   T3
Chevrolet   Camaro Z28                 1995   1995    3473      275     55    70.4   GT2
Chevrolet   Camaro Z28                 1997   1997    3473      285     55    71.5   GT2
Chevrolet   Camaro Z28                 2000   2000    3396      305     60    75.6   GT1
Chevrolet   Camaro Z28                 2002   2002    3396      310     60    76.0   GT1
Chevrolet   Cavalier LS                2002   2002    2749      140     50    52.0   T2
Chevrolet   Cavalier Sedan             2001   2001    2676      115     50    43.3   T4
Chevrolet   Cavalier Z24               1993   1993    2630      140     40    51.1   T2
Chevrolet   Cavalier Z24               1997   1997    2749      150     55    56.7   T1
Chevrolet   Chevette, 2 door           1985   1985    2010       65     20    15.8   T4
Chevrolet   Cobalt Coupe               2005   2005    2991      145     50    49.6   T3
Chevrolet   Cobalt SS Coupe            2006   2006    2815      171     60    62.7   GT4
Chevrolet   Cobalt SS Sedan            2006   2006    2871      171     60    61.9   GT4
Chevrolet   Cobalt SS Supercharged     2005   2005    2991      205     60    67.2   GT3


Make        Model                      From   To     Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
Chevrolet   Corvette                   1986   1986    3200      230     70    71.8   GT2
Chevrolet   Corvette (C6)              2005   2005    3179      400     85    90.7   SGT1
Chevrolet   Corvette Coupe             2000   2000    3260      345     80    85.6   SGT2
Chevrolet   Corvette Coupe             2003   2003    3215      350     80    86.3   SGT2
Chevrolet   Corvette Coupe (L98)       1985   1985    3224      230     70    71.6   GT2



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Chevrolet   Corvette Coupe (LT1)       1996   1996     3298    300      70    78.9   GT1
            Corvette Grand Sport
Chevrolet   (LT4)                      1996   1996     3350    330      70    80.9   SGT3
Chevrolet   Corvette Z06               2001   2001     3130    385      85    90.3   SGT1
Chevrolet   Corvette Z06               2002   2002     3130    405      85    91.3   SGT1
Chevrolet   Corvette Z06               2006   2006     3130    505      90    96.5   Impr
Chevrolet   Corvette ZR1               1995   1995     3433    405      70    85.0   SGT2
Chevrolet   Malibu LT                  2006   2006     3297    201      45    58.3   T1
Chevrolet   Malibu LTZ                 2006   2006     3315    201      45    58.1   T1
Chevrolet   Malibu SS                  2006   2006     3315    240      50    66.1   GT3
            Canso Evo IV (Chevy II
Chevrolet   Nova)                      1967   1967     3400    200      35    53.9   T2
Chevrolet   Prizm Lsi                  2000   2000     2370    125      35    49.2   T3
Chevrolet   Sprint Turbo               1988   1988     1620     70      35    39.1   T4
Chrysler    300M SRT8                  2005   2005     4162    425      65    80.3   SGT3
Chrysler    Crossfire                  2004   2004     3061    215      70    71.1   GT2
Chrysler    Crossfire Coupe, AT        2006   2006     3010    215      70    71.6   GT2
            Crossfire Roadster
Chrysler    Limited, MT                2006   2006     3140    215      70    70.2   GT2
Chrysler    Crossfire Roadster, MT     2006   2006     3089    215      70    70.8   GT2
Chrysler    Crossfire SRT-6 Roadster   2006   2006     3328    330      75    82.6   SGT3
Chrysler    LeBaron GTC Turbo          1990   1990     3244    174      30    48.4   T3
Chrysler    PT Cruiser Base            2006   2006     3076    150      40    46.9   T3
Chrysler    PT Cruiser Classic         2003   2005     3190    150      40    45.1   T3
Chrysler    PT Cruiser GT Turbo        2006   2006     3076    230      40    64.2   GT4
Chrysler    PT Cruiser Turbo           2003   2005     3311    215      40    59.3   T1
Chrysler    PT Cruiser Turbo           2006   2006     3076    180      40    55.2   T1
Chrysler    Sebring Lxi                2001   2001     3183    200      35    56.5   T1
Chrysler    SRT6 Coupe                 2005   2005     3240    330      75    83.2   SGT3
Daewoo      Lanos SE                   2000   2000     2447    105      30    37.2   T4
Daewoo      Nubira SX                  1999   1999     2566    129      30    45.4   T3
Datsun      240Z                       1973   1973     2355    150      55    63.0   GT4
Dodge       Avenger ES                 1999   1999     2989    140      45    46.4   T3
Dodge       Caliber R/T                2007   2007     3156    172      45    53.6   T2
Dodge       Caliber R/T CVT, CVT       2007   2007     3308    172      45    51.5   T2
Dodge       Caliber SE                 2007   2007     2966    148      45    49.6   T3
Dodge       Caliber SXT                2007   2007     3039    158      45    51.5   T2
Dodge       Charger Base               2006   2006     3820    250      50    62.6   GT4
Dodge       Charger RT                 2006   2006     4100    350      55    72.7   GT2
Dodge       Charger SRT8               2006   2006     4160    425      60    78.8   GT1
Dodge       Charger SXT                2006   2006     3820    340      55    73.8   GT2


Make        Model                      From   To     Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
Dodge       Colt GT Turbo              1989   1989    2550      135     40    50.8   T2
Dodge       Daytona IROC R/T           1993   1993    3017      244     35    65.1   GT3
Dodge       Daytona Shelby Z           1989   1989    2951      174     40    55.5   T1
Dodge       Intrepid R/T               2000   2000    3526      242     35    59.8   T1
Dodge       Intrepid SE                2003   2003    3469      200     35    53.1   T2


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Dodge      Neon (DOHC)               1997   1997      2466    150      55    61.3   GT4
Dodge      Neon ACR                  1996   1996      2463    150      60    62.8   GT4
Dodge      Neon R/T                  2001   2001      2567    150      55    59.6   T1
Dodge      Neon Sport                2001   2001      2567    132      55    54.0   T2
Dodge      Neon Sport (SOHC)         1997   1997      2491    132      55    55.4   T1
Dodge      Omni GLH                  1986   1986      2347    110      30    41.9   T4
Dodge      Omni GLH Turbo            1986   1986      2460    146      30    52.8   T2
Dodge      Shelby Charger            1984   1984      2435    110      30    40.0   T4
Dodge      Shelby Charger Turbo      1986   1986      2500    146      30    52.1   T2
Dodge      SRT-4                     2004   2004      2970    250      60    73.8   GT2
Dodge      SRT-4 (non LSD)           2003   2003      2970    250      55    72.3   GT2
Dodge      Stealth RT                1993   1993      3373    222      60    65.8   GT3
Dodge      Stealth RT                1996   1996      3153    218      60    67.5   GT3
Dodge      Stealth RT Turbo          1993   1993      3803    300      60    71.8   GT2
Dodge      Stealth RT Turbo          1996   1996      3671    320      60    74.7   GT2
Dodge      Stratus ES                1999   1999      3168    168      40    50.9   T2
Dodge      SX 2.0                    2003   2003      2581    132      55    53.7   T2
Dodge      SX 2.0 R/T                2003   2003      2712    150      55    57.3   T1
Dodge      Viper ACR                 2000   2000      3355    460      85    92.3   SGT1
Dodge      Viper GTS                 1996   1997      3383    450      80    90.3   SGT1
Dodge      Viper RT/10               1995   1995      3502    400      80    87.3   SGT2
Dodge      Viper SRT-10              2003   2003      3357    500      85    93.7   SGT1
Dodge      Viper SRT10 Coupe         2006   2006      3410    510      85    93.8   SGT1
Eagle      Talon ESi                 1994   1994      2712    135      50    50.9   T2
Eagle      Talon ESi                 1997   1997      2729    140      55    53.9   T2
Eagle      Talon TSi AWD             1990   1990      3101    195      55    62.5   GT4
Eagle      Talon TSi AWD             1995   1995      3120    210      60    66.6   GT3
Factory
Five       Roadster                                   2214    342      75    91.3   SGT1
Ferrari    308 GT4                   1979    1979     3200    205      65    66.3   GT3
Ferrari    612 Scaglietti            2005    2005     4056    540      80    90.3   SGT1
Ferrari    F360 Modena               2003    2003     3197    400      90    92.1   SGT1
Ferrari    F430                      2005    2005     3197    483      90    95.5   Impr
Ferrari    Superamerica Maranello    2005    2005     3815    540      80    91.4   SGT1
Fiat       X 1/9                     1980    1980     2143     67      65    26.7   T4
Fiat       X 1/9                     1982    1982     2028     85      65    46.3   T3
Ford       Contour SE                1997    1997     3020    170      40    53.5   T2
Ford       Contour SVT               2000    2000     3071    200      50    62.4   GT4
Ford       Escort GT                 1996    1996     2455    127      50    52.8   T2
Ford       Escort ZX2                1999    1999     2482    130      50    53.3   T2


Make       Model                     From    To     Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
Ford       Festiva                   1989    1989    1819       63     40    26.7   T4
Ford       Focus ZX3                 2000    2000    2557      130     55    53.4   T2
Ford       Marauder                  2003    2003    4195      302     40    62.9   GT4
Ford       Mercury V6 S              2001    2001    3069      200     45    60.9   GT4
Ford       Mustang 5.0               1988    1988    3215      225     35    60.4   GT4



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Ford       Mustang Bullitt GT         2001    2001     3273    420      50    80.6   SGT3
Ford       Mustang GT                 1991    1991     3191    225      35    60.7   GT4
Ford       Mustang GT                 1996    1996     3279    215      45    61.1   GT4
Ford       Mustang GT                 2003    2003     3324    260      50    68.6   GT3
Ford       Mustang GT                 2005             3483    300      55    72.9   GT2
Ford       Mustang GT convertible     1986    1986     3399    225      30    57.0   T1
Ford       Mustang LX 4cyl            1993    1993     2751    105      35    31.7   T4
Ford       Mustang LX 5.0             1992    1992     3069    225      35    62.0   GT4
Ford       Mustang Mach 1             2003    2003     3465    305      50    72.0   GT2
Ford       Mustang Shelby GT500       2007    2007     3920    500      60    83.5   SGT3
Ford       Mustang SVO                1986    1986     2992    175      35    53.7   T2
Ford       Mustang SVT Cobra          1997    1997     3404    305      50    72.5   GT2
Ford       Mustang SVT Cobra          1998    1998     3364    305      50    72.8   GT2
Ford       Mustang SVT Cobra          2001    2001     3392    320      55    75.3   GT1
Ford       Mustang SVT Cobra          2003    2003     3665    390      55    78.2   GT1
Ford       Mustang SVT Cobra R        2001    2001     3580    385      85    87.5   SGT2
Ford       Mustang V6                 2000    2000     3069    190      45    58.9   T1
Ford       Mustang V6 Coupe           2005    2005     3300    210      50    61.5   GT4
Ford       Probe GT                   1997    1997     2897    164      55    58.3   T1
Ford       SVT Focus                  2002    2002     2750    170      65    64.9   GT4
Ford       Taurus SEL Premium         2003    2003     3353    200      35    54.5   T2
Ford       Taurus SHO                 1999    1999     3441    235      40    61.1   GT4
Ford       Taurus SHO                 1989    1991     3078    220      35    61.2   GT4
Ford       Thunderbird                2002    2002     3775    252      50    63.3   GT4
Ford       Thunderbird                2003    2003     3775    280      50    66.9   GT3
Ford       Thunderbird SC             1995    1995     3758    230      40    57.0   T1
Honda      Accord DX                  1997    1997     2855    130      45    44.9   T4
Honda      Accord EX coupe            1997    1997     2965    170      45    55.8   T1
Honda      Accord EX-V6 coupe         2000    2000     3263    200      45    58.6   T1
Honda      Accord Hybrid              2005    2005     3525    255      45    64.6   GT4
Honda      Accord LX coupe            2000    2000     2965    150      45    50.2   T2
Honda      Accord LX coupe            2003    2003     3060    160      45    51.8   T2
Honda      Accord LX V6 coupe         2003    2003     3250    240      45    65.2   GT3
Honda      Civic 1500S                1987    1987     1954     83      50    42.6   T4
Honda      Civic CX                   1993    1993     2165    102      50    48.2   T3
Honda      Civic CX                   1999    1999     2286    106      50    47.4   T3
Honda      Civic DX                   1989    1989     1993     92      50    47.1   T3
Honda      Civic DX                   1995    1995     2231    102      50    46.6   T3
Honda      Civic DX                   1998    1998     2339    106      50    46.2   T3
Honda      Civic DX                   2003    2003     2416    115      50    48.7   T3


Make       Model                      From    To     Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
Honda      Civic DX Coupe             2006    2006    2593      140     55    56.2   T1
Honda      Civic EX Coupe             2006    2006    2701      140     55    54.4   T2
Honda      Civic LX                   1995    1995    2376      102     50    43.2   T4
Honda      Civic LX coupe             2006            2654      140     55    55.2   T1
Honda      Civic LX Coupe             2006    2006    2654      140     55    55.2   T1



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Honda      Civic LX sedan            2006             2698    140      55    54.4   T2
Honda      Civic LX sedan, AT        2006             2762    140      55    53.3   T2
Honda      Civic Si                  1991    1991     2260    108      55    50.4   T2
Honda      Civic Si                  1992    1993     2326    125      55    56.0   T1
Honda      Civic Si                  2001    2001     2515    127      55    53.1   T2
Honda      Civic Si Coupe            1994    1994     2443    125      55    53.8   T2
Honda      Civic Si coupe            2000    2000     2478    127      55    53.8   T2
Honda      Civic Si Coupe            2006    2006     2877    197      70    70.2   GT2
Honda      Civic Si Sedan            2007    2007     2945    197      70    69.3   GT3
Honda      Civic SiR                 2000    2000     2606    160      60    63.1   GT4
Honda      Civic SiR                 2002    2002     2744    160      55    59.5   T1
Honda      Civic VX                  1992    1992     2094     92      50    44.5   T4
Honda      CRX DX                    1987    1987     1865     86      50    47.1   T3
Honda      CRX DX                    1991    1991     2103     92      50    44.3   T4
Honda      CRX DX                    1989    1989     2048     92      50    45.7   T3
Honda      CRX Si                    1987    1987     1953     91      50    47.6   T3
Honda      CRX Si                    1988    1988     2011    105      55    54.7   T2
Honda      CRX Si                    1991    1991     2148    108      55    52.9   T2
Honda      Del Sol (non-VTEC)        1993    1993     2414    127      50    53.6   T2
Honda      Del Sol VTEC              1995    1995     2522    160      50    61.4   GT4
Honda      Fit                       2007    2007     2432    109      55    47.1   T3
Honda      Insight                   2003    2003     1878     73      40    34.3   T4
Honda      Prelude                   1986    1986     2379    110      50    47.2   T3
Honda      Prelude (base)            1999    1999     2954    200      60    66.8   GT3
Honda      Prelude SH                2001    2001     3042    200      60    65.7   GT3
Honda      Prelude Si                1988    1988     2690    140      55    54.6   T2
Honda      Prelude Si                1993    1993     2866    160      60    59.2   T1
Honda      Prelude SR-V              1996    1996     2932    190      60    65.2   GT3
Honda      S2000                     2003    2003     2811    240      70    77.2   GT1
Honda      S2000 2.2L                2004    2004     2835    240      70    76.9   GT1
Honda      S2000 2.2L                2006    2006     2855    237      70    76.4   GT1
Hyundai    Accent                    1995    1996     2101     92      40    41.3   T4
Hyundai    Accent 5                  2005    2005     2280    104      35    42.0   T4
Hyundai    Accent GLS                2006    2006     2366    110      40    44.5   T4
Hyundai    Accent Gsi                2000    2000     2187    106      45    48.1   T3
Hyundai    Scoupe                    1995    1995     2176     92      45    40.8   T4
Hyundai    Scoupe Turbo              1995    1995     2240    115      45    50.9   T2
Hyundai    Tiburon                   2000    2000     2549    140      50    55.5   T1
Hyundai    Tiburon GT                2003    2003     2939    170      50    57.7   T1
Hyundai    Tiburon GT                2007    2007     2898    138      50    48.7   T3


Make       Model                     From    To     Weight    BHP    SUSP      PI   Class
Hyundai    Tiburon GT V6             2004    2004    3041      172     50    56.8   T1
Hyundai    Tiburon GT V6             2007    2007    2969      172     50    57.8   T1
Hyundai    Tiburon SE                2003    2003    2822      134     50    48.6   T3
Infiniti   G20                       1996    1996    2892      145     50    51.3   T2
Infiniti   G20t                      2001    2001    2937      145     45    49.0   T3



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Infiniti   G35 Coupe                    2003   2003          3420   280          65    74.4   GT2
Infiniti   G35 Coupe                    2007   2007          3497   275          65    73.2   GT2
           G35 Coupe (Sport Package
Infiniti   6MT)                         2005   2005          3514   298          65    75.5   GT1
           G35 Coupe Sport Package,
Infiniti   6MT                          2007   2007          3532   306          65    76.1   GT1
Infiniti   G35 Sedan                    2003   2003          3386   260          65    72.5   GT2
Infiniti   G35 Sedan (MT)               2005   2005          3516   298          65    75.5   GT1
Infiniti   G35 Sedan, MT                2007   2007          3532   306          65    76.1   GT1
Infiniti   G35x                         2005   2005          3668   298          65    74.2   GT2
Infiniti   G35x                         2007   2007          3704   306          65    74.7   GT2
Isuzu      I-Mark LS hatchback          1989   1989          2186   110          35    47.0   T3
Isuzu      I-Mark RS hatchback          1989   1989          2167   125          35    53.1   T2
Isuzu      Impulse RS Turbo             1992   1992          2750   160          45    56.4   T1
Isuzu      Impulse Turbo RS             1989   1989          2960   140          45    46.9   T3
Isuzu      Impulse XS                   1991   1991          2411   130          45    53.2   T2
Isuzu      Impulse XS                   1993   1993          2480   140          45    55.2   T1
Jaguar     S-Type 4.0                   2003   2003          3874   294          50    67.6   GT3
Jaguar     XJ8                          2005   2005          3766   294          55    70.0   GT2
Jaguar     XJR                          2005   2005          3949   390          60    78.0   GT1
Jaguar     XK                           2007   2007          3671   300          65    74.4   GT2
Jaguar     XK8 Coupe                    2005   2005          3734   294          60    71.8   GT2
Jaguar     XKR                          2007   2007          3814   420          65    82.0   SGT3
Jaguar     XKR Coupe                    2005   2005          3785   390          65    80.5   SGT3
Kia        Rio LX                       2006   2006          2365   110          40    44.5   T4
Kia        Rio5 SX                      2006   2006          2438   110          40    42.9   T4
Kia        Sephia L                     2001   2001          2478   125          35    47.1   T3
Kia        Spectra SX                   2006   2006          2701   138          45    50.7   T2
Kia        Spectra SX                   2006   2006          2701   138          45    50.7   T2
           IS 250 6-Speed Manual,
Lexus      6MT                          2006   2006          3455   204          60    61.6   GT4
           IS 250 6-Speed Sequential,
Lexus      2006, 6AT                    2006   2006          3435   204          60    61.8   GT4
Lexus      IS 250 AWD                   2006   2006          3651   204          60    59.2   T1
Lexus      IS 350                       2006   2006          3527   306          60    74.6   GT2
Lexus      IS300                        2003   2003          3255   215          65    67.4   GT3
Lexus      IS300 Sportcross             2005   2005          3410   215          65    65.6   GT3
Lexus      SC400                        1997   1997          3605   260          50    66.0   GT3
Lexus      SC430                        2002   2002          3820   300          50    68.7   GT3
Lotus      Elise                        2004   2004          1975   190          85    84.8   SGT3
Lotus      Esprit Turbo                 1995   1995          2952   300          70    81.7   SGT3
Lotus      Seven                        1970   1970          1300   135          65    80.7   SGT3




Make         Model                         From       To       Weight     BHP    SUSP       PI     Class
Mazda        323                           1994       1994      2238        82     40     30.6     T4
Mazda        323 GTX                       1989       1989      2645       132     55     52.6     T2



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Mazda        626 LX-V6                      2000     2000      3023   170   40   53.5    T2
Mazda        Mazda3 GT                      2004     2004      2762   160   60   60.8    GT4
Mazda        Mazda3 GX/GS                   2004     2004      2696   148   60   58.5    T1
Mazda        Mazda3 Sport GS/GT             2004     2004      2826   160   60   59.8    T1
Mazda        Mazda6 4-cyl                   2003     2004      3042   160   55   55.0    T1
Mazda        Mazda6 4-cyl, 5-door           2003     2004      3166   160   55   53.2    T2
Mazda        Mazda6 Sport (V6)              2003     2004      3243   220   55   65.4    GT3
Mazda        Mazda6 Sport (V6), 5-door      2003     2004      3336   220   55   64.3    GT4
Mazda        Mazdaspeed 6                   2005     2005      3500   274   65   73.1    GT2
Mazda        Mazdaspeed MX-5 Miata          2004     2004      2485   178   70   71.7    GT2
Mazda        Mazdaspeed Protégé             2003     2003      2843   170   65   63.6    GT4
Mazda        Mazdaspeed3                    2007     2007      3153   263   70   76.5    GT1
Mazda        Miata GS/GX/GT                 2004     2004      2427   142   70   64.2    GT4
Mazda        Miata MX-5                     1990     1990      2182   116   65   58.5    T1
Mazda        Miata MX-5                     1997     1997      2293   133   65   62.3    GT4
Mazda        Miata MX-5                     1999     2000      2332   140   70   65.2    GT3
Mazda        Miata MX-5                     2002     2002      2350   142   70   65.5    GT3
Mazda        Miata MX-5 special edition     1999     1999      2299   140   70   65.8    GT3
Mazda        MX-5 Club Spec                 2006     2006      2441   170   70   70.8    GT2
Mazda        MX-5 Sport                     2006     2006      2498   170   70   70.0    GT2
Mazda        MX-5 Touring                   2006     2006      2474   170   70   70.3    GT2
Mazda        MX-6 GT Turbo                  1991     1991      2705   145   45   52.9    T2
Mazda        MX-6 LS                        1992     1992      2700   164   50   59.7    T1
Mazda        MX-6 LS                        1993     1993      2699   164   50   59.7    T1
Mazda        Precidia MX-3                  1992     1992      2567   130   55   53.3    T2
Mazda        Protegé GT                     1989     1993      2487   125   50   51.4    T2
Mazda        Protegé LX                     2003     2003      2632   130   50   50.6    T2
Mazda        Protegé MP3                    2001     2001      2638   140   60   57.0    T1
Mazda        Protegé SE                     1998     1998      2377    92   45   35.6    T4
Mazda        Protegé SE                     2003     2003      2493   103   50   41.0    T4
Mazda        Protegé5                       2001     2003      2716   130   55   50.5    T2
Mazda        RX-7                           1981     1981      2300   100   45   42.4    T4
Mazda        RX-7 (non-turbo)               1989     1991      2787   160   60   60.4    GT4
Mazda        RX-7 GXL                       1986     1988      2625   146   60   59.0    T1
Mazda        RX-7 GXL (non-turbo)           1989     1991      2881   160   60   59.0    T1
Mazda        RX-7 Turbo                     1993     1995      2858   255   75   79.9    GT1
Mazda        RX-7 Turbo II                  1986     1988      2850   182   60   64.6    GT4
Mazda        RX-7 Turbo II                  1989     1991      2987   200   60   66.4    GT3
Mazda        RX-8 GS/GT, 6MT                2004     2005      3051   238   70   74.5    GT2
Mazda        RX-8 GS/GT, 6MT                2006     2006      3062   232   70   73.6    GT2




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Make         Model                       From    To      Weight      BHP   SUSP     PI   Class
Mercedes-
Benz         C230 coupe                  2002    2002         3310   192     55   59.3   T1
Mercedes-
Benz         C230 Kompressor Sport       2000    2000         3250   185     55   58.5   T1
Mercedes-
Benz         C230 Sports Sedan           2005    2005         3240   189     60   61.1   GT4
Mercedes-
Benz         C55 AMG                     2005    2005         3540   362     70   81.8   SGT3
Mercedes-
Benz         CLK320                      2003    2003         3514   216     55   61.7   GT4
Mercedes-
Benz         CLK430                      2001    2001         3362   275     55   71.4   GT2
Mercedes-
Benz         E55 AMG                     2004    2004         4045   469     80   87.6   SGT2
Mercedes-
Benz         SLK 230 Kompressor          2003    2003         3055   192     60   64.0   GT4
Mercedes-
Benz         SLK 320                     2002    2002         3099   215     60   67.6   GT3
Mercedes-
Benz         SLK 350                     2005    2005         3231   268     65   74.8   GT2
Mercedes-
Benz         SLK 55 AMG                  2005    2005         3397   362     75   84.3   SGT3
Mercedes-
Benz         SLK280                      2006    2006         3210   228     65   69.9   GT3
Mercury      Capri XR2                   1993    1993         2498   132     35   49.3   T3
Mercury      Cougar V6                   2002    2002         3013   170     50   56.7   T1
Merkur       XR4Ti                       1986    1986         2950   175     45   57.2   T1
MINI         Cooper                      2002    2002         2519   115     65   51.1   T2
MINI         Cooper S                    2002    2002         2673   163     70   65.8   GT3
MINI         Cooper S Convertible        2005    2005         2844   163     70   63.3   GT4
MINI         Cooper S JCW                2005    2005         2678   200     70   73.1   GT2
Mitsubishi   Eclipse GS                  2002    2002         2910   147     55   53.1   T2
Mitsubishi   Eclipse GS                  2006    2006         3274   162     60   53.7   T2
Mitsubishi   Eclipse GT                  2003    2003         3142   200     60   64.5   GT4
Mitsubishi   Eclipse GT                  2006    2006         3472   263     60   70.6   GT2
Mitsubishi   Eclipse Spyder              1997    1997         3052   210     60   67.4   GT3
Mitsubishi   Galant GTZ                  2002    2002         3296   195     45   57.1   T1
Mitsubishi   Galant LS                   2005    2005         3560   230     45   60.6   GT4
Mitsubishi   Lancer Evo8                 2004    2004         3263   271     75   77.9   GT1
Mitsubishi   Lancer Evolution RS         2006    2006         3219   286     80   81.3   SGT3
Mitsubishi   Lancer OZ Rally             2002    2002         2701   120     50   45.1   T3
Mitsubishi   Lancer OZ-Rally             2006    2006         2745   120     50   44.2   T4
Mitsubishi   Lancer Ralliart             2006    2006         2922   162     55   57.4   T1
Morris       Mini                        1977    1977         1630    44     55   16.5   T4
Morris       Mini Cooper S               1966    1966         1410    80     60   59.9   T1




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Make         Model                      From    To      Weight   BHP    SUSP     PI   Class
Nissan       200SX SE-R                 1998    1998     2330     140     45   57.8   T1
Nissan       200SX XE hatchback         1988    1988     2734     102     55   36.2   T4
Nissan       240SX SE                   1989    1991     2684     140     60   56.2   T1
Nissan       240SX SE                   1993    1993     2771     155     60   59.3   T1
Nissan       240SX SE                   1998    1998     2859     155     60   57.9   T1
Nissan       240SX SE hatchback         1992    1992     2747     155     60   59.7   T1
Nissan       280ZX                      1981    1981     2835     135     55   50.2   T2
Nissan       300ZX                      1989    1989     3219     205     50   61.5   GT4
Nissan       300ZX                      1996    1996     3405     223     70   68.6   GT3
Nissan       300ZX Turbo                1989    1989     3265     222     50   63.9   GT4
Nissan       300ZX TwinTurbo            1996    1996     3504     300     70   77.2   GT1
Nissan       350Z                       2006    2006     3339     300     70   78.6   GT1
Nissan       350Z Performance           2003    2003     3269     287     70   77.9   GT1
Nissan       350Z Track                 2003    2003     3225     287     70   78.3   GT1
Nissan       350Z Track                 2006    2006     3400     300     70   78.1   GT1
Nissan       350Z Track                 2005    2005     3225     300     70   79.5   GT1
Nissan       Altima 2.5                 2007    2007     3055     170     45   54.6   T2
Nissan       Altima 2.5S                2007    2007     3093     175     45   55.3   T1
Nissan       Altima 3.5 SE              2003    2003     3210     245     45   66.3   GT3
Nissan       Altima 3.5 SE              2007    2007     3268     270     50   70.2   GT2
Nissan       Altima SE                  2000    2000     2926     155     35   49.4   T3
Nissan       Altima SE-R                2005    2005     3279     260     55   70.5   GT2
Nissan       Maxima                     2000    2000     3199     222     45   63.2   GT4
Nissan       Maxima SE                  1994    1994     3144     190     40   56.5   T1
Nissan       Maxima SE                  2002    2002     3247     260     45   67.8   GT3
Nissan       NX1600                     1993    1993     2361     110     60   50.6   T2
Nissan       NX2000                     1993    1993     2460     140     60   60.0   GT4
Nissan       Sentra SE                  1999    1999     2593     140     45   53.2   T2
Nissan       Sentra SE                  2001    2001     2674     145     55   56.4   T1
Nissan       Sentra SE-R                1994    1994     2469     138     50   56.2   T1
Nissan       Sentra SE-R                2002    2002     2746     165     60   62.3   GT4
Nissan       Sentra SE-R Spec V         2002    2002     2746     175     65   66.1   GT3
Nissan       Sentra XE                  1999    1999     2386     115     45   47.9   T3
Nissan       Sentra XE                  2003    2003     2544     126     45   49.2   T3
Nissan       Sentra, (AT, 2.0)          2007    2007     2897     140     45   48.0   T3
Nissan       Sentra, (MT, 2.0)          2007    2007     2853     140     45   48.7   T3
Nissan       Skyline GT-R               1989    1989     3152     280     70   78.3   GT1
Nissan       Versa, (AT, 1.8SL)         2007    2007     2749     122     50   45.0   T3
Nissan       Versa, (CV, 1.8SL)         2007    2007     2777     122     50   44.5   T4
Nissan       Versa, (MT, 1.8S)          2007    2007     2720     122     50   45.6   T3
Plymouth     Conquest                   1984    1984     2802     145     40   49.8   T3
Plymouth     Conquest Tsi               1989    1989     3031     188     45   59.0   T1
Plymouth     Laser Base (1.8L)          1991    1991     2524      92     50   33.2   T4


Make         Model                      From    To      Weight   BHP    SUSP     PI   Class
Pontiac      Fiero                      1987    1987     2604     98      45   33.8   T4


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Pontiac      Fiero GT                      1988     1988       2790   135   50   49.5    T3
Pontiac      Firebird                      1995     1995       3473   275   55   70.4    GT2
Pontiac      Firebird                      1997     1997       3473   285   55   71.5    GT2
Pontiac      Firebird                      2000     2000       3396   305   60   75.6    GT1
Pontiac      Firebird WS6                  2000     2000       3403   320   60   76.8    GT1
Pontiac      Firebird WS6                  2002     2002       3403   325   60   77.2    GT1
Pontiac      Firebird Formula Firehawk     2002     2002       3396   345   60   78.7    GT1
Pontiac      Firebird TransAm              2002     2002       3396   310   60   76.0    GT1
Pontiac      Firebird WS6                  1997     1997       3473   305   55   73.4    GT2
Pontiac      G5                            2007     2007       2991   148   50   50.7    T2
Pontiac      G5 GT                         2007     2007       2991   173   50   57.7    T1
Pontiac      G6 GT                         2005     2005       3428   200   50   58.1    T1
Pontiac      G6 GTP                        2006     2006       3525   240   50   64.0    GT4
Pontiac      G6 GTP                        2007     2007       3487   252   50   66.0    GT3
Pontiac      Grand Am GT                   2000     2000       3115   175   35   52.0    T2
Pontiac      Grand Prix GT                 2000     2000       3417   200   40   55.2    T1
Pontiac      Grand Prix GTP                2001     2001       3555   240   45   62.2    GT4
Pontiac      Grand Prix GTP                2003     2003       3583   260   45   64.7    GT4
Pontiac      GTO                           2004     2004       3770   350   60   76.4    GT1
Pontiac      GTO                           2005     2005       3725   400   60   80.0    SGT3
Pontiac      Pursuit                       2005     2005       2991   145   50   49.6    T3
Pontiac      Solstice                      2006     2006       2860   177   70   66.4    GT3
Pontiac      Solstice GXP                  2007     2007       2976   260   70   77.8    GT1
Pontiac      Sunfire GT                    2000     2000       2679   150   55   57.8    T1
Pontiac      Sunfire GT                    2002     2002       2771   140   55   53.2    T2
Pontiac      Turbo Firefly                 1989     1989       1591    70   35   40.1    T4
Pontiac      Vibe GT                       2003     2003       2800   180   50   61.9    GT4
Porsche      911                           1986     1986       2756   214   70   74.3    GT2
Porsche      911                           1984     1985       2615   200   40   64.9    GT4
Porsche      911 Carrera                   1999     1999       2910   296   80   84.7    SGT3
Porsche      911 Carrera 2                 2002     2002       3098   320   80   85.1    SGT2
Porsche      911 Carrera 3.6L              2005     2005       3075   325   80   85.6    SGT2
Porsche      911 Carrera S                 1998     1998       3064   282   80   82.2    SGT3
Porsche      911 Carrera S 3.8L            2005     2005       3131   355   80   87.1    SGT2
Porsche      911 GT2                       2003     2003       3175   456   90   94.6    SGT1
Porsche      911 GT3                       2007     2007       3076   415   85   92.0    SGT1
Porsche      911 Turbo                     1989     1989       2976   282   80   83.0    SGT3
Porsche      911 Turbo                     1994     1994       3274   355   80   86.2    SGT2
Porsche      911 Turbo                     1998     1998       3307   400   80   88.5    SGT2
Porsche      911 Turbo                     2002     2002       3388   415   85   90.2    SGT1
Porsche      911 Turbo                     2007     2007       3495   480   85   92.4    SGT1
Porsche      914                           1972     1972       2139    85   55   40.2    T4
Porsche      914-4 2.0 litre               1973     1973       2029    91   55   47.1    T3




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Make         Model                        From     To       Weight   BHP    SUSP     PI   Class
Porsche      914-6 GT                     1973     1973      2200     130     70   64.6   GT4
Porsche      924 S                        1987     1987      2734     147     55   56.0   T1
Porsche      924 S                        1988     1988      2734     158     55   59.2   T1
Porsche      928 GT                       1991     1991      3505     326     60   76.5   GT1
Porsche      928 GTS                      1995     1995      3593     345     60   77.3   GT1
Porsche      944                          1984     1985.5    2778     143     55   54.0   T2
Porsche      944                          1985     1985      2637     150     55   58.5   T1
Porsche      944                          1985.5   1987      2778     147     55   55.3   T1
Porsche      944                          1988     1988      2844     158     55   57.5   T1
Porsche      944                          1989     1989      2866     162     55   58.2   T1
Porsche      944 S2                       1989     1989      2932     208     65   69.9   GT3
Porsche      944 S2                       1990     1991      2998     208     65   69.1   GT3
Porsche      944 S2, Cab                  1990     1991      3109     208     65   67.9   GT3
Porsche      944 Turbo                    1986     1986      2899     217     65   71.7   GT2
Porsche      944 Turbo                    1987     1988      2998     217     65   70.6   GT2
Porsche      944 Turbo                    1989     1989      2998     247     65   74.6   GT2
Porsche      944 Turbo                    1990     1990      3086     247     65   73.8   GT2
Porsche      944 Turbo S                  1988     1988      2998     247     65   74.6   GT2
Porsche      944S                         1987     1988      2866     188     60   65.6   GT3
Porsche      968                          1992     1995      3086     236     65   72.4   GT2
Porsche      Boxster                      2000     2000      2778     217     70   74.5   GT2
Porsche      Boxster                      2003     2003      2936     228     75   75.8   GT1
Porsche      Boxster                      2005     2005      2855     240     75   78.2   GT1
Porsche      Boxster 2.7L                 2007     2007      2855     245     75   78.8   GT1
Porsche      Boxster S                    2000     2000      2855     250     75   79.4   GT1
Porsche      Boxster S                    2003     2003      2999     258     80   80.4   SGT3
Porsche      Boxster S                    2005     2005      2965     280     80   82.9   SGT3
Porsche      Boxster S 3.2L               2007     2007      2965     295     80   84.2   SGT3
Porsche      Cayman S                     2006     2006      2954     295     80   84.3   SGT3
Renault      GTA                          1987     1987      2280     100     45   42.9   T4
Saab          9-2X 2.5i                   2006     2006      3091     173     60   59.3   T1
Saab         900 SE                       1997     1997      2943     170     55   59.1   T1
Saab         900 SE                       1998     1998      2943     185     55   62.5   GT4
Saab         9-2X Areo                    2005     2005      3179     227     60   68.6   GT3
Saab         9-3 Vector Sentronic         2003     2003      3285     210     50   61.7   GT4
Saab         9-3 Viggen                   2000     2000      2987     230     60   71.1   GT2
Saab         9-5                          2001     2001      3285     185     50   56.6   T1
Saab         9-5 Aero                     2002     2002      3450     250     55   67.6   GT3
Saab         9-5 SE                       2000     2000      3450     200     50   57.8   T1
Saturn       Ion                          2003     2003      2751     140     55   53.5   T2
Saturn       Ion Red Line                 2004     2004      2850     205     60   68.9   GT3
Saturn       Ion2                         2007     2007      2752     145     55   55.1   T1
Saturn       Ion3                         2007     2007      2752     175     55   63.0   GT4


Make         Model                        From     To       Weight   BHP    SUSP     PI   Class
Saturn       SC2                          1996     1996      2318     124     45   52.8   T2


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Saturn       SC2                              1997     1997     2386   124   45   51.5    T2
Saturn       Sky 2.4L                         2007     2007     2933   177   70   65.4    GT3
Saturn       Sky Redline 2.0L                 2007     2007     2990   260   70   77.7    GT1
Saturn       SL2                              1993     1993     2386   124   40   50.0    T2
Saturn       SL2                              2000     2000     2399   124   40   49.7    T3
Shelby       Cobra 427 S/C                    1965     1965     2500   400   65   88.8    SGT2
Subaru       Forester 2.5 XT                  2004     2004     3208   210   35   58.1    T1
Subaru       Impreza 2.5 RS                   1999     1999     2795   165   55   60.0    GT4
Subaru       Impreza 2.5 RS                   2002     2003     2965   165   55   57.6    T1
Subaru       Impreza 2.5 RS                   2004     2005     2972   165   55   57.5    T1
Subaru       Impreza 2.5i                     2006     2006     3016   173   55   58.9    T1
Subaru       Impreza 2.5i Special Edition     2007     2007     3039   173   55   58.5    T1
Subaru       Impreza WRX                      2002     2005     3085   227   60   69.6    GT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX Limited              2006     2006     3239   230   60   68.4    GT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX Limited              2007     2007     3239   224   60   67.5    GT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX STi                  2004     2004     3263   300   80   82.2    SGT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX STi                  2006     2006     3351   300   80   81.5    SGT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX STi                  2007     2007     3351   293   80   80.8    SGT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX STi                  2005     2005     3298   300   80   81.9    SGT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX TR                   2006     2006     3192   230   60   68.9    GT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX TR                   2007     2007     3192   224   60   68.0    GT3
Subaru       Impreza WRX Wagon                2002     2002     3159   227   60   68.8    GT3
Subaru       Legacy 2.5 GT                    1999     1999     3130   165   50   53.6    T2
Subaru       Legacy 2.5 GT Limited            2005     2005     3365   250   50   66.9    GT3
Subaru       Legacy 2.5 GT Sedan              2005     2005     3296   250   50   67.6    GT3
Subaru       Legacy 2.5 GT Spec B             2006     2006     3400   250   50   66.6    GT3
Subaru       Legacy 2.5i                      2005     2005     3200   168   50   53.5    T2
Subaru       Legacy 2.5i                      2006     2006     3250   175   50   54.6    T2
Subaru       Legacy 2.5i Limited              2005     2005     3265   168   50   52.5    T2
Subaru       Legacy 2.5i Special Edition      2006     2006     3305   175   50   53.8    T2
Subaru       Legacy GT                        2003     2003     3365   165   50   50.2    T2
Subaru       Legacy GT                        2000     2000     3335   165   50   50.6    T2
Subaru       Legacy GT                        2001     2001     3345   165   50   50.5    T2
Subaru       Legacy GT-Limited                2000     2000     3360   165   50   50.3    T2
Subaru       Legacy GT-Limited                2001     2001     3370   165   50   50.1    T2
Subaru       Legacy L                         2000     2000     3245   165   50   52.0    T2
Subaru       Legacy L                         2001     2001     3255   165   50   51.8    T2
Subaru       Legacy L                         2003     2003     3285   165   50   51.4    T2
Subaru       Legacy L Special Edition         2003     2003     3225   165   50   52.3    T2
Subaru       Legacy L Wagon                   2004     2004     3225   165   45   50.8    T2
Subaru       Legacy TS Wagon                  2004     2004     3045   165   45   53.4    T2
Subaru       Legacy Turbo                     1993     1994     3100   160   35   48.2    T3
Subaru       SVX                              1992     1992     3582   230   50   61.8    GT4




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Make         Model                        From    To      Weight   BHP    SUSP     PI   Class
Suzuki       Aerio                        2003    2003     2590     145     45   54.8   T2
Suzuki       Aerio                        2004    2004     2676     155     45   56.3   T1
Suzuki       Esteem GLX                   1997    1997     2174      98     35   41.4   T4
Suzuki       Esteem GLX                   2000    2000     2337     122     35   48.7   T3
Suzuki       Forenza                      2004    2004     2701     119     40   41.6   T4
Suzuki       Swift                        2000    2000     1896      79     35   37.0   T4
Suzuki       Swift GTi                    1992    1992     1947     100     45   50.9   T2
Toyota       Camry 2.4L                   2007    2007     3263     158     40   46.6   T3
Toyota       Camry 3.5L V6                2007    2007     3461     268     45   66.8   GT3
Toyota       Camry 6cyl                   1992    1992     3252     185     35   52.5   T2
Toyota       Camry CE V6                  2002    2002     3406     194     40   54.1   T2
Toyota       Camry SE V6                  2004    2004     3351     225     40   60.5   GT4
Toyota       Celica All-Trac Turbo        1989    1989     3197     190     50   58.8   T1
Toyota       Celica All-Trac Turbo        1993    1993     3219     200     50   60.6   GT4
Toyota       Celica GT                    2000    2000     2425     140     55   59.1   T1
Toyota       Celica GT-S                  1999    1999     2579     130     60   54.5   T2
Toyota       Celica GT-S                  2000    2000     2500     180     60   68.9   GT3
Toyota       Celica GT-S liftback         1989    1989     2666     135     45   50.3   T2
Toyota       Celica GTS, IRS              1983    1983     2478     105     35   38.0   T4
Toyota       Corolla GT-S                 1987    1987     2264     112     40   47.6   T3
Toyota       Corolla GT-S                 1991    1991     2372     130     40   52.4   T2
Toyota       Corolla Sport                2003    2003     2590     130     45   49.8   T3
Toyota       Corolla VE                   2000    2000     2414     125     40   49.8   T3
Toyota       Echo RS Hatchback            2004    2004     2081     108     50   52.9   T2
Toyota       Matrix XRS                   2003    2003     2765     180     50   62.4   GT4
Toyota       MR2 coupe                    1989    1989     2350     115     60   53.1   T2
Toyota       MR2 Spyder                   2001    2001     2195     138     70   67.0   GT3
Toyota       MR2 Supercharged             1989    1989     2494     145     60   60.9   GT4
Toyota       MR2 Supercharged             1988    1988     2494     145     55   59.4   T1
Toyota       MR2 Turbo                    1991    1991     2758     223     60   72.6   GT2
Toyota       Paseo                        1997    1997     2075      93     25   38.1   T4
Toyota       Solara SE V6                 2000    2000     3230     200     40   57.5   T1
Toyota       Starlett                     1983    1983     2076      76     20   24.5   T4
Toyota       Supra                        1987    1987     3468     200     60   60.6   GT4
Toyota       Supra Turbo                  1992    1992     3615     232     60   64.8   GT4
Toyota       Supra Turbo                  1997    1997     3505     320     75   80.5   SGT3
Toyota       Tercel                       1996    1996     2005      93     20   38.4   T4
Toyota       Yaris                        2006    2006     2293     106     45   45.7   T3
Triumph      TR4A                         1965    1965     2361      88     30   28.7   T4
Triumph      TR7                          1980    1980     2551    90.7     40   28.5   T4
Triumph      TR8                          1979    1979     2505     137     45   53.8   T2




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Make         Model                       From     To     Weight   BHP    SUSP     PI   Class
Volkswagen   Corrado G60                 1990     1990    2657     158     60   61.8   GT4
Volkswagen   Corrado VR6                 1994     1994    2808     178     60   64.4   GT4
Volkswagen   Eos 2.0L Turbo              2007     2007    3503     200     55   58.7   T1
Volkswagen   Eos 3.2L V6, AT             2007     2007    3686     250     55   65.3   GT3
Volkswagen   Fox                         1988     1988    2126      81     35   31.6   T4
Volkswagen   Golf GL                     2000     2000    2864     115     55   40.8   T4
Volkswagen   Golf GTI                    1998     1998    2565     115     50   45.6   T3
Volkswagen   Golf GTI                    2000     2000    2906     150     55   54.2   T2
Volkswagen   Golf GTI 1.8T               2002     2002    2935     180     55   61.6   GT4
Volkswagen   Golf GTI 16V                1992     1992    2445     134     50   55.4   T1
Volkswagen   Golf GTI 8V                 1992     1992    2346     105     45   44.0   T4
Volkswagen   Golf GTI VR6                1998     1998    2820     172     55   61.4   GT4
Volkswagen   Golf GTI VR6                2002     2002    3011     174     55   59.2   T1
Volkswagen   Golf GTI VR6                2003     2003    3035     200     55   64.3   GT4
Volkswagen   Golf R32                    2004     2004    3256     241     70   72.8   GT2
Volkswagen   GTI Coupe                   2006     2006    3100     200     60   65.0   GT3
Volkswagen   GTI Sedan                   2007     2007    3162     200     60   64.3   GT4
Volkswagen   Jetta                       1982     1982    2001      74     35   29.7   T4
Volkswagen   Jetta 2.0T                  2006     2006    3259     200     55   61.6   GT4
Volkswagen   Jetta 2.5L                  2005     2005    3230     150     55   49.0   T3
Volkswagen   Jetta GLI                   2003     2003    3179     200     50   61.1   GT4
Volkswagen   Jetta GLS 1.8T              2002     2002    3037     180     50   58.7   T1
Volkswagen   Jetta GTX                   1992     1992    2420     134     40   52.8   T2
Volkswagen   Jetta VR6 GLS               2002     2002    3113     174     50   56.2   T1
Volkswagen   Jetta VR6 GLX               1998     1998    2928     172     40   55.3   T1
Volkswagen   Jetta Wolfsberg 1.8T        2001     2001    2952     150     50   51.9   T2
Volkswagen   New Beetle GL               1999     1999    2817     115     55   41.8   T4
Volkswagen   New Beetle GLS 1.8T         2000     2000    2875     150     55   54.7   T2
Volkswagen   New Beetle Turbo S 1.8L     2003     2003    3005     180     60   62.1   GT4
Volkswagen   Passat GLX                  1995     1995    3152     172     40   52.2   T2
Volkswagen   Passat W8                   2005     2005    3907     270     50   64.5   GT4
Volkswagen   Rabbit 2.5L Coupe           2007     2007    2975     150     55   53.1   T2
Volkswagen   Rabbit 2.5L Sedan           2006     2006    3072     150     55   51.5   T2
Volkswagen   Rabbit GTI                  1984     1984    1990      90     40   43.1   T4
Volkswagen   Scirocco 16V                1984     1984    2530     123     40   46.8   T3
Volvo        123 GT                      1967     1967    2500     115     25   39.5   T4
Volvo        740 Wagon                   1987     1987    3177     160     40   48.5   T3
Volvo        C70 +                       2000     2000    3203     236     55   68.2   GT3
Volvo        S40                         2003     2003    2767     170     55   61.6   GT4
Volvo        S40 T5                      2005     2005    3128     218     60   67.8   GT3
Volvo        S60 R                       2005     2005    3532     300     65   75.5   GT1
Volvo        S60 T5                      2000     2000    3146     247     55   70.2   GT2
Volvo        S70 T5                      2000     2000    3034     236     55   69.9   GT3
Volvo        V70 R                       2005     2005    3697     300     65   74.2   GT2




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Currently Classified Engine Swaps (list will be added to on a case-by-case basis):
 Volkswagen Beetle (914 Type 4), 1974           Touring 3                   41.3%
 Austin Healey Sprite (Datsun A14), 1966        Touring 3                   44.5%
 Honda CRX DX, 1987 (Si engine)                 Touring 2                   50.0%
 Acura Integra GS-R, 1994 (B20b)                Touring 2                   51.4%
 Volkswagen Scirocco, 1984 (G60)                Touring 1                   57.8%
 Honda Civic VX, 1992 (JDM D15)                 Grand Touring 4             60.0%
 Honda Civic DX, 1988 (D16Z6)                   Grand Touring 4             61.0%
 Honda Civic Si, 1987 (D16A1)                   Grand Touring 4             61.8%
 Honda Civic Si, 1989 (B16a)                    Grand Touring 3             66.9%
 Honda Civic CX, 1993 (B16b)                    Grand Touring 2             71.2%
 Honda Civic, 1992 (B20z)                       Grand Touring 4             64.3%
 Honda CRX Si, 1989 (B16a)                      Grand Touring 3             68.7%
 Honda Civic Si, 1993 (JDM GSR)                 Grand Touring 3             69.8%
 Nissan 240SX, 1995 (JDM SR20DET)               Grand Touring 3             69.9%
 Honda Civic Si, 1988 (B16a1)                   Grand Touring 2             70.6%
 Honda Civic CX, 1999 (B18c5)                   Grand Touring 2             71.2%
 Honda CRX Si, 1991 (B18c5)                     Grand Touring 2             74.1%
 Honda CX, 1993 (B18c5)                         Grand Touring 2             72.6%

Note: If you plan to compete in a vehicle with an engine swap, please notify the ASN SoloSprint Technical
Committee so that your vehicle with the non-original engine can be added to this list. See Section 5.0.H
for details regarding the legality of your swap. For clarity, any modifications made to the swapped engine
and drivetrain must be assessed PIPs in Section 5.




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