Special Classes for 2002
Novice Classes -- All entrants in a Novice Class -- say, Novice
1 -- compete for a single set of trophies. Novices run in the same run
group as their Open Class. The Novices that run together in a run group
will make up a separate Novice Class.
As a result we will have 8 Novice Classes.
See event information pages for classes in each.
Novice rules are posted
Stock, Street Prepared, Street Touring,
and Street Modified Novices may run street tires only
-- treadwear rating of 120 or more.
Modified and Prepared Class Novices may use any Solo2
S (STS) -- is an SCCA National Class
Street Touring X
(STX) -- Same rules as Street Touring S, but for sedans with engines up
to 5.0 liters normally aspirated/2.0 liters turbo- or supercharged.
Limited Slip diffs and a few other extras are allowed in STX. Rules are in
the February, 2002 FasTrack
- STX is a new SCCA Regional supplemental class.
Street Touring R (STR) --
has been discontinued by SCCA for 2002. Former STR cars may run SM,
OSP, or perhaps DSP, but SFR will not provide an STR class
or trophy in 2002.
(SM) -- is an SCCA National Class
Street Modified 2
(SM2) -- New Street Modified class for 2 seater and lighter cars.
First year in SFR
NOTE: Specific rules for this class are not known to us at this time. They
will be posted as soon as possible.
Kart Drivers, please tell Registration you are Karters.
Read and become familiar with the SFR Karting
rules before the event
Karts will not be allowed to be driven under power through the paddock;
they must be pushed either on the ground or on a portable stand
Street Tire --
Must run tires with treadwear rating of 120 or more.
At each event, classes generally run one run group later than at the