World Time Attack Challenge 2011: Day 2- Friday Competition

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The Clubsprint Class is the training grounds for future Pro & Open class pilots.  These cars are really just street cars with all the bolt ons you can think of.  They must all hold a current road registration and absolutely no pro-drivers are allowed.  This includes anyone who has EVER received a wage or salary to drive.  The WTAC panel also reserves the right to deem any driver a proffessional driver – this is to ensure everyone is on an even playing field. 

 

Marek Tomaszewski in his Nissan R35 GTR set a time of 1:42.5680, which was the fastest time in the Clubsprint Class.

 

 

Clubsprint Class Specific Rules

Vehicles

  • No rear engine 6 Cylinder or above vehicles allowed.

Body

  • All convertible type vehicles must be equipped with a hard top or a roll cage that complies with Cams Regulations.
  • The use of a Carbon or FRP Bonnet and Rear Wing is permitted.
  • The use of an FRP Front Bar, Rear Bar, Side Skirts and Bonnet is permitted.
  • Carbon and FRP Guards, Doors, Boot Lids and Roofs are NOT permitted.

Engine

  • Engine modifications are free with the following exceptions.
  • Vehicles must retain their originally designated engine and configuration. EG; if your vehicle came from the manufacturer with a Naturally Aspirated SR20 then it must retain this engine and aspiration.
  • OEM engine mount points must be utilized.
  • OEM engine configuration must be utilized.
  • All vehicles must use unleaded or E85 fuel.
  • Nitrous systems are not permitted.
  • All vehicles must have a full exhaust system exiting after the rear axle and compliant with CAMS regulations. 

Transmission

  • An OEM Gearbox casing must be utilized. For example, a Nissan vehicle must retain an OEM Nissan Gearbox Casing.
  • OEM Transmission mount points must be utilized.
  • Aftermarket Gear sets are permitted.

Driveline

  • OEM Diff casings must be utilized. For example, a Nissan vehicle must retain an OEM Nissan Diff Casing.
  • OEM Driveline configuration must be retained (2WD, 4WD).
  • OEM Driveline mount points must be utilized.
  • Aftermarket diff centre‚Äôs are permitted.

Suspension

  • OEM suspension mount points must be utilized.
  • Coil Over suspension kits are permitted.
  • Aftermarket suspension arms are permitted.

Brakes

  • Brake modifications are free with the following exception – OEM mount points must be utilized.

 

 

 

Even the local wild life was trying to get in to the track to get a peak of the action.

 

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