Originally posted by Jborden
So I havent apid much attension to this thread lately, but I really want to get involved in road racing, not so much autocross. I am currently building my car but have stalled out becasue I am trying to figure out what club and class to run in. Should I run SCCA or NASSA. I really dont want to go bacwards in my car setup but it seems like I may have to. I am currently building my motor right now and this is a huge part of rules and regulations.
NASSA Spec Focus says I can not run my Koni suspension kit, I have to run Eibach.
Cant run my focus central race header, have to run svt
Its stuff like this i dont want to get rid of
Too bad. All forms of competition have rules. The real racer decides what class he/she wants to race in and then builds a car to the class specifications.
Go through driver's training, get your licence and build up your car for the NASA Spec Focus Series
. It looks like the only class where you have a chance of being competitive. You would not be happy racing in SCCA's Showroom Stock in your Focus as it is a definate underdog.