mlbbaseball· Shot me 3 deer!!!
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Hey all, I was planning to do the LSPR (which was this past weekend) this year back in may/june of this year, I tried to get everything ready but didn't have the time/money when it came around to august/sept. so I kinda gave up. Now, I want to start building a car (hopefully a focus) for next years LSPR. LSPR is run through Rally America. I've read through the 120 pg rule book, well actually just skimmed the important parts, but I don't thoroughly understand the liscensing and what is required to be eligible. Can someone shed some light? I have very little track experiance, I mean, ive been to lapping days and ran at mid-ohio a while back, but thats about it. so obviously I would be in the novice category and would be a seed 8 runner. I also have plenty of confidence that we can make a car that will meet the requirements for safety and will pass inspection. Weldman0730 is a certified welder and we will be doing the car together. So creating a cage won't be a problem. So basically I just want to know what needs to be done to be able to race in reference to licensing. Also, what is the cost associated, not referring to the costs of insurance/safety equipment/or general costs of building a car as I know what they are.