2014 SCORE season we are going to rework the rules for Class 3. The only rule we are altering is the body. The rules will read:
Entrants in this class shall comply with all applicable general regulations.
This is a stock production class and all components must remain stock except for those modifications allowed herein.
NOTE: The CR abbreviations listed under this class (I.E. CR1 HELMETS) refer to cross reference listings in the front of this book. These cross-referenced listings are part of the class rules. Where a conflict occurs between the cross-referenced listing and a rule contained under this class, the rule contained under this class takes priority.
CR2 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
CR3 EYE PROTECTION and DENTURES
CR4 FIRST AID KIT
CR5 EMERGENCY SIGNALING DEVICES
CR8 FIRE SUPPRESSION EQUIPMENT
CR9 SURVIVAL SUPPLIES
Spindles ay be reinforced or replaced but must retain the original stock concept. Front and rear suspension must be of the same basic design and concept as originally produced and installed on the chassis to which it mounted. This will be determined by manufacturer of chassis and the year the chassis was manufactured. Suspension parts may be strengthened, reinforced, or replaced, but stock track width +/- 4″ must be retained. Suspension must retain the original design and concept (A-Arm, McPherson Strut, I-Beam, etc. ) and all primary spring systems must retain the original concept (leaf, Torsion Bar, Coil, etc. ) that was delivered on the year chassis that is in use. Items with no restrictions are:
(A) Pivot point bushings
(B) Spring rates and capacities
(C) Ball joints
primary coil springs are limited to one coil per wheel and must be mounted according to stock concept. Stock production wheelbase may not be longer than 108″. Wheelbase must be retained +/-2″ as long as it does not exceed 108″.
CR10 SHOCK ABSORBERS and BUMP STOPS
Number of shock absorbers and mounting methods are optional. Mounting points may be redesigned, strengthened, and modified.
Remote mounted shocks are not allowed.
Shocks may not protrude through hood.
CR11 SECONDARY SUSPENSION
Secondary suspensions allowed. With secondary suspension system disconnected the primary system must be capable of maintaining ride height =/- 1.5″.
CR12 WHEELS and TIRES
STEERING and BRAKE COMPONENTS
CR21 FUEL TANKS
Safety fuel cells are required.
CR22 FUEL FILLERS LINES, VENTS, and CAPS
ENGINE, TRANSMISSION and DRIVELINES
CR23 ENGINE and ENGINE DISPLACEMENT
CR24 ENGINE REPLACEMENT
Transmission is open.
CR28 DRIVE SHAFTS
CR29 FLYWHEEL SHIELDS
CR30 FLUID COOLERS
CR31 AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT
CR32 SUPERCHARGERS and TURBOCHARGERS
VEHICLE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
CR33 ROLL CAGES
CR34 SAFETY HARNESS
CR35 SAFETY NETS
Any manufacturer’s seat may be used but must remain in the stock location.
GENERAL VEHICLE COMPONENTS
CR37 DRIVERS COMPARTMENT
CR38 DOORS AND LATCHES
Vehicle must weigh 3500 lbs minimum.
CR43 BUMPERS and HAZARDOUS PROTRUSIONS
CR45 SKID PLATES
CR 47 FENDERS
Wheel openings in fender may be enlarged and flared for tire clearance but stock profile must be maintained.
*Must maintain a production appearing body. Stock appearing grill and headlight opening must be retained. *The measurement from the centerline of the front spindle to the back of the B-pillar post must remain stock +/-1 *Body subject to SCORE approval.
Hoos, trunk lids, fenders and/or bedside are required to be in the original stock locations but can be of any material. Dropped hoods are allowed as long as the stock profile is maintained. Stock grill assemblies are required.
No internal stock sheet metal is required.
Safety glass windshields, sides, and rear are optional.
CR50 IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS
CR51 ADVERTISING on VEHICLES
CR52 RADIO EQUIPMENT
CR54 TRACKING DEVICE