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Old 03-29-2006, 05:34 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by mAydAy
Can a car's runs in two classes count if it undergoes serious mechanical changes? IE once N/A once forced induction.....
like OMG read the rules/repost/search/noob!
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#7. If a vehicle changes classes within the year, only the current class will be registered.
So that would fall under that rule. You would hope it was faster in its new classification, however i supposed if you blew up a turbo and went N/A and for some dumb reason went to the track like that i guess we could keep the faster one
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