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Last Post 02 Jan 2001 07:26 PM by  ColinL
Nationals Status - not yet? Where then?
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Paxman
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29 Dec 2000 08:40 PM
    I think I've read that *only* Street Touring S will enjoy Nationals status this year, but that STS, STR and Street Mod will have Divisional and Tour Status.

    Local status is up to each individual Region.

    Is this understanding correct?

    Thanks for clarifying.......I'm typing our local Pylon Press newsletter and need to be clear as to what's what, so I inform everyone correctly.
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    30 Dec 2000 10:04 AM
    i believe Street Mod was already available at nationals this year, so wouldnt that be considered national status?

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    Dave Schotz
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    30 Dec 2000 10:13 AM
    Street Touring S has been recommended by the SEB to be given full National Status. I don't know about Street Touring R, or Street Mod, as well as F125, I believe are still all considered supplemental National Classes.
    Dave

    For more details, check SportsCar, January Issue, Fastrack. Has a bit more detail, but not much.
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    30 Dec 2000 11:16 AM
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Dave Schotz:
    [b]Street Touring S has been recommended by the SEB to be given full National Status. I don't know about Street Touring R, or Street Mod, as well as F125, I believe are still all considered supplemental National Classes.
    Dave

    For more details, check SportsCar, January Issue, Fastrack. Has a bit more detail, but not much.
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    I think this is the latest news, posted on the SCCA National Site:
    [url="http://www.scca.org/amateur/solo2/classes/st_tour.html#sm wrote:
    http://www.scca.org/amateur/solo2/classes/st_tour.html#sm[/URL]

    STS, yes. STR and SM not yet, but OK at Divisionals, Tours, and Pro Solos for 2001.

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    02 Jan 2001 12:29 PM
    The National Staff says that SM will become a full national class if 51 drivers attend the solo2 finals in Topeka.

    I'll be there!

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    02 Jan 2001 04:45 PM
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by ColinL:
    [b]The National Staff says that SM will become a full national class if 51 drivers attend the solo2 finals in Topeka.
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    Isn't 51 drivers a bit extreme? That would place SM among the larger classes.
    Classes with 51 or more cars in 2000:
    SS 69
    AS 54
    BS 70
    CS 59
    FS 65
    GS 51
    BSP 51
    CP 77

    Average Class size in 2000 was just under 37.

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    02 Jan 2001 07:26 PM
    I guess so. Considering the 2000 SM attendees outnumbered some of the full classes (very small ones, mind you) I have no idea why it is 51, that's just the number given by Howard to Dennis.

    Not that I hang on Dennis' words, but he does talk directly to Howard and I don't have any reason to doubt him. SCCAForums Image

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    -Colin
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