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Last Post 25 May 2014 11:49 AM by  David Lehman
Can I run 14 Z/28 in ESP LOCALLY ?
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David Lehman
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25 May 2014 09:50 AM
    I sent a letter in about classing the 2014 Z/28 in ESP.

    Since the boss Laguna Seca is in ESP---I think it would make sense that the 14 Z/28 is.
    Anyway I just want to use the stock tires on the car, which are illegal in street but not as good as Hoosiers.

    Can I run my V8 Camaro in ESP because it's not otherwise classed ?

    Car is classed now in A street as per an earlier fast track.
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    25 May 2014 10:22 AM

    You're in the SSP NOC since the ESP NOC only covers sedans, but ESP definitely sounds like the more appropriate place, and your region could tentatively put it there if they want.  If this came up in my local region, I think the best spot would be in ASR along with the ZL1 and Boss 302 this year, especially considering the AS classing.


    I'm amazed any car would come stock from GM with 60TW tires.  Running on OEM tires won't be a problem for very long, will it?

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    25 May 2014 11:00 AM
    Someone on another forum posted a rule
    13.3 c) that my car regionally and therefore locally would be legal with any tire that came from the factory on my car OEM.

    And since my car a 2014 Z/28 was put into A street in a fast track a few months ago, then locally but not nationally it would be legal for AS competition....... Unless my local club outlawed that....I guess
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    25 May 2014 11:37 AM
    Yeah, I saw that post, too; forgot about the oem r-comp loophole. I've never liked that loophole, honestly; might be fine for novices, but you're likely to crush pax with those tires. ASR would still be better, imho.
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    25 May 2014 11:49 AM

    Posted By <a href='http://www.sccaforums.com/user-profile/userid/30398' class='af-profile-link'>sjfehr</a> on 25 May 2014 11:37 AM
    Yeah, I saw that post, too; forgot about the oem r-comp loophole. I've never liked that loophole, honestly; might be fine for novices, but you're likely to crush pax with those tires. ASR would still be better, imho.


    I didn't consider that.
    ASR would probably be the best class for now.

    Thanks

    PS pax is probably better for Asr slightly than esp
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