|Are vehicles completely excluded or are eligible for Street modified once they meet SSF factor?|
|Forever Excluded (0)|
|Cleared once Static Stability Factor is within required spec (4)|
Hi all, quick question. Well maybe not. I had a question about vehicles that are excluded in "Street" class.
Excluded from Street Category for
reasons of stability per Section:
Dodge Caliber (non-SRT)
Fiat 500 (non-Abarth)
Ford Fiesta (non-ST) (2011-15)*
GEO Tracker & Suzuki Sidekick
Jeep CJ series
Scion xB (2004-06)
Are these vehicles eligible to run in SM/SSM/SMF if the vehicle was lowered and then met the stability issue per section 3:1 and of course met all other criteria to be in Street modified classes? Do they become legal to run Street modified or are they not eligible to ever run legally in an SCCA event no matter what was done?
The way I read the rules was just those vehicles were not legal for Street class only. Street touring and Street prepared would of course have to petition to run certain class due to not being classified in any of them but I thought Street modified would be no issues due to no fixed list of cars but just vehicle guidelines that it had to meet.
I look forward to all of your input on this situation. Thank you.