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The rules By Team Wild

Grand Touring 2 (GT2)

Stock modern era (after 1980) sports and super touring type cars. (No Prototype cars!)
Examples: Mercedes CLK and DTM, Mclaren F1 GTR, Audi TT, Porsche GT1, GT2, GT3, Boxster, Ferrari F40, F50, 355/360, BMW Z3, etc.
NC2 equivalent motors.
No traction magnets may be used.
Weight may be added.

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Historic
Stock MRRC, Ninco, Carrera, Reprotec, and other classic sports cars which were front, (Cobra, etc) or rear engine powered, (911, Beatle, etc.) no mid engine cars. (GT40, Lola, etc.)
NC2 equivalent motors.
Rebodied cars are allowed on stock type plastic chassis, and must have non-lexan interior. No aftermarket or custom chassis allowed.
Tires may protrude 1/16 max beyond the widest part of the body.
Flares may be used on fenders to cover the tires. They must be made of plastic or putty and be done using period references.
No more than .40 oz weight may be added. (Basically you can add weight to go up one downforce level, no more)
Down force rules as follows:
Cars weighing under 2.2 oz may have 1.00 oz max downforce.
Cars between 2.2 and 2.4 may have 1.10 oz max downforce.
Cars between 2.4 and 2.8 may have 1.30 oz max downforce.
Cars between 2.8 and 3.2 oz. can have 1.50 oz. max downforce.
Cars between 3.2 and 3.6 oz. may have 1.70 oz. max downforce.
Cars weighing over 3.6 oz. may have 1.90 oz. max downforce.
With NC1 equivalent motor down force may be increased .10 oz.
Rear tires wider than .375" result in a .10 oz deduction in downforce.


Fly
Box Stock Fly or GB Track cars.
Max down force is 1.8 oz.
Minimum weight is 2.8 oz.
Cars that come with Fly racing motor, currently the BMW, Saleen, and Porsche GT1 racing, may change motors or are allowed to run with 1.4 oz. downforce. Porsche GT1 may not use soft compound tires.
 
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