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Thinking of getting back in to W2W racing, Spec Mustang class…

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I’ve been out of actual racing for 10 years now (vintage raced 65 Mustang) and I’m thinking of something like SCCA Spec Mustang or NASA Spec Iron. For NASA, there doesn’t seem to be any participation in Texas for Spec Iron. The SCCA series is new… and well it’s too bad the rules don’t line up better with NASA.

I did not see much discussion here about these classes. Is anybody running or thinking about running these classes?
 

steveespo

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Cookeville TN
I’ve been out of actual racing for 10 years now (vintage raced 65 Mustang) and I’m thinking of something like SCCA Spec Mustang or NASA Spec Iron. For NASA, there doesn’t seem to be any participation in Texas for Spec Iron. The SCCA series is new… and well it’s too bad the rules don’t line up better with NASA.

I did not see much discussion here about these classes. Is anybody running or thinking about running these classes?
You can always build for NASA ST2 or 3 depending on power levels and weight. There are usually many different makes in each and it is a lot of fun. A Spec Iron Mustang will class in ST3 with better tires than the Toyos. We have a huge Spec Iron field up here in NASA Great Lakes.
 

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