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These are the important safety items and the procedures that ChampCar uses to access the race car you have chosen. You have the stock engine, the stock transmission, and the stock rear diff. Super easy paperwork. Like a Chevy V8 in a Mazda Miata.
They have a bit more paperwork to do. Start here with the paperwork. What does that even mean? ChampCar uses a points-based system to value race cars. Performance items- shocks, springs, engine modifications, etc. ChampCar uses this point-based system to control the cost required for a team to go racing. Strip out the interior and take out all the glass, except the windshield. Install the roll cage, seat, fire-suppression system, and harness. Add the ChampCar number and sponsor panels and you have just created a race car.
Read the rules to fill in the blanks. ChampCar has various race formats, but they generally range from 7 hours to 24 hours. Get people on your team that knows what end of a screwdriver to use and can think clearly at am when a wheel bearing starts to disintegrate. Pre-Tech Inspection via Skype! Schedule a virtual tech inspection with ChampCar tech officials.
We will no longer be using email to answer any tech questions. All questions and answers will use this new system. They are for research only. You must use the online calculators in the above links for your swap paperwork. Do you still have questions? Please make certain that you have read the BCCR as most questions are answered in the rules book.
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The Race Gear You (And Your Team) Need to Go ChumpCar Racing
Over 28 races at 25 North American tracks! ChampCar is for people that have always wanted to go racing without all of the hassles, huge rulebooks, or obscene expense. ChampCar is really easy to get started in. Everyone wants to just go build a car and go racing. Our recommendation is to volunteer to work a race and get some behind the scene view of how the cars are built, how teams are organized, and how an endurance race is done. This could save you thousands of dollars in buying unneeded gear and supplies, or even make your weekend more enjoyable by bringing the right supplies.
Not including the required safety equipment that you'll need - roll-cage, racing seat, racing harness -- your car must be valued at less than points. Strip out all the interior and take out all the glass, except the windshield. Install the roll cage, seat and harness. Add some numbers and you have just created a race car. Okay, so there's more to it than that, but not much. Read the rules to fill-in the blanks.