Car #: 88
Year : 1991 Posts: 2401
I've searched the GCR and have found nothing that indicates TOYO stickers are required by the SCCA. I understand that if I want to receive contingencies from Toyo they're required, but since I mostly run regional only it's a moot point.
I'm currently cleaning up my car for next year and I'm removing all the freeloaders. No money, no sticky.
Region: Central Florida
Car #: 3
Year : 1992 Posts: 1304
Frank you need to look in the GCR for the SCCA reqts. If you do not have one you can go to SCCA.com, club racing, and download the GCR. Section 9.3.29. IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS covers the numbers, etc. In addition you will need an E sticker where your fire extinguisher (handheld) or where your fire sysytem handle is located in the car i.e. on the passenger door if your handheld fire ext is mounted on the passenger floor. You will also need a lightning bolt sticker where your elec cut-off switch is located. In addition to your numbers, E, elec, you will need an SCCA Club Racing sticker on the front and rear and any stickers required by the series you run i.e. SARRC, ECR, etc.
Mazdaspeed sells a complete Mazdaspeed/Mazda sticker pkg in a variety of colors. I don't put on any other stickers unless they give me money or parts.
Region: NASA GLD
Car #: 113
Year : 1990 Posts: 45
Frank- Go to nasagreatlakes.com and follow the links to read or print the CCR (NASA's version of the GCR). Should answer many of your questions. Buy your required Mazda stuff from Mazdaspeed. By the way, it was good meeting you last weekend. I'll look forward to seeing you at the track next year.
quote:Originally posted by Frank Todaro: I am building my first SM. can anyone point me to or provide a link as to the requirements for numbers, stickers and the rest and any requirements relating to decals in general?
Frank, I hope you're not painting your car pink also... Ones enough. Hope you guys will be making it back to VIR sometime next year. I'll be planning something for Mid-O.
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