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Old 12-02-2019, 10:27 AM
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Default 2020 SCCA CAM Rule changes and state of the class

The SCCA released the 2020 rules for the Classic American Muscle classes last week. I did an interview with the class creator Raleigh Boreen about some of the changes and state of the class and wrote an article about it on my blog www.AutoXandTrack.com.

Check out the article here: SCCA CAM Rules Changes and State of the Class 2020

Also, the 2020 CAM Challenge schedule was released!

2020 CAM Challenge Event Schedule

March 27-29: Tire Rack Las Vegas CAM Challenge; Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas Motor Speedway

April 17-19: Tire Rack Crows Landing CAM Challenge; Crows Landing, California
NASA Crows Landing Airport

May 1-3: Tire Rack Grenada CAM Challenge; Grenada, Mississippi
Grenada Airport

June 26-28: Tire Rack Topeka CAM Challenge; Topeka, Kansas
Heartland Motorsports Park

July 2-3: Tire Rack Summer Nationals CAM Challenge; Bristol, Tennessee
Bristol Motor Speedway

August 7-9: Tire Rack Peru CAM Challenge; Peru, Indiana
Grissom Aeroplex

September 10-11: Tire Rack CAM Challenge Finale; Lincoln, Nebraska
Lincoln Airpark West
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Old 12-06-2019, 10:25 AM
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I loved this event several years ago when they held it by itself and it was in TX. The CAM Challenge only had American Muscle cars.

I'l be up front and say I don't like the rule changes. From a racers view point, I don't think there is anything equivalent from a 1st gen f body to a 4th gen f body. Or a 1st gen A body to a 4th gen f body. And, they cut it off at 2000- what is different from a 1999 f body and a 2002 f body? These are things I don't understand but, that's ok. When I register for event I'm saying that I accept the rules.

From the organizations view point I can understand that they want to fill an event and make money on the events so, if there aren't enough people racing the older cars then, they have to open it up and allow for more cars to enter plain and simple.

I guess I will wait and see if the turn out for these events increases or stays the same.

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