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Old 12-26-2017, 06:29 PM
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NASA and SCCA are wheel to wheel racing. Time attack is different with it's different set of rules. It depends which kind of time attack series you what to get into. But since ur boosted ur looking to be in the rwd unlimited class. Competition is intense good luck.
Thanks for clearing that up for me. I thought that they both had different events like wheel to wheel as well as time trials?
Is time attack and time trials not the same?
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NASA and SCCA have wheel to wheel racing.


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NASA and sccca is mostly based off wheel to wheel racing. I belive they also have auto x but not sure bout that. They also have time trials like you said buts not that serious like time attac. Wheel to wheel racing is what you do in gran turismo. And time attack is you n es to go around the track with the fastest time to win.
NASA is very minimal on time attack. I think they only have it Arizona, I could b wrong. And SCCA has HPde events and smaller time trials. Time attack would be something like global time attack or world time attack. The areo and power levels are different from time attack to open wheel racing.

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Originally Posted by Singh_snisen View Post
NASA and sccca is mostly based off wheel to wheel racing. I belive they also have auto x but not sure bout that. They also have time trials like you said buts not that serious like time attac. Wheel to wheel racing is what you do in gran turismo. And time attack is you n es to go around the track with the fastest time to win.
NASA is very minimal on time attack. I think they only have it Arizona, I could b wrong. And SCCA has HPde events and smaller time trials. Time attack would be something like global time attack or world time attack. The areo and power levels are different from time attack to open wheel racing.
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Originally Posted by Singh_snisen View Post
NASA and sccca is mostly based off wheel to wheel racing. I belive they also have auto x but not sure bout that. They also have time trials like you said buts not that serious like time attac. Wheel to wheel racing is what you do in gran turismo. And time attack is you n es to go around the track with the fastest time to win.
NASA is very minimal on time attack. I think they only have it Arizona, I could b wrong. And SCCA has HPde events and smaller time trials. Time attack would be something like global time attack or world time attack. The areo and power levels are different from time attack to open wheel racing.
Why do you post so much? You are the definition of fake news.
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Originally Posted by Singh_snisen View Post
NASA and sccca is mostly based off wheel to wheel racing. I belive they also have auto x but not sure bout that. They also have time trials like you said buts not that serious like time attac. Wheel to wheel racing is what you do in gran turismo. And time attack is you n es to go around the track with the fastest time to win.
NASA is very minimal on time attack. I think they only have it Arizona, I could b wrong. And SCCA has HPde events and smaller time trials. Time attack would be something like global time attack or world time attack. The areo and power levels are different from time attack to open wheel racing.

Just ignore this post. It is filled with incorrect information and is barely coherent.
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Originally Posted by Hondakid1 View Post
Those are actually next on my list. I want to get a Recaro pole position, harness and cage. Also in the very near future, brakes. If you go fast you need to stop fast.

seriously consider a "halo" type seat, electrical system cutoff, and fire system. The speeds at which you will eventually be going, really indicate the need to equip for maximum safety. Just like it was a wheel to wheel car. Things can happen that are out of your control
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seriously consider a "halo" type seat, electrical system cutoff, and fire system. The speeds at which you will eventually be going, really indicate the need to equip for maximum safety. Just like it was a wheel to wheel car. Things can happen that are out of your control
Really easy to get complacent tracking cars versus other things since mistakes are generally non-issues, and when it does go wrong you still have metal around you. Completely agreed on what you're saying.
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seriously consider a "halo" type seat, electrical system cutoff, and fire system. The speeds at which you will eventually be going, really indicate the need to equip for maximum safety. Just like it was a wheel to wheel car. Things can happen that are out of your control
I really appreciate the advice. I didn't even think about that. I figured any issues would be my fault ultimately. May be to hard or expect to much of myself.

Anyway I'm going to try to keep all of this advice in mind going forward
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