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This is a discussion on SCCA Solo proposal within the Motorsports Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; the most recent fastrack has a new proposal for Stock class that would allow either a front or rear sway ...

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    Moderating on the run! Big Sky WRX's Avatar
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    SCCA Solo proposal

    the most recent fastrack has a new proposal for Stock class that would allow either a front or rear sway bar upgrade (but not both)- the current rule set (which goes back several decades evidently) only allows for a front sway bar change.

    I wrote in support of this proposal as it takes away the argument that car x benefits more from a front sway bar change than car y. The rule was written originally as almost all cars were RWD, obviously things have changed with a large number of FWD and AWD competing anymore. It's possible a front sway bar may still be more beneficial than a rear for many cars (regardless of the type of drive), but this leaves the decision to the contestant to make

    if you care to comment on this proposal (or any other) they have gone to a new format (no longer accepting emails) where you submit comments on this online form

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    I'll have to add my two cents to that. I'm in favor of that as well. As cars change, so too should the rules, and this would at least make for a more even playing field.
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