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    Question Other places to race my ITS E30?

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    What is the other competitive place to race my E30 ITS 325 in the SCCA? I have NASA, but I did that, and I'm not excited about NASA. I really want to get a National License so I can get my FIA competition license so I can race in the UK.

    I'm a little down on power, but the car handles very well, and it puts down some great times. ST classes are too fast, EP is amazingly fast. Is that it for me? Nothing else?
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    EP, STU, ITEZ, ITE. But not "competitive" in ITS specs.

    Note there's no more "Regional/National" license distinction. It's just "competition license" or something like that.
    Not my circus...not my monkeys...

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    Gah, the FIA thinks there is... Not sure how to rectify that one, I'll have to call to get clarification. Which class runs at the Majors level? I'd like to run a couple like the Sprints. ITE I have heard of, but ITEZ?
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    EP and STU are Majors classes.

    ITE and ITEZ are Regional classes, we have them up here in the Northeast. Your area may vary...
    Not my circus...not my monkeys...

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    E30 can still be competitive in ITS. Matt Reppert.....
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    Yeah mine is.
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    Looking though the rules, Hmm looks like I need to buy an NC Mx5 Miata.
    Racer of old BMW's.
    MCSCC ITS Class E30 325is
    Racing where IT still exists: http://www.mcscc.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgobey View Post
    Gah, the FIA thinks there is... Not sure how to rectify that one, I'll have to call to get clarification. Which class runs at the Majors level? I'd like to run a couple like the Sprints. ITE I have heard of, but ITEZ?
    if you have a SCCA club racing license Topeka can issue a FIA license through ACCUS. just contact [email protected]
    dick patullo
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgobey View Post
    Looking though the rules, Hmm looks like I need to buy an NC Mx5 Miata.
    Club Mazda baby.

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