Introduction to CMC

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Introduction to CMC

Postby DAlgozine » Fri May 20, 2016 12:52 pm

The intent of the Camaro Mustang Challenge (CMC) racing series is to provide National Auto Sport Association (NASA) members a racing series featuring production American pony cars. Modifications will be limited to those necessary to promote safety, close competition, and flexibility to enable drivers to learn and experiment with the principles of race car setup within boundaries intended to limit expenses, thereby providing the drivers with fun, exciting, and challenging yet approachable racing.

Ford Motor Company (Early Ford)
Eligible Early Ford makes and models:
1979-95 Ford Mustang with 5.0 V8 including 1993-1995 Cobra (1993 and 1995 Cobra R models excluded)
1979-86 Mercury Capri with 5.0 V8
1996-2004 Ford Mustang with 4.6 2valve V8
1996-04 Ford Mustang with 4.6 DOHC N/A V8* (2000 Cobra R and 2003-2004 Cobra models excluded)
* IRS cars must replace the IRS with standard Mustang live axle
General Motors (Early GM)
Eligible Early GM makes and models:
1982-92 Chevrolet Camaro (all submodels with V8 motors eg – RS, Z28 etc)
1982-92 Pontiac Firebird (all submodels with V8 motors eg Formula, Trans-Am, WS6 etc.)
General Motors (Late GM)
Eligible Late GM makes and models with 5.7L V8 motors
1993-02 Chevrolet Camaro (all F-Body models with LT-1 or LS-1)
1993-02 Pontiac (all F-Body models with LT-1 or LS-1)

Rules, along with Series Director and all regional directors contact info , HERE
Check out the rest of this forum for more details and some great videos

NASA Pro Racing Web site, includes how to get started with NASA and many other details

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Re: Introduction to CMC

Postby Al Fernandez » Fri Jun 03, 2016 9:16 am

Short and sweet
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