Classification for 2017 Lexus IS200T F-Sport

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Classification for 2017 Lexus IS200T F-Sport

Postby brandon madrigal » Thu Aug 10, 2017 9:15 am

Normally, I run a different car, but I want to try out my Daily. Looking at the rules, the car does not fit anywhere. And the "catch all" or NOC put it at STX or STU, which seems like it wont be competitive. Any help on where to add it?

Turbo In-Line 4 (2.0L), RWD. Completely stock. On street tires (not the "street" tires).

Thank you!

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Re: Classification for 2017 Lexus IS200T F-Sport

Postby Marshall Grice » Thu Aug 10, 2017 5:11 pm

for a local only classing you could run it in DStreet (fits in with other IS models), but apparently nobody has written the SEB requesting to officially class this model of car. I made a request for an official classification of it at http://sebscca.com

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Re: Classification for 2017 Lexus IS200T F-Sport

Postby brandon madrigal » Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:05 pm

DS it is! Thank you for the advice. Since the request was already made, there is nothing further I do for now, correct?

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Re: Classification for 2017 Lexus IS200T F-Sport

Postby Marshall Grice » Sun Aug 27, 2017 5:20 pm

correct. Keep an eye out for a fastrack in the next couple of months that will update the classification.

of course it never hurts to send more letters. If you'd like to send one yourself by all means have at it.

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Re: Classification for 2017 Lexus IS200T F-Sport

Postby brandon madrigal » Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:29 pm

I havent written for class classification, do I need to put to a departments attention?


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