"original cars running today still do not fit with in our rule guidelines, but a line had to be drawn on the rules"
"Some of the cars within the SEGA Super Stock class are actual Super Stocks built in the 1960’s
era. One of our main goals is to keep these cars competitive. These cars are the very reason we
started this group. The acceptance of modern parts (coil over shocks, long wheelie bars, 4 link
suspension, low riding cars, etc.) will cause the original cars to be noncompetitive and thus
force them into changing their original cars in order to become competitive. The bottom line is
this, we change or build our cars to mimic theirs, not force them into changing theirs to
compete with us. I understand that some of the original cars running today still do not fit with
in our rule guidelines, but a line had to be drawn on the rules. One example is our “no
automatic rule”. If automatics were allowed, the stick cars would not be competitive today. The
group had to make a choice and we chose the manual transmissions. This was due to the
overwhelming response we received from the fans on the excitement brought by the stick cars.
We reserve the right to make rule changes at any point during the race season if needed. If rule
changes are deemed necessary, they will most likely become stricter".