2018 PAX Values

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2018 PAX Values

Post by Thorox » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:00 pm

http://solotime.info/pax/rtp2018.html

SS 0.817 SSP 0.852 XP 0.884 AM 1.000
AS 0.814 ASP 0.848 BP 0.860 BM 0.956
BS 0.808 BSP 0.846 CP 0.847 CM 0.890
CS 0.805 CSP 0.857 DP 0.858 DM 0.895
DS 0.794 DSP 0.835 EP 0.850 EM 0.894
ES 0.787 ESP 0.828 FP 0.863 FM 0.904
FS 0.797 FSP 0.819 HCR 0.812 FSAE 0.958
GS 0.786
HS 0.781 SSR 0.838 SMF 0.839 KM 0.928
HCS 0.791 SM 0.853 JA 0.855
SSC 0.806 CAM-C 0.816 SSM 0.871 JB 0.825
CAM-T 0.807 JC 0.718
STS 0.810 CAM-S 0.831
STX 0.813
STR 0.823
STU 0.824
STP 0.815
STH 0.811
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Re: 2018 PAX Values

Post by Thorox » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:04 pm

STF gone replaced by STH - Street Hatchback?

From April 2017 Fasttrack:
STF Street Touring® F (STF) would become a hot hatch/turbo car class STH. This would allow a class to be specifically built around the forced induction cars allowing if needed specific rules for these cars. It would be well subscribed with the allowance of open boost since it is a common mod for these cars on the street. LSD rules would follow that of STX.Tire/ wheel rules would also follow STX. Some turbo STS cars have also been moved to the class.
STS Street Touring® Sport (STS) would receive the less competitive cars from STF.
STX STX would no longer have turbo cars in it’s midst. Top cars from STF and certain STR cars can be blended in here.


SSC - 2013-2016 BRZ and/or FRS

HCS - it looking pretty attractive if you had an lightly modified british car...
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Re: 2018 PAX Values

Post by springfielddyno » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:48 pm

really pretty small adjustments between the cars with fenders... FP seems to gain a touch compared to the "average" so I'll take it after the whoopin Kent put on us... His class takes a little hit... But, we're talking about a tenth or two...

I gotta get the turbo car going again! too many cars...

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Re: 2018 PAX Values

Post by flogger » Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:39 am

WRT Kent, page 6 of the December Fastrack includes the following:

Change Proposals
Street
#22526 Move S2000 (non-CR) and NC MX5 MSR from BS to CS
The SAC would like member feedback on the following proposal:
Move from BS to CS
Honda
S2000 (exc CR)

hmm...
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Re: 2018 PAX Values

Post by Kent » Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:08 am

flogger wrote:
Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:39 am
WRT Kent, page 6 of the December Fastrack includes the following:

Change Proposals
Street
#22526 Move S2000 (non-CR) and NC MX5 MSR from BS to CS
The SAC would like member feedback on the following proposal:
Move from BS to CS
Honda
S2000 (exc CR)

hmm...
I have been following Fastrack closely for a while, I may have been one of the letter submissions. :wink:

The S2000 move may not happen until 2019, I guess we missed the cutoff by a month or so.

The biggest gains in PAX seems to be the prepared and Mod classes, for OMR that looks to be Sam and Mark. I'll have to add some new tires for next year, and work on the driver a bunch more.

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Re: 2018 PAX Values

Post by springfielddyno » Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:16 am

My perception is that evolving 200 tires play a part... and I think there may be another good tire for the 200 crowd.

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