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Old 01-30-2005, 10:12 PM   #1
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NASA created the Pro7 class over 5 years ago and it continues to remain one of our most popular classes. With normal fields of 15-20 cars at every race, drivers get to enjoy close racing in large groups. The class also receives major support from manufacturers, which helps lower the cost of parts and maintenance. It is a true to form "spec" series utilizing 1979-1985 RX7's with an unmodified 12A rotary engine. The cars must run identical equipment such as shocks, springs, sway bars, gearing, tires, wheels, brakes, etc. This class minimizes expenses while providing intensely close competition.

For more informaiton, see the official website: www.pro7racing.com
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