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Old 31 Aug 2017, 10:54 (Ref:3763142)   #16
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Mon ami Robert, actually not, but you have to look in the Opel list to find another homologated Astra's list, the '98 CC model. Two doors only but this can be fixed!
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Does any one know if a 1997/98 Vauxhall Astra would comply with any relevant FIA specifications to qualify as a 'Saloon Car', and thus eligible for Historic Touring Car events?
To qualify as a saloon, surely you'd want the Belmont, not the Astra!

However, having driven a Belmont (the auto version at that), the only FIA qualification it has is Forever Internally Awful
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As to the internal dimensions we could also add the Alfa Bertone supposed to make room for 4 adults… Both with RX7 were Group1 homologated. In my list only one Porsche was ever homologated as a Group 1, the 912 (first series I think) but ok correct me if its wrong.
If a Jensen CV8 has been entered in an international meeting you could make a perfect copy and have it recognized. Right or wrong?
Vic Elford drove a Porsche 911 in the 1967 British Saloon Car Championship. According to the Snetterton programme, the championship was "For Special Touring Cars complying with Appendix 'J' Group 5 to the International Sporting Code."

There were also 911's competing in the ETCC in 1968, entered by the likes of Kremer.
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