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Old 19 Nov 2005, 12:29 (Ref:1464875)   #1
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Ride height of F3 etc cars

Several threads in recent months have discussed the running of cars at ride heights they were not designed for in order to comply with Monoposto/MSA regulations which stipulate a minimum ride height of 40mm. Can anyone tell me what the regulation minimum ride height is for a F3 car, if any? And has this changed over the years e.g. when they banned the aero cars in the early 80s and F3 manufacturers had to switch over to flat-bottomed cars, was a minimum ride height defined? Has this changed in the last 20 years?
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