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Old 2 Oct 2018, 12:50 (Ref:3854023)   #316
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Does anyone know the situation with S2 Europas. (Renault powered) Did they race in period?
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Old 2 Oct 2018, 14:25 (Ref:3854047)   #317
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Does anyone know the situation with S2 Europas. (Renault powered) Did they race in period?
Look on the FIA Historic Database

https://historicdb.fia.com/cars/list?search=europa

If Homologated, you can race it.
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Old 8 Oct 2018, 16:01 (Ref:3855452)   #318
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If a car was Homologated for Gp 2 but one was never used in period, does this mean it can`t be used in historics today ?
I think one example of the is the Reliant Scimitar GTE ?

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If the car is/was homologated then there is no need for it to have raced in an International event in period.The classic case, long established, is the Gilbern GT
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OK that's interesting, thanks Jeremy...
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Old 11 Dec 2018, 17:01 (Ref:3869469)   #320
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Maybe a little OT but what exactly are the rules regarding electronics in cars period H1 and H2 ?
I see some cars with updated electronic equipment such as ignition, rev counters, alternators etc.....is this generally accepted for reliability reasons ?
Or has it just not been noticed....alex
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I think rev limiters have become acceptable for reliability reasons. Likewise electronic ignition. I recall Masters being one of the first to permit them.

I tried to stick to original ignition and then one day, an hour into the Spa 3hrs the heel fell off the points coming out of Raidilon. Race over.
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Old 12 Dec 2018, 08:51 (Ref:3869608)   #322
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Nothing has changed. The rules are there, we try our best to implement them and then they are ignored at events or cars put back to a specification which wouldn't have been accepted.

On electronic ignition. Masters regulations are "Series" regulations and have their specific rules for MSD in Period F, other than that Appendix K stands - if applied properly.
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Agreed Louis. I should have clarified that series regs permit certain changes.
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