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Old 28 Mar 2005, 13:56 (Ref:1263488)   #1
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British GT Parity ?

I was just wondering how the SRO group handles the touchy subject of parity amongst vehicles in both the GT2 and GT3 classes.
I read that in the FIA GT Championship the the FIA holds the right to add weight or Air restrictors if it feels that one vehicle has a distinct advantage.

In Australia parity has been a thorn in the side of GT Racing, with it being one of the issues that brought the demise of GT Racing in its previous guise.

So I was just wondering how this issue is controlled in Britain or if it is even an issue at all ?

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It is controled within the series regulations - not 100% sure if any amendments to the FIA rules are directly implemented to the BGT. However, should a BGT team decide to enter an FIA event where the technical regulations are different, the team will have to comply to the FIA requirements
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Didn't they, in 2004, let the Corvette's change the restrictions on their cars so they could provide more of a challenge at the front? As in, rather than slowing down the Porsches and Ferraris (and TVR's too I guess) they let the others speed up...?
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