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Posted 17 May 2015 - 08:03 AM

Only Falcon 7 or Hawk 7 motors are allowed in the GT1 class. We have found that the Hawk 7 has more snap and yields better lap times by .1-.2 seconds. Most racers have migrated to the Hawk 7 with 10x54 gearing. Legal bodies for the GT1 class include Group C cars from the 1980s and GT1 cars from the 1990s. Typically, these scale models are made by Tamiya and are quite detailed. They can be relatively expensive and hard to find. In an effort to keep costs down and still maintain the integrity of the class, we also allow the Ferrari Enzo and other wide sports cars such as the La Ferrari. A chassis built for a GT1 or Group C body will also fit under an Enzo or La Ferrari body without modification (with only either no or a very small adjustment in wheelbase). Although the Enzo is the most popular body in the class, other models such as the Porsche 962, Porsche GT1, Nissan R390, Jaguar XJR12, Toyota 88C and Toyota GT-One have shown themselves to be quite competitive. In recent testing, the Toyota GT-One shows a great deal of promise as well. Below are images of the current crop of GT1s



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