1.14 The body must be made from a flexible material and painted properly.
1.15 A realistic driver's figure (minimum helmet and shoulders) made to l/8th scale and painted in a minimum of three(3) colours must be fixed at the normal place in the body. The head may not be amputated to make way for the fuel filler cap or any other element. The driver need not be fitted under a closed body.
1.16 All bodies must have the front and rear sides cut out for the wheels if the original was so designed. The radius of the cut-out must not exceed the tyre by more than 13 mm.
1.17 The windscreen must not be cut out. In closed bodies, a hole of maximum 6.5 square centimetres/1 square inch for cooling is allowed to be cut out in the front of the windscreen The windscreen may be painted in a realistic transparent colour.
1.18 Side windows and rear window may be opened.
1.19 No wheels, tyres or rims of the car may extend outside the body shell, as viewed from above.
1.20 Cut-outs in the body that were not in the original full scale version will be allowed for the following:
l - The cylinder head and air filter must follow their contour and have a maximum of 10 mm clearance on all sides
2 - The aerial hole will be no larger than 10 mm in diameter
3 - The radio switch hole will be no larger than 13 mm in diameter
4 - Cut-out for the fuel filler cap will follow the contour with a maximum of 10 mm in gap between the body and the filler cap as viewed from above.
5 - The hole for the exhaust pipe must follow the contour of the above piece with a maximum of 10 mm in gap between the body and the exhaust outlet
6 - The slot for the roll-over bar should be no more than 10 mm in width. The bar should not protrude more than 38 mm above the body and not exceed a total height of 190 mm from the ground
1.21 A spoiler/wing which conforms to AARCMCC regulations may be fitted.
1.22 Spoiler/wing sizes for sports cars/prototypes:
Maximum width 267 mm
Maximum length 77 mm
Maximum height 191 mm
Maximum angle 45 degrees.
Fuel may only contain Methanol, oil/lubricant and nitro-methane (with a maximum of 25% measured in volume). To implement this rule, Organisers will provide the appropriate Serpent/EFRA fuel check system at Technical Inspection. Random fuel tests will be made during the entire championship. Samples and counter samples will be collected for analysis and any competitor found to be using any substance other than those mentioned above will be disqualified and any race result obtained will be null and void. Further punishment to be determined by AARCMCC, such as a ban from future racing.
1.24 The minimum weight limit of the cars is 2525(weight includes timing transponder allowance). The weight limit will be checked with the cars being ready to race including timing transponder but with empty tank. The weight will be checked by a set of digital electronic scales and can be done at any time during the meeting, i.e. before the start of a heat, sub-final or final or after the end of either. An approved test weight must be provided for checking calibration of the digital electronic scales.
1.25 The car shall be measured for the width by placing it on a baseboard equipped with two side rails of 25.4 mm in height, spaced 267 mm apart. Constructed in such a way that the car can roll freely between them. Base board and rails must be constructed of high quality material, suitably stiffened to prevent distortion. The car must roll freely between the rails with any steerable wheel set in the straight ahead position, irrespective of the compression or extension of the suspension. The car shall be measured for length and height in a similarly constructed box of internal dimensions 637 x 267 mm which includes provision for checking the maximum height. Measurement of the wheel base may be made by simple measurement of axle centre distance but the Race Director should be prepared to make more exact checks in case of doubt or protests. It is suggested that the wheels are removed and the wheel spindles firmly placed on V-blocks whilst accurate measurements are made. It is the responsibility of the driver to ensure that his/her car complies with the regulations at all times it is on the track and the organiser may check any car, at any time during the championship, for compliance with the regulations. On checking immediately after a race, if a car is found to be under the minimum weight or has incorrect dimensions, positive proof of race damage may prevent disqualification.
1.26 The maximum carburettor size will be 9.00 mm
1.27 Technical restrictions: (Not allowed)
4 wheel brakes (no independently controlled braking on the front wheels is allowed)
liquid cooled engines
more than 2 servos
no more than 3-speed transmissions.