Tow points - Focus From Schedule B in the CAMS Manual: 'A closer look' “18. be fitted with visible towing points (capable of accepting a 40mm OD cylindrical test object) fitted forward of the front axle and rearward of the rear axle and capable of towing the automobile on a sealed surface with its wheels locked. Where a tow point is obscured, each tow point shall be marked with the word “TOW” of a contrasting colour marking the location of each tow point. A road registered series production car fitted with any unmodified original equipment tow point shall be exempt...
Still seeing Kill switches done incorrectly - The officials at the track are well trained and there to respond in an emergency – if you are unfortunate enough to have an accident and your unresponsive the officials know to hit the isolator to kill the car. If your isolator just cuts the battery and the engine keeps running on pumping oil everywhere or worse fuel its not going to end well.
Have had this written for a while and just haven’t posted it this is a more in-depth look at Harnesses following on from our previous blog - were looking at changes in the FIA standard and some instillation requirements.
Street Car Racing Association of WA Series