SCC: 2004 rules announced

Series has two-class format for 2004. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (September 4, 2003) -- Grand American Road Racing Association has posted the 2004 Grand-Am Cup Series rules on its website at www.grandamerican.com. The series is going from four classes...

Series has two-class format for 2004.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (September 4, 2003) -- Grand American Road Racing Association has posted the 2004 Grand-Am Cup Series rules on its website at www.grandamerican.com. The series is going from four classes in 2003 to two classes in 2004 with this year's Grand Sport I class moving up to the Grand American Rolex Sports Car Series next season and Sport Touring II class being discontinued.

"We think Grand-Am Cup is going to come into its own next year with the new two-class format," Director of Competition Mark Raffauf said. "These two classes are the most popular with the biggest fields and the closest competition. With the race cars of GS I moving up, our fans are going to see the truest test of production-based racing there is."

Other than the removal of the GS I and ST II classes, the 2004 Grand-Am Cup rulebook remains relatively unchanged from the current rules. "For the most part, all we've done is write in some clarifications on rules to reflect the way they have been interpreted already," noted Grand-Am Cup Series Technical Director Scott Spencer.

The 2004 Grand-Am Cup rules can be found at the Grand American website under 'Rules and Regulations.' Rules can be viewed directly on the web, or they can be downloaded in MS Word and Adobe PDF formats.

Additional information about the Grand-Am Cup Series is available online at www.grandamerican.com.

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Series Grand-Am
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