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STOCKHATCH

The Stockhatch class has been created as a very low cost introduction to Autograss Racing which requires minimal car preparation skills, yet offers high speed racing and room for some creative car building. All components should be standard off the shelf units. There should be no machining or specialised fabrication in any car. The cars should be easy to build, run and police. The Class will work on the principal of honesty and trust. Drivers will be expected to maintain cars in a tidy and presentable condition. Cars must be front wheel driver, hatchback vehicles with the engine capacity between 1131 and 1600cc with only two valves per cylinder. All cars must comply, in every way, with a NASA Class. Nominally Class Six, but Five is possible. Minis and their derivatives are not permitted. 106 Rally spec and Nova Sport spec are not permitted. Metros may be used. Definition of standard:

 

A mass-produced vehicle, or parts thereof, which has been available for general sale through the manufacturer or importer’s entire dealer network in the United Kingdom. Any vehicle, which may be considered as a “homologation special” is excluded. Engine, driver train or body parts sold or intended for competition use are not permitted with the exception of springs, shock absorbers, arches and side skirts as stated in these Rules.

 

 

For more information go to www.stockhatchautograss.co.uk.

The Stockhatch class has been created as a very low cost introduction to Autograss Racing which requires minimal car preparation skills, yet offers high speed racing and room for some creative car building. All components should be standard off the shelf units. There should be no machining or specialised fabrication in any car. The cars should be easy to build, run and police. The Class will work on the principal of honesty and trust. Drivers will be expected to maintain cars in a tidy and presentable condition. Cars must be front wheel driver, hatchback vehicles with the engine capacity between 1131 and 1600cc with only two valves per cylinder. All cars must comply, in every way, with a NASA Class. Nominally Class Six, but Five is possible. Minis and their derivatives are not permitted. 106 Rally spec and Nova Sport spec are not permitted. Metros may be used. Definition of standard:

 

A mass-produced vehicle, or parts thereof, which has been available for general sale through the manufacturer or importer’s entire dealer network in the United Kingdom. Any vehicle, which may be considered as a “homologation special” is excluded. Engine, driver train or body parts sold or intended for competition use are not permitted with the exception of springs, shock absorbers, arches and side skirts as stated in these Rules.

 

 

For more information go to www.stockhatchautograss.co.uk.

The Stockhatch class has been created as a very low cost introduction to Autograss Racing which requires minimal car preparation skills, yet offers high speed racing and room for some creative car building. All components should be standard off the shelf units. There should be no machining or specialised fabrication in any car. The cars should be easy to build, run and police. The Class will work on the principal of honesty and trust. Drivers will be expected to maintain cars in a tidy and presentable condition. Cars must be front wheel driver, hatchback vehicles with the engine capacity between 1131 and 1600cc with only two valves per cylinder. All cars must comply, in every way, with a NASA Class. Nominally Class Six, but Five is possible. Minis and their derivatives are not permitted. 106 Rally spec and Nova Sport spec are not permitted. Metros may be used. Definition of standard:

 

A mass-produced vehicle, or parts thereof, which has been available for general sale through the manufacturer or importer’s entire dealer network in the United Kingdom. Any vehicle, which may be considered as a “homologation special” is excluded. Engine, driver train or body parts sold or intended for competition use are not permitted with the exception of springs, shock absorbers, arches and side skirts as stated in these Rules.

 

 

For more information go to www.stockhatchautograss.co.uk.

A few stockhatches from our league.

Photos by: Sian Wyeth