Calling all Jet Boat racing enthusiasts and Comp Jet Racers!! Classic Jet (85 mph max GPS) is looking to make a return 2020! Wanna go racing??? This is "run whatcha brung" racing!! No spec for engine displacement, anything goes! For more information please contact [email protected] or 310-318-4012
I've gotten quite a few responses about the "Classic Jet" class wanting to see the rules. I have posted the rules that govern all three "Classic" classes - Endurance, Flat and Jet below. Please feel free to email or call me with any questions. They are up along with all other class rules at Home Page | SCSC Racing under the "forms/resources" tab.
Ross Wallach, Race Director SCSC
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A. Classic Endurance
1.0 Any hull built before 1982 or splash off of a hull built before 1982, with a length not more than 23’. This will include flat bottoms, v-bottoms, runner bottoms or tunnel bottoms.
2.0 Any powerplant, gas, diesel, with carburetors, injectors, blowers, turbochargers. No nitrous.
3.0 Propulsion systems include; direct drive, v-drive, in/out, outboard, and jet.
B. Classic Flatbottom
1.0 Same requirements in year built and less than 23’, flat bottom, runner bottom
2.0 Engines, gasoline only. Any carb/induction/blower/turbos.
3.0 Propulsion system to include direct drive or v-drive.
C. Classic Jet
1.0 Any jet hull built before 1982 or replica.
2.0 Engines, gasoline only. Any carb/induction/blowers/turbos.
3.0 Any jet propulsion drive. The drive will not utilize any jet-o-vator that impairs driver visibility for a following boat.
1.0 Maximum speed of 85.9 mph as recorded by a handheld GPS unit affixed to the boat or driver. a. The GPS unit will be examined prior to the start of each individual heat and immediately after that heat. If the GPS unit does not register any speed or an obvious lower speed, that competitor will be penalized one (1) lap. b.Additionally, if the speed recorded is 86-88 mph that competitor will be penalized one (1) lap. c. If the speed is faster than 88 mph that competitor will be disqualified and at the discretion of the race officials will not compete in the classic class for the remainder of the event. E. Safety and Sporstmanship will be paramount and fostered at each and every event.
1.0 It is the intention and goal of the “Classic” classes and competitors to have a safe and rewarding experience, and to allow as many Classic racers to bring what they have to race. 2.0 It will be the competitor’s responsibility to have equipment that will pass a safety inspection prior to each event as required by race officials. F. The “Classic” classes will be run as a local class through an SCSC sanctioned event. Any questions or additional requirements will be addressed through the sanctioning organization(s) prior to the event.