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The following is a list of SCCA classes for the Miata. This is to be a guide, classes can change based on engine size and other modifications. Check with your local club at an event to properly class your car.
Solo 1 Classes Solo II Classes Spec Miata Classes Club Racing Classes

Car classes will be changing for the 2002 season. The SCCA has not finalized this yet but here is a breakdown.

B Stock (BS)Changing to C Stock (CS) (All 1.8L Engines)
C Stock (CS)Changing to E Stock (ES) (All 1.6L Engines)

Solo 1 Classes
Solo I events are single-car speed competitions which require many of the safety measures used in racing, but provide a speed thrill. It brings the driver into high speed competition and yet does not expose the competitor to all of the risks involved in racing. Depending on the area of the country you can test your skills at Solo Trials, Hill climbs, time trials, and flat track events.

Solo Trials events are entry level events and provide a speed rush without the possible dangers of the following venues. These events can be run without a driver's suit and/or rollbar (unless you have a convertible).

A Hill Climb, as the name implies, sends one automobile up the hill at a time in pursuit of the fastest time of the day or in its class.

Time Trials are defined as "speed competition on a closed course with one car at a time running against the clock for the fastest time." Roll bars, helmets and seat belt/shoulder harness combinations are required in Solo I just as they are in racing. Either a set of underwear or outer driver's suit of SCCA-approved flameproof material must be worn and the combination of both the suit and underwear, which is required in racing, is recommended for Solo I.

B Stock (BS)
C Stock (CS)
C Street Prepared (CSP)
D Prepared (DP)
E Modified (EM)
Solo II Classes
Solo II events are driving skill contests that emphasize the driver's ability and the car's handling characteristics. This is accomplished by driving a course that is designated by traffic cones on a low hazard location, such as a parking lot or inactive airstrip. While speeds are no greater than those normally encountered in legal highway driving, the combination of concentration and car feedback creates an adrenaline pumping experience. It is like being in a movie chase scene, only you are holding onto the steering wheel instead of a box of popcorn!
B Stock (BS)
C Stock (CS)
C Street Prepared (CSP)
D Prepared (DP)
E Modified (EM)
Spec Miata Classes The Spec Miata class is designed to provide an affordable nationwide class in which all regions are using basically the same rules and regulations. This allows for crossover Division to Division racing with a year end championship event of all Divisions. Spec Miatas currently race both sprints and enduros where available.
Spec Miata (SM)
Club Racing Classes

SCCA's Club Racing program is designed to fulfill the need of the "amateur athlete." It is a comprehensive, nationwide program featuring races held throughout the year that cater to the driver that perhaps prefers to test his or her skill on a part-time basis, rather than compete full-time on SCCA's professional circuits. Nevertheless, because the competition at the club level is so fierce, many professionals also participate in this program to further hone their skills and compete at SCCA's Valvoline Runoffs®.

ShowRoom Stock B (SSB)
ShowRoom Stock C(SSC)
E-Production (EP)
F-Production (FP)
G-Production (GP)
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