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hyperv6

Solstice SCCA SSB Racer

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Here are some photo's of the new SSB Pontiac Solstice racer in SCCA.

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These were taken by a member of the Solstice Forum at the Indy Speedway for a GM ride and Drive event for March Madness.

The car is expected in the SSB SCCA class and will receive factory support if past stories hold true.

It will be fun to watch the Solstice compete against the Miata for braging rights!

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Guest Josh

yes that is VERY cool! I like how they used the buttress as the fasteners for the hard top

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Looks sweet. Hopefully, the Kappa platform will make a name for itself in road racing.

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Looks sweet.  Hopefully, the Kappa platform will make a name for itself in road racing.

I heard John Heinrency will drive it, so if thats true it will win at the Run-offs

(SCCA National Championships) in September.

Raybob ex SCCA Asedan Camaro Racer.

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That paint job is gawdawful, esp. in with those electric shaver

grilles. Perhaps reversed it might look good. I like the concept

of accentuating the Arrowhead.

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I like the paint job, but the suspension looks really high... almost rally-ish.

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I like the paint job, but the suspension looks really high... almost rally-ish.

If I recall correctly they have to use stock parts and springs on the suspension.

SCCA SSB rules limit things like lowering etc.

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Awesome car. It reminds me of the Viper and thats good.

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