This site, http://www.desafiodelafrontera.com/English/Home2.htm, is actually the official site. On the registration page, these are the classes that it lists:There will be four classes of cars.
Two classes have been created for stock, small-bore sedans: Group ?A? under 1600cc and Group ?B? beween 1601-2200cc. These cars should be as stock. The following items may be replaced: air filters, shocks, springs, clutches, and brakes pads, as long as they fit in the same locations.
There will be two additional classes for cars from 2201cc to 3999cc, and those over 4000cc. A supercharger or turbo will move the car up at least one class. Cars over 4000cc will be in the ?Special? class. Cobras, Corvettes, Ferrari, Porsches, Vipers, and similar performance vehicles will run in this class.
This is a ?run whatcha brung? race. The Organizers retain the right to divide the cars into as many (or as few) classes as necessary to promote fair competition.
They only have five competitors registered to date: http://www.desafiodelafrontera.com/English/Pil/pilotos.htm-1.6L: Cars with engine less than 1,600 cc.
-2.2L: Cars with engine less than 2.2 cc.
+2L: Cars with engine bigger than 2000 cc, up to 4000.
-2LT: Cars with engine less than 2000 cc Turbo.
+2LT: Cars with engine less than 2000 cc Turbo. (<-- typo??)
Special: Cars with over 4,000 cc or with
special characteristics, to the Organizing Committee criterion.
:banhim:JekylandHyde said:The first night of the rooms included in the entry fee will be April 22, 2004 in South Padre Island, Texas. The last night will be April 30, 2004. If you plan to arrive early, or stay late, or need an extra room see ?Extra Hotel Rooms? below.