September CSR Update

With the end of the season nearing and with only two races left we are excited about and already planning for next year.  The next year should be great with the Runoff’s at Indy, the performance of the Hoosier tires, and the level in interest in the SpecRacer Gen 3’s.  To serve the SpecRacer community better we have added to our rental car fleet with Gen 3’s and we have a new stacker trailer on order able to hold 6 cars. 

Enterprises Updates

Weight – Over the last few months Enterprises has been looking at the minimum weight limit for the Gen 3.  After taking data and talking with racers the Gen 3 weight will remain at 1,560 lbs.

Brakes - New SRF Wilwood calipers and brackets are in development.  The goal is to have these be available for sale in the 4th quarter.

Bodywork - Enterprises is considering a new SRF body work vendor.  The goal is to have a new vendor in place before next year.

Clutch Update – The new Gen 3 clutch and tranny parts are being made and will be available in the last Qtr. of 2016.  The new parts could solve the current problems with the Gen 3 tranny’s breaking gears and stripping out clutches.

AccelRaceTek Rewards Competition

In thanks our customers, AccelRaceTek has added a rewards competition with a purse of $1,000 for qualified drivers.  The SFR points for the last two race weekends will be added and the top finishers will receive prize money in the amount of;

Place in points             Gen 2              Gen 3

1st                                $250                $250

2nd                             $150                $150

3rd                              $100                $100

To be eligible you must be a driver and customer that purchased services or parts over $200 from March through September 2016.  Also to be eligible only purchases direct to AccelRaceTek apply and not purchases through prep shops or distributors.

Free Gen 3 Testing at Last Races

AccelRaceTek will have a Gen 3 available for test sessions at the test days prior the last two race weekends.  The goal is to let licensed drivers of Spec Miata’s, Gen 2’s, and other class drives test a Gen 3.  To qualify the driver must have a current competitive license, sign a release form, not have driven a Gen 3 in the past, and is interested in running a Gen 3 in the future.  All track and SCCA fees will be the responsibility of the driver and AccelRaceTek will supply the car for free.  AccelRaceTek reserves the right to accept or reject drivers for any reason.  Time spots are limited to so call to reserve your session.