This is the smallest 'any engine in any car' class, ideal for those who want to experiment with various engines, gearboxes and body shell combinations. Any saloon; hatchback or pickup body shell may be used to produce a front or rear wheel drive vehicle. The use of spaceframing is widespread.
The engine must be between 1131 and 1420cc and have two valves per cylinder. Multi-valve engines are not permitted.
There are almost unlimited tuning modifications allowed; the engine/gearbox/transaxle/axle need not be original or fitted in its original position.
This is a popular class consisting of a variety of combinations including Minis; Ford Fiestas; Peugeot 106s; Citroen AXs; Imps and many more. The engine and gearboxes aren't necessarily being of the type originally fitted or even in the position the original vehicle manufacturer intended or even imagined.
Click Here to take a look at the General Saloon rulebook.
Click Here to take a look at the Class Five rulebook.