The spirit of the Series is to keep the cars equal and minimize the number of permissible changes. Any change not specifically authorized is PROHIBITED. Violations are subject to penalties or exclusion. “STOCK” means that the parts are unmodified and as originally supplied from Porsche Motorsport North America and the Manufacturer of the Ferrari run platforms.
Entrant/Participant/Driver are solely responsible for assuring their car is technically safe and meets compliance to all safety issues by our sanctioning body for participation in a competitive weekend driving/racing event. Competent Motorsport LLC is not responsible for the technical safety of any car participating in the Yokohama Drivers Cup USA Series.
The Yokohama Drivers Cup USA Racing Series is open to semi- professional, amateur, and Club racing drivers only. Competent Motorsport LLC reserves the right, in its sole discretion to reject any driver deemed to be a “professional driver”.
A driver must meet the following criteria, unless exception is made by Competent Motorsport LLC:
- Minimum age of 16 years old
- Proof of current physical examination (within 3 months of Series commencement)
- Current racing driver’s license in good standing sanctioned by PCA, POC, SCCA, NASA, FIA or equivalent sanctioning body accepted by Competent Motorsport LLC.
- Competent Motorsport Annual Competition License ($250 per season)
- Competent Motorsport will determine eligibility of drivers at its sole discretion
All Yokohama Drivers Cup USA Racing Series drivers are required to wear a Hans System at all sanctioned events and during all sessions on the track. Driver safety equipment must meet our code.
During the Yokohama Drivers Cup USA Racing Series the 13/13 policy and penalty will be used as a “deterrent”, making it a penalty for an “on-track” contact and not penalizing the driver for an “off-track” single contact incident. With Yokohama Drivers Cup USA Racing Series personnel at the black flag station, we will have the necessary conversation/action to stop any inappropriate action “on track”. For any “off-track” incidents that occur, a notation will be entered into the driver’s Series logbook accordingly. Continuing to engage in “off-track” incidents will result in the driver not being able to compete in the Series until reinstated by the Series Race Director.