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Thread: Any plans for a 2.0 liter cup in North America ?

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    Any plans for a 2.0 liter cup in North America ?

    Hi,
    I'm wondering if anybody is working to bring something similar than the very popular Peter Auto - 2.0 liter cup in Europe ? There was the Klub Sport challenge many years ago, this was a great series. Does anybody heard anything on the subject ? I would love to rebuilt my 65 under those pre-66 FIA rules to eventually race it !

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    JD
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    and I'm sure there would be plenty of Europeans and English who would love to participate as well in a State side series.
    Mark

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    I'd be in. It could be a modified series, 65-73. A couple of classes. True 65-66 builds and a higher spec up to 2.5.
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