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The vehicle will be inspected by a Porsche mechanic, RMR/AMR current instructor, or anyone else approved by the event chair, region safety chair, or region pre-tech chair using the approved ANNUAL tech sheet, if such person believes he or she is competent to do so. You cannot tech your own vehicle.

If you hold a log from a nationally recognized race sanctioning body and you have a notation for a current annual tech attach a copy of the information to an ANNUAL tech sheet.  A copy of the ANNUAL tech sheet must be given to the Registrar in order to receive your registration packet EVERY event.  Without the tech sheet the car will need to be teched the day of the event.

Vehicles not passing tech inspection will not be allowed to participate, until and unless they pass a subsequent re-inspection. Entrants are responsible for the safe condition of their vehicles, and will be required to acknowledge this responsibility by signing a representation on their tech form. It is highly recommended that entrants have their vehicles checked by a qualified mechanic prior to a major event. Listed below is an explanation of the minimum items required to pass tech inspection. All vehicles must also comply with the following items at all times during Driver's Education events and Autocrosses.

Top-tech is the minimum inspection required at an Autocross and is required prior to entering the track for all other Driver’s Education events but entrants are responsible for having their vehicles comply with all of the requirements of this chapter.



Shocks shall be in good working order, properly mounted and free from leaks. When one end of the vehicle is pushed down and released, it must bounce back once and come to rest.


Headlights and turn signals shall be operable on all vehicles in Street and Production classes during timed runs.


Tires shall not rub against any surface of the vehicle, except lightly as permitted in Improved and Modified classes. No sheet metal shall interfere with the steering or suspension.


Every vehicle shall have a complete body, at least similar to what came from the factory, with full fenders, hoods, deck lids and doors.


Rust or unsafe damage: All vehicles shall be structurally sound to participate in Autocross and Driver's Education events. Any rust or unsafe damage that impairs the safe operation of a vehicle shall be grounds for disqualification. Cosmetic rust on non-structural panels will not result in disqualification, but may indicate the presence of rust in critical areas such as suspension mounting points.


Wheels shall be free of cracks. Snap on wheel covers must be removed.

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