PCA Club Racing Rules
CLUB RACING HAS CLASSES FOR EVERY TYPE OF PORSCHE. TO BE ELIGIBLE, A CAR MUST HAVE A PORSCHE CHASSIS AND DRIVETRAIN. THE CLUB RACING RULE BOOK CONTAINS ALL SPECIFICATIONS FOR OUR CLASSES AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT.
COVID-19 in PCA Club Racing
As racing venues make plans to return to the track, the PCA Racing Medical Committee has announced some guidelines for everyone to review and be made aware of.
Club Racing Rule Book
Make sure you check out all the general sections as well as those that apply to your specific class. Any in-season changes will be posted as an addendum as necessary. Use the link to download a personal copy of the 2020 Rule Book
2020 February Interim Rules Changes
Walt Fricke, PCA Club Racing Rules and Tech, announces 2020 changes to the published rules.
Click here to review these changes, effective as of February 28th.
May 2020 Interim Rule Change
Effective April 30, 2020
The inner lower control arm end with stock rubber bushing on the GT3 arms, which is allowed in SPB to attach to the stock Boxster main arm, is no longer available through Porsche. The bushing is subject to heat, and at some point needs to be replaced, which is done by purchasing the Porsche GT3 part, which comes with the proper bushing. Many PCA classes would allow spherical bearings instead of a compliant rubber bushing, so this development may not affect anyone but SPB. In any case, the Tarett #LCARE lower control arm rubber end is allowed in SPB, and in any other PCA class where this part is to be replaced.
Use the button for direct contact the Rules Committee with your questions and issues.
PCA Club Racing Points, Protocols, & Regulations
944 Cup Series
The purpose of the 944 Cup is to provide a budget-minded race series for the front engine Porsche while at the same time offering several options for car preparation and performance. There are three 944 Cup classes: SP1, SP2, and SP3.
The series runs the full PCA Club Racing schedule is divided into East and West chapters with a year-end overall championship event. Each Club Race is designated as (E)ast or (W)est on the 2020 racing schedule.
Additional information about the series can be found on the 944 Cup Series page.
At selected Club Races there may be a Vintage Run Group for eligible cars. Drivers must have a PCA Competition License obtained under the normal Club Racing rules. Cars must have, or acquire at their first event, a regular PCA logbook, which must include the two annual compliance forms. All the applicable safety rules for driver and car equipment apply. All the rules for on-track conduct, including the 13/13 rule, apply.
Eligible Porsches — 1989 or older air cooled models — will be classified into six classes:
- Four cylinder over and under 2.0L (V4O, V4U),
- Six cylinder over and under 2.4L (VO, VU), and
- Six cylinder over and under 3.0L (VGTO, VGTU) high winged and/or aero bodies.
Additional requirements and details can be found on the Vintage Racing page.
911 Cup Series
The 911 Cup Series returns to PCA Club Racing with participation at ALL events in 2020! The series is open to any Stock D, E, and F classed vehicles. To enter you must declare 911CUP as your class and display the 911 CUP windscreen banner and any contingency sponsor decals.
Check out the 911 Cup Series page for additional requirements and details.