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2007 USCC Official Entry Form - Think You Have What It Takes?

Dec 1, 2006
0612_sccp_01_z+uscc_trophy+with_nissan_350z Photo 1/1   |   2007 USCC Official Entry Form - Think You Have What It Takes?

The Ultimate Street Car Challenge is your chance to show the world how fast your car really is. So if you think you've got the baddest street car in existence, we invite you to bring it on.

There's nothing simple about the Ultimate Street Car. It will have to rule every arena of performance to be crowned king. That means the winner will excel in our barrage of acceleration, braking and handling tests. It will have to be wickedly fast on the track, yet versatile enough to cruise the streets in comfort. It will have to look as fast as it goes and be engineered well enough to impress our field of judges.

Ultimate Streetcar Challenge 2007To enter the USCC, simply fill out the form on this page (no copies will be accepted) and mail it to the address at the bottom of the form by March 1, 2007, with a sharp photo of your car. Entered cars must be insured, registered and outfitted with seat belts, a fire extinguisher and a fixed roof or roll bar. Plan on using one set of street-legal tires for all testing and being in California in June 2006 if you make the final cut. The editors of this magazine will choose the 10 cars they want to see compete, and finalists will be notified in March.

OFFICIAL USCC ENTRY FORM
Owner: Driver (if not same):
Street address:
City: State/Zip:
Phone (home): (work):
Vehicle make: Model: Year:
Engine (configuration, displacement):
Internal mods (i.e. bore/stroke changes, aftermarket internals, modified valvetrain):
 
External mods (new or modified turbo or supercharger, other bolt-ons):
 
Engine management mods:
 
Transmission (type and modifications):
 
Suspension mods:
 
Brake system mods:
 
Wheels and tires (make and size):
 
Tell us why your car should be in the USCC (lots of smack talk here):
 
Signature:

Mail entry to: Sport Compact Car, USCC, 2400 E. Katella Ave. 11th floor, Anaheim, CA 92806

All submissions are assumed intended for publication and become property of Sport Compact Car.

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