14550 E. Easter Ave., Suite 400
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: 303-693-2111
Fax: 303-680-5633

  • Vehicle: SCCA Spec Racer Ford
  • Chassis: Tube frame
  • Engine: Ford, 1.9 Liter fuel-injected SOHC 8 valve Hemi-head 4 cylinder (inline), water cooled
  • Transmission: Ford 5 speed
  • Exhaust: Custom
  • Engine Mgmt: Electronic
  • Wheelbase: 92"
  • Weight: 1670 lbs. (with driver)
  • Body: Three piece fiberglass
  • Horsepower: 105
  • Top Speed: 135 mph
  • Tires: Goodyear Eagle A400 SRF tire:
    • Front - 22"x7"x13"
    • Rear - 22"x7"x13"

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What is the Spec Racer Ford?
The SRF is an enclosed wheel, open cockpit, purpose built race car. Power is by a Ford 1.9 liter, hemispherical head, 4 cylinder engine. With over 800 cars delivered, the SRF enjoys being the largest class of road racing cars within the SCCA and the country. The car is raced by amateurs and pros alike at such venues as Laguna Seca, Sears Point, Road America, Watkins Glen, Road Atlanta, and many other tracks around the country.

What does Spec mean?
Every Spec Racer Ford is a one design, fixed specification car. The very first cars are the same as the last car delivered. Engines and transmissions are sealed to prevent enhancements. With all cars the same, a premium is put on driver ability and competition, not who spends the most money. The Spec Racer Ford has put an end to the constant search for the next costly improvement.

What is a Customer Service Representative?
The customer service representative (CSR) is your contact with the world of racing and specifically the SRF. A nation wide system of support and information. The CSRs are a group of independent businesses that specialize in the SRF. Each offers New and used car sales, rentals, parts, and maintenance as well as lots of guidance. Give them a call, they can get you started in racing.

Is the Spec Racer Ford a kit?
Yes, the car is delivered in kit form. Everything except the battery and engine oil is included. You have everything else to put the car on the track, even the tires. If you put it together yourself, many do, expect to spend 80 to 100 hours. The CSRs will also assemble the car for you. They will charge $3,000 to $4,000, depending on fancy paint jobs, etc.

I am not mechanically inclined but I want to drive.
Don't worry, not only can the CSR assemble the car for you, but they can maintain it , set it up, and even deliver it to the track for you. This is called Arrive and Drive. Other drivers like to do this work themselves. That's fine, the CSR is still there with advice and parts.

What about parts?
One of the best services the CSRs offer is their presence with parts at every SCCA event. With the SRF, you don't have to go home early because you don't have a needed part.

Do I have to buy a car to race?
No. In fact, we recommend you work with your CSR first. He can set you up with a SRF rental. This gives you a chance to find out if driving and this car is really for you, before that investment is made.

Who drives the SRF?
Within the SRF community, we have sixteen year olds (male and female) with National Licenses, twenty year old hotshots on their way to a Pro career, and numerous participants of all ages fulfilling a life long dream, male and female. The common denominator is competition, the thrill of speed, and fun.