Now let's do the same for class one or you just might see a lot of class one's move to super 8. Looking for estimates to build a bodyAs much as everyone loves to ** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!** about Sal making another class, this is probably one of the smartest moves they have made as far as making new classes. You can be competive on a much smaller budget than TT or class 1, you can buy a brand new LS3 right now form GM for $9500 with around 450 hp, thats a hell of alot cheaper than a pissed off, unreliable V-6. It also makes for a simpler, lighter, easier to prep racecar (yeah drysumps and braided hoses look cool as ** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!**** ˇAy, caramba!** but with a stock motor its not needed plus it takes at least 150lbs off the weight of the car, thats a co-driver!) and now you have UNLIMITED SUSPENSION, you can only go as fast as your car can handle anyway and most people can't even handle that in the first place. So not only is it cheaper but it is also safer (since everyone here is in mutual agreement that not just any shmuck with a fat wallet should be allowed in an 800hp racecar) With the 2008 motor rule (not body/chassis) this should allow anyone with an old 8 truck to compete as long as the drivetrain is 2008 or newer. And last but not least lets not forget, Mark Miller won the 1000 with a junkyard LS1 and trans.