Homologation Rules

Homologation in motorsports is a set of very strict rules and regulations that covers all areas of motorsports (ie. engine-size, power-output, physical dimensions of the vehicle, weight, etc).

The homologation rules of each individual race-series are determined by their own governing bodies. These rules must be met in order for a vehicle, racetrack and standardized part to be certified to participate in a race-series. Some race-series are “production-based”, therefore homologation for those events require the vehicles to have street-legal production versions available for sale to the public.

Depending on the race-series, the Homologation-specials (as they are known) can be limited to a minimum number of units, but not restricted to the minimum. The following images are a examples of Homologation special cars as well as their various racing successes.


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