Originally Posted by LOSTTHEMOJO
Sorry for the noob question but what is the difference in the classes? I just moved to college a few weeks ago and they have an on-road track here and thought I'd try it out!
Before this ive been strictly offroad bcz that's the only kind of tracks they had around my town I lived in b4 college....Any HELP would be much appreciated!
. Check this page out. It explains the different rules for the two classes. Basically, VTA is a class where the bodies are replicating the only 70's trans-am class. They run 25.5 Novak motors with and non-timing esc from an approved list. They also run specific tires that look like trans-am tires.
USGT is similar in the fact that they have similar rules as far as electronics. This class runs 21.5 motors with a roar approved esc in blinky mode. You must use a threaded tire like the hpi xpatterns with a spoked wheel. The bodies are supposed to replicate the 2door GT class racing. Like the corvettes, vipers, BMW M3 or Audi R8. No sedan or wedge type bodies. VTA is a tad slower the USGT, but still a very fun class. And killer muscle car bodies. USGT is more of your exotic super car type. Check out the site and it will tell you all about it.