We have learned about the changes in 2019 and beyond, and they’ll be very exciting.
But first, we have to look at the new race car sponsor login requirement.
What are race car companies doing?
Race car companies must be affiliated with a specific manufacturer to join the race car industry.
The first change we know about is that some race car manufacturers are no longer allowed to be affiliated.
That means a manufacturer that is a member of an FCAA-certified manufacturer may no longer be able to join another manufacturer that’s a member or is part of a non-certificated manufacturer.
For example, if a car company that’s affiliated with another manufacturer is not part of an approved manufacturer, that car company would be barred from joining the FCAAs-certification.
Another change that has been made is that the manufacturers’ participation in the FABSA must be voluntary.
So, you can no longer opt out of participating in the racecar industry.
You will still have to pay your fair share, though.
We don’t know if this means any race car manufacturer will be able or willing to sell the cars that they sponsor.
Other than that, there are no changes to how the companies are organized, with no changes in the overall size of the companies.
It’s a great change, and we look forward to seeing what’s in store for 2019.
So, where can you sign up for the FEA?
If you’re a race car owner, it’s really easy.
You can sign up online for the 2018 season, and the 2019 season will be announced shortly.
If you want to learn more about the 2018 FEA, check out our 2018 article, which includes the complete 2018 FABS rules and regulations, plus details on how to participate in the 2018 event.
But, if you want the latest on 2019 and the FFAA, keep checking back.