The cost to race the vehicle (Out of a possible 100), which takes into account:
- The cost and likely frequency of repairs
- The cost of consumables like tires, fuel, lubricants, etc.
- The scale of the transport trailer (if required)
- The cost of support equipment (as required)
This is a relative score meant to show overall racing costs compared to other race vehicle types.
A score of 100 would indicate that repairs may be frequent, consumables are used in large quantities, transportation is via a large dedicated racing trailer and/or a large amount of support equipment is required.
A score of 15 or less would indicate that repairs are rarer/minimal, consumables are used in smaller quantities, the vehicle doesn’t need trailering, and only minimal support equipment is needed.