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Old 05-10-2017, 08:24 PM   #1
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Looking for tracks that are open in North Carolina. I live in Fayetteville, and I'm bout to purchase a new truggy, but the guy has a buggy also, both are nitro. So mainly I'm trying to figure out, what are the big race classes? Where can I race? Big tracks in NC? What do they run? Where are the best hobby shops?

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Old 05-11-2017, 06:33 AM   #2
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Everything you want to know is here:
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From your location, check out Speed R/C in Mooresville and King R/C in King NC.
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Old 05-11-2017, 03:49 PM   #3
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Looking for tracks that are open in North Carolina. I live in Fayetteville, and I'm bout to purchase a new truggy, but the guy has a buggy also, both are nitro. So mainly I'm trying to figure out, what are the big race classes? Where can I race? Big tracks in NC? What do they run? Where are the best hobby shops?

Thanks in advance! I miss the r/c life!
My advice is to go to the track first before you whip out the credit card and see which class you want to run and the car count for it. Our track is opening this weekend if you want to drive 2500 or so miles....lol
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I just moved to NC and getting back into the hobby also, I'm in Asheville. I think I'm going to go check out S&B RC Raceway in SC. Seems like a nice track and I like thy you can go practice during the week.
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For hobby shops in Fayetteville go to Hayes Hobby House off 87. Allen in there is one of the most informed person i have come across at any hobby shop. While Stationed at Bragg he always helped me with my racing needs
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check out bump and run speedway on Facebook.
there's a dirt oval and carpet oval all indoors.
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Great day yesterday at the Hobby Connection in Easley. Near perfect weather and a smooth running show. Two heats and double mains for five classes. Done by 5 ish when the dirt oval guys took over for the evening show.

Great job Corey! See you next time.
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