You can tell the diffrence between ozite and carpet after one lap with your car.if the car comes back clean its ozite.if your car comes back dirty its carpet.I raced on some tracks were when I clean my car it looks like I just shaved a cat.Cleveland Indoor Champs has some of the best ozite you can race on.
I think the best barrier you can put down would be vinyl covered 4x4 fence posts. it's acutally a wooden 4x4 covered with a vunyl sleeve. I'll let you guys now how they work, my local track is going to be using them on our new carpet track.
We just purchased some ozite "fasttrack" and have had (3) weekends on it. were getting LOTS of Carpet fuzz on the moving parts of the cars. We only use foams. Are you "track owners" vacuuming the carpet..and if you do... do the vacuumes you use have carpet beaters in them? (the spinning thing on the vacuume head itself)
I've raced on other ozite tracks and did not have the fuzz problem.
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The track will throw toupees on your car for a few weeks. Once things run in everything will be fine. I have been to 3 tracks in the last 2 years that have laid down the new Ozite, and they were all the same deal. Don't worry
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