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Old 06-09-2010, 06:03 AM   #16
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The track is great, I love it, more people just need to show up. If there was any flaw with the track it'd be that the rear straightaway isn't really straight and you can't really tell that from the driver's stand.

Get yo' asses out there Cincinnati, Dayton, Northern KY and SE Indiana!
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I believe wet track conditions is an issue that is being resolved as we speak as far as I know there is going to be changes made to improve this condition and will accommodate many different classes 1/10 scale electric buggy to 1/8 scale pro buggy I believe they are going to put forth a lot of time effort and money to create a great place to race
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You have to understand that this is Cinseattle and we have rainy shitty weather all spring and fall. It was not rainy when I was there last and one of the guys overwatered the track so it did take forever to dry out but when it is dry it is a great track. Doug has done a really good job with it.
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Well, l know if someone would go out and sweep the excess water off of the track in the morning and check it perodically it would dry out before that night. You dont wait an half an hour before race time and expect the track to be dry.
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I think most people are going to Steve Kings new track this Sunday. I think I'm going to hold off and hit tri-state next Saturday

Kings track is about 1hr 45 min. from me and tri-state is closer to 1hr.
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