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Old 12-16-2008, 09:14 PM   #1
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Old 12-16-2008, 10:06 PM   #2
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no practice during the week only racing once every other weekend, i personally drive 2 temecula 2 race at arc raceway , about 50 min away
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Well it depends if you want to race gas or electric off-road or electric on-road. And what you consider to be to far to drive.

In San Diego, FHR has Barona for gas and electric off-road.

In Temecula, you have gas and if they get a big enough crowd, electric off-road at ARC.

In the OC, you have OCRC which is indoor electric off-road. Also there will be another track called West Coast R/C that will be opening soon.

In the IE, Inland Empire, you have Pegasus Hobbies which is just electric off-road for racing, but you can practice any day in with either gas or electric. Also you have Revelation Raceway, which is primarily gas and if they have a big enough crowd, electric as well.

Hope this answer your question then good ole Anthony's did.

BTW Anthony, you still work at SW?
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Well it depends if you want to race gas or electric off-road or electric on-road. And what you consider to be to far to drive.

In San Diego, FHR has Barona for gas and electric off-road.

In Temecula, you have gas and if they get a big enough crowd, electric off-road at ARC.

In the OC, you have OCRC which is indoor electric off-road. Also there will be another track called West Coast R/C that will be opening soon.

In the IE, Inland Empire, you have Pegasus Hobbies which is just electric off-road for racing, but you can practice any day in with either gas or electric. Also you have Revelation Raceway, which is primarily gas and if they have a big enough crowd, electric as well.

Hope this answer your question then good ole Anthony's did.

BTW Anthony, you still work at SW?
west coast rc... what is it for? nitro outdoor?? I just relcoated to OC from Temecula.
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west coast rc... what is it for? nitro outdoor?? I just relcoated to OC from Temecula.

Ok, I am going to butcher this guys last name, its Danny Stoiachavich or something like that. Its called West Coast R/C Raceway. He is opening a indoor facility in Norwalk. It will be electric off-road. I think he is planning to run 1/8th electric as well.
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