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Old 06-21-2006, 08:36 PM   #1
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it's Sid's Raceway. you can find video's on youtube.com of the initial stages. now it's getting there.


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Race registration and practice time for racing this Sunday will be from at 9am – 10:45am. Racing will begin at 11am. The cost will be $10 per person for the day. We will be using a manual lap counting system for the time being, so stickers for the position numbers will be given out to put on your cars. Be prepared to run at least 3 Qualifiers and a Main. If everything ends quickly, then we can run another qualifier, and/or an extra Main.

Directly following the registration process, everyone will be divided up into the various classes and heats. For now, the classes will all be OPEN, 2WD, 4WD, Truggy, and 1/18th scale buggy/truck.

Lap times, general race stats, and positions will be posted up on the driver’s stand at the end of each race.

For those running 19Turns and the like, after many test sessions on the current layout, it is evident that having more speed serves as no greater advantage to anyone else. So there is no need to be concerned about not going fast enough!

On a side note, there will be a P.A./microphone system setup – if anyone is interested in doing some active commentary during the races, please let us know.

The weather is looking great for this Sunday – sunny and 25 degrees!


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saw the vids on youtube. is it me, or is it that the drivers stand is really tall because if that was a 1/10th scale track, and a 1/10th scale buggy was running on it. that buggy looked super small.

oh btw. great track. track is huge! o.o
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Got a link to the vid? I looked thru utube and didn't see it.
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wow guy ....i went to www.youtube.com and typed "sid raceway".....and there they were....2 seconds later.
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crimewave, dont be messed up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Xi6T...%27s%20raceway
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Thanks Guru! : )
Ya that stand looks super high in the first part. That second track looks like a blast. Be fun to drive up there sometime and get a little racing in.
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no problem any time

yupperz, the driver's stand looks like you can fit godzilla under it...
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