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!!!Post pics of the worlds nicest tracks!!! OFF ROAD

Old 08-16-2007, 06:30 PM
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Just got in from the Farm today watching Drake, Maifield, Cavalieri and several of the top Pros with they're Truggies clear that very fast triple on the back straight a way that is at the top of my picture where the tractor is sitting.....Wow!!!!

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Old 08-16-2007, 06:42 PM
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Craps Is that the track you run the 20 min elec mains at?
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Old 08-16-2007, 07:45 PM
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that farm II track is huge lol
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Old 08-17-2007, 02:40 AM
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Craps Is that the track you run the 20 min elec mains at?
Yes, but we never have ran the full sized track like they are using for the Nats. It is really hard to see a 1/10th scales wheels on the back straight a way since I am racing in 1/10th scale gas truck there and it was real easy to slide my Electric Pro Truck in to get some quality practice time amoungst the gas ones. They never knew the difference except the TMs I had to blip the throttle to make sure they knew it was not a "flameout"!!!

Track is blue grooving up real nice with 178 entries for the race with over 100+ are those truggies. 31 1/10th scales and the rest are PMTs.

www.liverc.com has live internet video, audio and scoring for the race.
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Old 08-17-2007, 05:36 PM
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xxxntad2 racer its Hi performance hobbies in hutchinson Kansas and yes its an awsome track and don't forget it holds one of the best races in the Midwest the Fall Classic on Nov. 3,4,5.
I second on Enid raceway went there two weeks ago one of the nicest tracks around.
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Originally Posted by Craps View Post
Yes, but we never have ran the full sized track like they are using for the Nats. It is really hard to see a 1/10th scales wheels on the back straight a way since I am racing in 1/10th scale gas truck there and it was real easy to slide my Electric Pro Truck in to get some quality practice time amoungst the gas ones. They never knew the difference except the TMs I had to blip the throttle to make sure they knew it was not a "flameout"!!!

Track is blue grooving up real nice with 178 entries for the race with over 100+ are those truggies. 31 1/10th scales and the rest are PMTs.

www.liverc.com has live internet video, audio and scoring for the race.
That's a sweet track. Looks rough enough to make it interesting which I prefer with a truck.

If it was the full track you'd have no choice except 20 min just to get a few laps in.
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That's a sweet track. Looks rough enough to make it interesting which I prefer with a truck.

If it was the full track you'd have no choice except 20 min just to get a few laps in.
A fast 1/10th scale gas truck lap was around 49 seconds with the truggies around 43 seconds that the Pros were running.

Big fast track!

Can't wait to race on the big layout with the Electric Pro Truck next month at the ECNS race!
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A fast 1/10th scale gas truck lap was around 49 seconds with the truggies around 43 seconds that the Pros were running.

Big fast track!

Can't wait to race on the big layout with the Electric Pro Truck next month at the ECNS race!
That track alone make a visit to NC worth it. Someday I'll have to make the drive. Nothing I can think of here in CT that comes close.
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Originally Posted by Craps View Post
Just got in from the Farm today watching Drake, Maifield, Cavalieri and several of the top Pros with they're Truggies clear that very fast triple on the back straight a way that is at the top of my picture where the tractor is sitting.....Wow!!!!

I think some of the guys from our track are up there this week.?
Taylor James and Steve Hale. If you see them tell them Racer-X said hello.
They are 1/8th scale racers.
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/showpost...9&postcount=12

heres a couple of more from the owners.
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ah, night racing! Cool pics.
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Old 09-07-2007, 04:27 PM
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Smile just wondering

I am making a off-road coarse of my own and i was wondering what is the best / easiest way to make it. is it better to nake it a dirt coarse with wood jumps or is it better with dirt jumps. and what is good tool to compact the dirt so it is smooth
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Another of the CRCRC Midwest Champs track posted earlier.........

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Old 09-07-2007, 09:37 PM
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SS Circuit in Japan. 1/8th off road only track.



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Old 09-07-2007, 09:50 PM
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Yatabe Arena. The track layout has changed since these were taken.


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