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Old 01-10-2010, 05:09 PM
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This is 100% legal and also encouraged
Just trying to lighten the mood a little in here!
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Old 01-10-2010, 05:12 PM
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Where at? I know of Summit and Indy Slots but whats the other one?
R/Car aka Big Rug in Indy. Kevin has stated that they will follow the new USVTA rules. So that pretty well covers all the Indiana tracks that I know of that run VTA.
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Originally Posted by bigshow4u View Post
Where at? I know of Summit and Indy Slots but whats the other one?

------Smokefan got it
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Today was my first day not racing VTA since I first started racing a little over two months ago. Up until today I always raced VTA, 17.5, and stadium trucks. I always figured since I drive over two hours round trip each day to race (twice a week) I would race as many classes as possible.

I've got to say, cutting back to only two classes was nice, gave me time to work on my cars, let me relax a little between races, and is going to save me some money. Personally, I'm kind of glad that everything is going to change and I decided to drop the class. Thanks USVTA for helping me make my decision about which class to drop.
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Originally Posted by robk View Post
This is 100% legal and also encouraged
I might have to hunt down a Ken doll for the "gate" version of this!
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Originally Posted by robk View Post
This is 100% legal and also encouraged
Okay, while I'm all for the "spirit of VTA" feeling and everybody having fun and close door to door racing I really think that all drivers figures and their extremities should remain inside the vehicle. I mean lets be realistic here, Barbies legs would be lucky to last a heat race and who knows where they'd end up, maybe under a lid and in someones belts.
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Old 01-11-2010, 07:14 AM
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Originally Posted by smokefan View Post
R/Car aka Big Rug in Indy. Kevin has stated that they will follow the new USVTA rules. So that pretty well covers all the Indiana tracks that I know of that run VTA.
Never heard of them. of course i am just now getting into TC so thats probly why. Do they have a website?
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Originally Posted by bigshow4u View Post
Never heard of them. of course i am just now getting into TC so thats probly why. Do they have a website?
They do but it's not current with the indoor information, I don't know why... Here's a link to the thread on HT with info such as the Address and schedule



http://www.hobbytalk.com/bbs1/showthread.php?t=267340
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Oh ok. i knew about them but for some reason i didn't think of it.
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Originally Posted by hogmansp View Post
Just trying to lighten the mood a little in here!
....and that you did! I don't care who you are....that's funny right 'dere....

LMAO!!!!
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Rob does said driver figure have to be 3 dimensional??
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Rob does said driver figure have to be 3 dimensional??
Yes.
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good luck to all racing at the thrid leg of the Grandslam Race
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good luck to all racing at the thrid leg of the Grandslam Race

info please
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/racing-f...e-hobbies.html
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