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Old 07-02-2008, 08:28 AM   #1456
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l packs. Talk about an even playing field!
You did well Dave, this past Sunday.

FWIW, Mr. AreCee, next weekend, you will eat my dust!
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Old 07-02-2008, 08:49 AM   #1457
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You did well Dave, this past Sunday.

FWIW, Mr. AreCee, next weekend, you will eat my dust!
Cough, cough. I can feel it now!
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Old 07-02-2008, 02:16 PM   #1458
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Any tracks within 4 hours of Indianapolis racing this weekend? I'd consider racing south of Chicago, but really don't want to fight 4th of July traffic to drive through the city.
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Old 07-02-2008, 02:46 PM   #1459
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Strictly RC which is right by O'Hare. It might be more north than you want to go, but it is very close to 294, which avoids the heart of the city.
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Is Strictly R/C racing outdoors on asphalt/concrete?
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Old 07-02-2008, 03:15 PM   #1461
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Outdoor asphalt racing, approx. 110 x 50
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Old 07-02-2008, 03:18 PM   #1462
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I am the driver of the blue Mustang, which is totally legal by the way. After reading all of this I wouldn't mind gearing down or adding weight to make it a more level field.
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I am the driver of the blue Mustang, which is totally legal by the way. After reading all of this I wouldn't mind gearing down or adding weight to make it a more level field.
dont worry i am taking the first place trophy at the top gun race
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dont worry i am taking the first place trophy at the top gun race
nope I am



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Let the poo flinging begin!
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I love the concept of this class! I am a big fan of the return to scale racing and this is a great place to start. Unfortunately, you all are about 2000 miles from me. Does anyone know if there is interest for this kind of racing in Southern California? I have an old TC3 that is begging to be built for this class.
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Go ahead and build it! Best way to promote the class is to take it with you to the track.
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I am the driver of the blue Mustang, which is totally legal by the way. After reading all of this I wouldn't mind gearing down or adding weight to make it a more level field.
I was joking about teching your TA.

Don't make yourself slower!

My opinion:

Help your fellow racers at your track to make their cars go faster. I could be wrong but in the video it looks like besides driver skill some of the other cars might just need to change their FDR to get them to be faster.......

I'm sure it would be way cooler if you got the others cars to go as fast as you then let them try to keep up with you.
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I love the concept of this class! I am a big fan of the return to scale racing and this is a great place to start. Unfortunately, you all are about 2000 miles from me. Does anyone know if there is interest for this kind of racing in Southern California? I have an old TC3 that is begging to be built for this class.
Me too. I'm in the Palmdale area.
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