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Old 02-11-2008, 01:39 PM   #1
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Default Minimum size for track?

We are looking for a place to hold races here in town. While we'd love to have a huge track like some of the ones we've seen, that's not going to happen. Ours will have to be smaller. What is the minimum length and lane width that we should go for? I realize ROAR has specs on tracks, but we aren't going to hold sanctioned races or anything like that. Right now, there are no on-road tracks within a few hours of us, so not a lot of racers yet. This will be just for club racing. We want to run primarily electric 1/10.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated...
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