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Old 07-11-2004, 07:31 PM   #1
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Where is the driver's stand located ??? Next to the straight or on the other side ??

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Looks huge....Should I pack my R12 Nitro Sedan....LOL

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I wonder how the traction is on the surface? I cant wait for the nats! leavin on tuesday mornin'! see yall there in stock A main babie!
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Mike: I raced on this track at Region 11 regionals and I think the black railing on the lower left of the fourth picture is the driver's stand. It was very tall.

Hudy: Traction should be good. At regionals they sprayed the track with VHT.

The track layout actually looks exactly the same as the regionals track setup.
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2Tenths.. Thanks man.. Now i see that ... HEHE.. I was worried it was on the straight.. Hate when tracks are like that...


How was the track for 1/12th scales???


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I actually didn't run 12th scale, sorry. Just 19T.
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thanks for the info. 2tenths
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Just wanna say Good Luck!! to all the people from San Antonio Texas and to all the people from Austin go get'em.
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Yes, the stand is opposite the straight. I measured the straight and it is about 90'.
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Is that the track we will be racing on? Because it looks really similar to the regionals layout. I have yet to find the changes in it.

PW - if it is the same track. Than there's no need for a nitro, it was pretty small.

Mike - From watching the 12th scales out there, it looked fine for them. They looked like they had plenty of traction as I didn't see them sliding around much. The vht they sprayed down helped alot.
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