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Old 11-01-2012, 09:25 PM   #1
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Default Any interest in parking lot racing in Middle/South Jersey?


I live in NJ, minutes from the Betsy Ross and Tacony bridges, and have 12 IR transponders from I-Lap along with a timing bridge good for a track lane of 42". If you and a bunch of guys are interested in racing 1/10, 1/8, 1/18 cars/trucks in a vacated lot (indoors would be better), let me know, and maybe we can organize something.

I would charge each person a small fee ~ $10 per day (one weekend morning), hand out transponders in exchange for driver's licenses, and have several heats and mains per day on the weekend. I use a free software called Laps Free which will accommodate 12 cars/heat.

These transponders have a 3" female servo lead on them for attaching to an empty channel on your receiver. They must be mounted beneath a window so the bridge detectors will "see" the transponders. Sunlight will not interfere with the transponder detection, despite what people may have heard.

Unfortunately, I do not have any track-building material (rails, corners, etc).

Any interest?

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