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Old 12-26-2006, 12:39 PM
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Bighurt, that track looks killer!!! Make me want to run off-road again
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Old 12-26-2006, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by bighurt98
Carolina RC in Easly, SC Races All classes and has a paved oval for 1/4 to 1/12 scale nitro and electric. It has a big off-road track and a on-road track that mainly run electric classes. Might be to far for you, but I drive 1 hr 30 mins to run on-road nitro at the Sugar bowl.

Other than Loganville, the Bowl, Rodslinger (other side of ATL) and Calhoun (which is farther than Easley for you), Easley has all the classes I believe you run.

www.carolinarc.com

Hope this helps!
You guys are still running electric TC outside?

I definitely want to schedule a road trip up there, but I think I'll wait for the warmer months. According to Google Maps, it's less than a 3 hr drive from my house, so that's not too bad.
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Old 12-27-2006, 02:59 PM
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I live 20 miles from the Easley track. When I drive to the bowl, it takes 1 1/2 hours. Interstate at 75 mph for most of the trip. Add another 25 minutes from my place to Easley. Approximately 2 hrs from the bowl!

D-Man, The new off-road track does look awesome. I was there when they were halfway through the changes, and wasn't expecting that type of track!
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Anyone have a forecast on electric onroad at the Sugarbowl in the Spring?
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Old 12-28-2006, 08:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Dane
Anyone have a forecast on electric onroad at the Sugarbowl in the Spring?
Hopefully we'll have the GA series again which brought a large electric draw each race. But that's up to Kumpol & Arun.
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As for offroad There is a new track opening in Rossville, Ga very soon. That is at exit 350 on I-75 by the way. Very easy to find and he will have at least 3 electric classes. Sportsman, which is any buggy truck or 4wd with stock motor and 1500mah battery. This is a very cool class for newbies and oldtimers, lots of fun. Stock electric, trucks and buggies together pretty much as ROAR races. 19T 4wd buggy...WOW! This is a ver cool class also. And maybe open mod is people want to race it. All else will be nitro and he is thinking about getting in on the series with Calhoun and T/A's in Cleveland, Tn. That would bring electrics to Calhoun with that. Check the forums at the battlefieldraceway.com site for latest info.
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Originally Posted by mxrich
As for offroad There is a new track opening in Rossville, Ga very soon. That is at exit 350 on I-75 by the way. Very easy to find and he will have at least 3 electric classes. Sportsman, which is any buggy truck or 4wd with stock motor and 1500mah battery. This is a very cool class for newbies and oldtimers, lots of fun. Stock electric, trucks and buggies together pretty much as ROAR races. 19T 4wd buggy...WOW! This is a ver cool class also. And maybe open mod is people want to race it. All else will be nitro and he is thinking about getting in on the series with Calhoun and T/A's in Cleveland, Tn. That would bring electrics to Calhoun with that. Check the forums the battlefieldraceway.com site for latest info.
1/8 scale too?
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:02 AM
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Yup. Lots of 1/8th stuff.
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