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Old 08-04-2015, 08:47 AM
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Originally Posted by SRW141
This track is awesome. I want to come back and race my 1/8 scale. Can't race on sundays. I will be out if you have a Saturday race. There isn't any tracks in our region that races on Saturday's. I guess I will continue driving 2 to 3 hours every Saturday to race.
The track is definitely awesome and lots of fun! It's in a great geo location and it's always a fun atmosphere. I know that the owners are just getting started as far as schedules and planning. I think once they really get established they will host big races on Saturdays. Maybe they will even do big 2 day races! There are plenty of nice restaurants and hotels down the street so it would be a great location for big race events! Once they get the roof over the track the sky's the limit! For now I just will keep running my car when I can there to support them as much as possible. Lots of potential in big plans on the horizon!
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This is great news, a new track in VA
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Old 08-04-2015, 09:02 AM
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We are definitely just getting started. We will be developing a race program that will hit both Saturday and Sundays. Our goal this year is to get experience hosting races and delivering a good experience. I want racers to know we are just in the beginning stages. The hope is, that we start a construction project in the fall that will bring to life, a vision that Adrenaline RC will be a racers destination. 2016 will be year we vet out a full fledged race program. We will post often as the construction proceeds.

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Awesome man what class are you running??
Nitro Buggy!
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With this different scoring system, Mylaps transponders work right? I have Hybrid PT's.
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Old 08-04-2015, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by GrandeGixxer
With this different scoring system, Mylaps transponders work right? I have Hybrid PT's.
Yes your my laps transponder will work perfect! I only run nitro buggy! See you there!
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Old 08-04-2015, 11:25 AM
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i will run ebuggy for sure and will run nitro as long as its not as dusty as this past weekend, some dirt got past the outer air filter. i plan on putting my spare motor in the buggy to run there so i don't ruin my new modified motor.
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Hoping to make it down before the weather gets too cold and ugly but I work most saturdays so I guess 1/8 e-buggy it is. What tires are looking like the go-to??
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I ran catapults and gridiron 2's in medium compound but judging from the wear i saw (as in none) for the whole day i could have gotten away with using soft compound
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I think I have some Gridiron II's. I am pretty sure there was a set in the ton of tires I got from Dwayne when he shut down. Yep, that was me.
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Yes traction is amazing at this track as long as there is no dust. They have a big water tanker they use to keep it watered. As far as tires, I have uses various Aka impacts, gridirons, jc hybrids, and some proline stuff as well. Small pin soft compound seem to do well. I ran medium compound gridirons on sunday when it was hot and they worked great! Super soft tend to wear a little quicker (obviously) I think everyone will enjoy the traction if they have either soft or medium small pins. Also, the hobby shop has a huge selection of tires from all the major brands at a great price. If you dont have it, Adrenaline will!
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If anyone is interested in a Nitro buggy, My backup car is for sale. PM for details.
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Originally Posted by mxnickj
Hoping to make it down before the weather gets too cold and ugly but I work most saturdays so I guess 1/8 e-buggy it is. What tires are looking like the go-to??
Hopefully by this fall/winter the track will have a roof structure over it and us racers can continue to race 1/8 scale indoors! Fingers Crossed people!!
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Originally Posted by Tektronix
Hopefully by this fall/winter the track will have a roof structure over it and us racers can continue to race 1/8 scale indoors! Fingers Crossed people!!
the roof will be awesome for the track, when they put water down the clay will hold it nicely without the sun baking it. just water twice during the week to keep it from cracking up and the night before a race and i wouldn't be surprized to see cars pulling wheelies.
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our outdoor track is under a parking deck.....it gets quite dusty since it doesnt get any rain or snow on it.......

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