1/8 on-road racing in PA area?

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Old 09-04-2017, 08:09 PM
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Thinking of buying a nitro 1/8 on-road car if I could find a place to race it.
Is there any races in the Philadelphia area?
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New jersey we have Jackson where we race sometimes. It's small, but it's fun. There are a couple of people working on getting tracks set up either in New Jersey or Maryland. That's it for now. Toledo, oh is a long way but they have a really nice track there.
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Thanks for the response.
Maybe we can start a mid Atlantic club and race in some parking lots.
There was an organization that did that years ago.
I think it as SARTA or something like that.

Any suggestions on cars?
I was thinking of the serpent 977, any suggestions?
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I'm running the infinity. I like the car, but it might be up for sale soon since I'm thinking about going back to Mugen. My car only has 1 race on it so I haven't really dialed it in yet but it's pretty fast as is.
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