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Old 10-14-2006, 09:02 PM
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Hi all,

I moved to Everett a year and half ago. I use to race a lot when I lived in SoCal. Recently I started having some extra time on hand again, and is thinking about racing. Just wondering if there are any tracks close to everett?

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You have Peel-it raceway in Marysville. They feature both an on-road and an off-road indoor track.
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Old 10-15-2006, 03:31 PM
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Rain City in Lynnwood. Peelit in Marysville. Both offer carpet racing, peelit also has an indoor offraod track as well. SIR in renton has indoor asphalt racing.

Hope to see you around racing soon.
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SIR in Kent/Renton is the local track for TCS, also the track configuratioin is based off of Tamiya's track, including the Kink.

www.seattleindoorraceway.com

We run a semi TCS program, in that we run open GT3 (any chassis, with Silver Can's) GT2 Stock 27t, GT1 19t. Large stock of Tamiya Parts and TRF Hop-Ups, along with X-Ray, and many of the other Top brands.
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SIR sounds mad fun.... I miss Tamiya Track....

Can't believe that there are so many tracks around here. When I was in so-Cal, I had to drive to huntington beach (that's an hour and half drive for me) for some indoor racing, most of time is outdoor racing.

I guess i moved to a place that feeds my hobbies...
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Originally Posted by TRF-Powered
SIR sounds mad fun.... I miss Tamiya Track....

Can't believe that there are so many tracks around here. When I was in so-Cal, I had to drive to huntington beach (that's an hour and half drive for me) for some indoor racing, most of time is outdoor racing.

I guess i moved to a place that feeds my hobbies...
TRF if you are still a Tamiya fan, SIR has probably the one of best Tamiya stock on hand anywhere in the states.
Come on down on a Wednesday, a Friday, or a Sunday and check out our races. We have many TRF415MSX MRE's that race, there are a few TCS champs that race here regularly.
Our classes are loosely based off of the TCS series.

For you it would be a little bit of a drive, but I think it is worth it.
There are also a couple of guys the make the trip down from Everett regularly, maybe a carpool option.
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Hey check out our website at www.norarcoval.com
We have indoor carpet oval in the winter and outdoor clay oval and off road in the summer.
Big two day race on Oct. 28,29th
any questions give me a call.
360-421-6992
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Originally Posted by tamiyarcracer
TRF if you are still a Tamiya fan, SIR has probably the one of best Tamiya stock on hand anywhere in the states.
Come on down on a Wednesday, a Friday, or a Sunday and check out our races. We have many TRF415MSX MRE's that race, there are a few TCS champs that race here regularly.
Our classes are loosely based off of the TCS series.

For you it would be a little bit of a drive, but I think it is worth it.
There are also a couple of guys the make the trip down from Everett regularly, maybe a carpool option.
I'm a Tamiya fan since I was a baby, and still is!

In college I would starve myself just so I can buy the TRF line of cars.....

I can't believe I missed the release of TRF415MSE though.

I still got my TRF414WCR though.

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If you are ever interested in carpooling, let me know. I head that way from Burlington, usually on Sundays, and possibly a Wed or Fri night here and there.
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Originally Posted by TRF-Powered
I'm a Tamiya fan since I was a baby, and still is!

In college I would starve myself just so I can buy the TRF line of cars.....

I can't believe I missed the release of TRF415MSE though.

I still got my TRF414WCR though.

can still get you an M.R.E. if you still want one
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Hey TRF, Huge two day carpet race this weekend at Rian City, that kicks off the indoor carpet season for the Northwest point series. Come by and check it out. Most of the top racers from region 11, and Canada area tracks will be represented, at this event. You'll be able to talk to represenitives from the various tracks about what classes they offer and the level of competition and turnout they have, etc.
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I'm assuming that all the tracks provide power? or do I need to bring my own generator?

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by TRF-Powered
I'm assuming that all the tracks provide power? or do I need to bring my own generator?

Thanks!
yes, all of the indoor tracks do.
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