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Old 09-30-2009, 08:28 PM   #1
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started this thread in track locator and trying to get it more info so cross posting in select forums. its a growing google map of race tracks, please contribute yours.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/track-lo...ogle-maps.html
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started this thread in track locator and trying to get it more info so cross posting in select forums. its a growing google map of race tracks, please contribute yours.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/track-lo...ogle-maps.html
So the nw track list isn't good enough??
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So the nw track list isn't good enough??
Why would one place to advertise just be good enough? Believe it or not, when I asked at my track who is on RC Tech less than half raised their hands. Not everyone that races in our area knows about this forum which surprises me...
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non sense Ben, when i went to the Bay Area to visit my mom the first thing i did was go on rc tech NW forums and look for local tracks
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