Old 03-05-2010, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by jubilee View Post
Offroad lends itself to "bashing" much more readily than onroad, so the sales numbers will naturally be skewed. I've had the impression that in the average hobby shop "recreational" offroad rc kits and parts are the money makers.

Also, the onroad community is currently underserved facility-wise in our area. Why would the current participant numbers to offroad compare? Why would the shops carry kits and parts with no facilities to race them?

How would a temporary offroad track necessarily translate to a positive reception for a permanent onroad track?

Apples to oranges, IMO.

As Hangar 30 has proven thus far, "If you build it, they will come."
how much did it cost to build the hanger, and who did you ask for the money?
it is apples to oranges, there are way more apples out there then oranges, your post goes along with what i was saying, the city will say a track full of bashers and say, ok sure why not, it will be the bashers that show up everyday, not the racers. and to farther the point, our beloved SIR even tried selling off road kits




Originally Posted by jubilee View Post
Mike and Ritchie do make some good points.

However, I will not allow them to sway me from my selfish desire for a world class onroad facility!
nobody said "instead of".
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