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Old 09-16-2010, 01:43 PM
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CaseyP
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Plenty of good thought's and advice here for a first race night.....

Defiantly watch (mainly the fastest guys to see their lines etc) as much as possible with out sacrificing the precious track time that you will need. But don't just burn up fuel and beat up your car. Make sure you hit the track each time with you car in race form. Double check and re-adjust ride height, camber etc.

I have multiple engines with 1-2 gal+ plugs in them.
Hot plugs are more susceptible to blowing than colder ones and if you run your car out of fuel every time you run it plugs won't last very long. Sometimes the first time you run it out if you are under load and or wide open when you run out.

Confidence in your car and knowing your limits will make your first race a fun and enjoyable one.

Most importantly.....Have fun and try to keep it all in perspective.
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