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Old 04-24-2019, 06:37 AM
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A new indoor clay Offroad track and clay oval has opened.
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Old 04-24-2019, 07:19 AM
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WTH?

I'll have to check this out!
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Old 04-24-2019, 10:21 AM
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Where are the carpet? JK, congrats JW................................
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Looking good Dub. cant wait to get out there
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Looks great, haven't raced on clay in over 10 years and 1.5 hrs. away but so be it. If one had to guess to show up and just running open practice what clay tire would you pick for 2wd buggy and/or stadium truck. My clay tire selection is zero these days and would prefer not to have to buy a bunch. I know that is not easy and tends to change but with 3 hour round trip it would be nice to be able to show up and be close. Barcodes?
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I was there last Sunday for a practice day, nice track Cant wait to get there on a race day,
Cant wait for the dirt oval track to be put in , Id like to get some Dirt Oval VTA going, I think that Sundays may be dirt oval racing day
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Pro-line positrons seem to be the most consistent!
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Ready to run I assume is short course? Need clarification, any ready to run and can tires be changed or no? 40+ is simply age based an no other change from regular mod buggy?
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Ready to run I assume is short course? Need clarification, any ready to run and can tires be changed or no? 40+ is simply age based an no other change from regular mod buggy?
The RTR class is any Ready to Run vehicle, whether it be a 22SCT, Bandit, etc. Rookie class kind of splits the difference: more geared towards those with race kits and/or more driving experience. 40+ Mod 2WD follows the same rules as Mod 2WD, just has the age limit.
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Ready to run is out of box stock run the tires that come with kit
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Ready to run is out of box stock run the tires that come with kit
Best idea in a long time, now when you sell a kid a basic kit and the parents ask what do we need to race, you can say, "this". Not hit them with $1,000 of other stuff and unknowns. I'd promote the heck out of this class to get people hooked and drive revenue.
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https://leisurehours.liverc.com/results/ Now how best to promote the “rookie” or RTR class. Only had 3 drivers Saturday
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Best idea in a long time, now when you sell a kid a basic kit and the parents ask what do we need to race, you can say, "this". Not hit them with $1,000 of other stuff and unknowns. I'd promote the heck out of this class to get people hooked and drive revenue.
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