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 Posted: Jun-27-2012 09:17PM
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I'll be picking up the generators, trophies and plaques. Has someone arranged for the light stands?

 Posted: Jun-27-2012 08:31PM
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just a reminder somebody please bring a portable drill with a 7/16th nut driver to help put the track together...

 Posted: Jun-27-2012 06:24PM
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Slash and nitro onroad should be fun.

 Posted: Jun-27-2012 11:26AM
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Night Race = Tons of fun!

JPH just got GP legal Mini Premounts back in stock!



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 Posted: Jun-26-2012 12:48PM
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AAhhh, the clubs first night race. The second Saturday in July. A warm summers day, plenty of sauces layed down, and the aroma of nitro fumes in the air. With the sun sinking slowly in the west, THE FUN REALLY BEGINS. Thats right, racing under the lights. I'm ready for it, I've got my TC 6.1 back together, and my VTA is ready for it's lesson from David Ray, and oh yeah the featured class SLASH! for 8 minutes. That might be carnage waiting to happen. See you at Driven Raceway on Saturday July 7th around 11:00am.

Gordon.

 Posted: Jun-21-2012 08:53PM
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Hey Sporto! I'll be in Slash and VTA and my nephew is racing Novice so I'll be busy enough but thank you very much!

Can't wait to race...it's been two months!

 Posted: Jun-21-2012 09:27AM
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Gary O, are you racing on July 7? If so would you like to race my Mini? I'll be running 17.5 NR TC, VTA, and Slash that day, so it's available.

Gordon.

 Posted: Jun-15-2012 02:52PM
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DOUG... the 17.5 class always has 2 heats of racers, great close racing,what I see and hear the tc-6 touring 4 wd associated car is working very well, when I look at one of these they seem very well built. none ramping, blinkie whinkie I do`nt have a clue, but as for batteries I use them only for starter boxes and flash lights LOL..

 Posted: Jun-14-2012 03:19PM
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Sherman I think 17.5 nr is a very competitive class and there always seems to be enough cars for two mains.

 Posted: Jun-14-2012 08:13AM
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Burzum-17.5 Sedan had a giant turnout at the last race!


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 Posted: Jun-13-2012 08:31PM
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Sporto...Me and Smokey's Camaro will be there, ready to win....

 Posted: Jun-13-2012 07:43PM
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Sherman what class is competitive for on road?  4-8 cars wont cut it for me.  What cars are good?  I have been out for almost 4 years, and have no idea what is good especially in electric.

 Posted: Jun-13-2012 05:34PM
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Oh, Professor Ray, I'm ready for my lesson on VTA racing. I have my new body post and the body is mounted and it's already for my lesson.

Gordon.

 Posted: Jun-12-2012 03:52PM
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We have doubled up the hoses in those spots before and it seems to work great. We can do that and it not cost anything and maybe save a few cars.

 

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 Posted: Jun-12-2012 01:29PM
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I think it's a racing deal more than anything. I think that if you make the inside wall rigid then it may cause more problems that it solves. For instance, that indoor oval track in the valley used to use linoleum, or something similar, cleaned with Windex, or something similar, to define the oval's turns.

The idea was that it's slippery surface would keep cars from cutting the track. What it really did, in my many observations, was cause cars to push the envelope, spin and crash themselves and other cars with them. It would also do the same thing to drivers making honest mistakes.

One reason the GP has been successful and thrived for decades is that the race's are relaxed and not rigid. Having a rigid inside board would be another thing for people to hit, break, bounce of off to hit other cars, be pissed about, stopped racing over, etc.

From time to time and incredibly errant driver will go in and out of the infield causing a wreck, but I don't think that the frequency of that situation warrants an overhaul, and a cash outlay, of our track designs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Posted: Jun-12-2012 10:49AM
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We could double or triple up on the hoses where the straight and infeild are parallel. Gordon was also telling me that we could stuff foam into the hoses and turn it into a bumper. 

 Posted: Jun-11-2012 06:25PM
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hey there DOUG. the nitro sedans have only been about 4 to 8 entries, we have combined all the levals in the class...most of the racing is electric...hope to see ya at the track

 Posted: Jun-11-2012 03:22PM
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Road rails look interesting.....no curves, angles would probably work....cost wise, they're gonna be $1500 +/-....seems like a high cost to keep the couple cars a year from hitting each other. I've had the same situation during a race. I took it as one of those 'racin' deals'.

Any other opinions?

 Posted: Jun-08-2012 02:13PM
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How is the Nitro Sedan?  Where are you guys running now?

 Posted: Jun-08-2012 12:21PM
 Edited:  Jun-07-2012 11:00PM
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The roadrails system is AWESOME!

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