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Old 06-12-2006, 01:17 AM   #11
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I was there on Saturday till I busted my buggy. It is an amazing track and I had a great time. Everyone there was really helpful! Can't wait to go back. Next time I will wear a hat
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Old 06-12-2006, 04:17 AM   #12
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i guess all the bashers r happy with there free spots and like having ppl there to watch them . like i said b4 this place is to expencive . but good luck
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Old 06-12-2006, 05:36 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by FIREFOX
I went on Saturday, not many ppl there, prlly only like 9 all day...too bad, the track is very good. Funny how everyone wants a track in the GTA area but not many ppl are going. I'm not talking racers, cuz we know where those guys are, I'm talking about the bashers, there are lots of bashers out there, I've seen them at the Hobby Home Bashes, I guess running on concrete and launching your r/c's of ramps is more fun to them, than running on actual dirt with sick jumps, crazy straights, a power supply for charging batts, a washroom, an air compressor and a very well built driver's stand.

Oh well, to each's own.

Hope to see more peeps out next time.

i agree 100% with firefox,its seams some people would perfer to beat there stuff up on the pavement and spend money to fixit all the time,rather than spend money at a Track, where if they went would have a lot more fun.i very seldom take my offroad stuff on pavement,thats y they make onroad cars.
i havent gone yet to support the track,i have just been to busy but i will get up soon,i wish it were closer i would go all the time.i spend a lot of time at our track at Crows Sports.
So come on guys go support the track and so it will cost u a little money it will probley still be cheaper than smashing stuff on the pavenemt,with no point to it other than breaking stuff

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there would be more tracks if people supported them,it would cost more to go to a movie for 2 hours than to run the track ALL DAY
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Old 06-12-2006, 04:24 PM   #14
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Ya it`s all good.... Most RCers now have $100 PT`s and will only run there stuff if that thing is being counted and they have organized racing to justify spending that money on there personal transponder otherwise they are not becoming a "better" racer by bashing.

A double edged sword ?

Myself, I can`t be bothered to bash, I want the print-out and the heats and mains and the fun that comes with that side of RC.

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Old 06-12-2006, 04:47 PM   #15
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It would have been great to come out, but im still waiting for my o.s.18 backinbg plate. Its been on back order for 3 weeks!!!! Anyone know of any place that has it in stock with the con rod spacer?
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