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Old 07-26-2010, 10:05 AM   #1
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Hey guys, we had a great turn out for all 1/8 scale and about 12 sc,2wd & 4wd class. The buggy classes was fast and clean, the truggy class was as usually, insane ! I noticed that the quals had differnt winner each time, so if there was a faster driver it was hard for them to be dominant mostly because the quals where 5 laps and each lap was sub 30 sec. don't get me wrong the track is a bit small but it is fast as crap and a lot of lead changes so if you are on your roof it is hard to make it back up cuz the shakes eat you up fast. Aug 7 is the next race. starts about 4pm and you get the boot about 10pm. Track is open all the time, snack barr, washroom, power. if you like tight racing, show up. Great invierment for new drivers, every body help out if there is a problem.
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Old 07-26-2010, 10:12 AM   #2
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Do they have a timming system and such running? also how tight is it for 1/8th scale truggies?
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Yes we do have a timing system, it is not AMB but it work just as good. I find that truggys run great on this track can be a little tight but makes you have to work for it! Personally I have a LOSI 8ight-t-e 2.0 and I find it the most fun on the track.
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