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Guest Message by DevFuse

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Jay is RIGHT We NEED a track day!!East Coast Roadracing

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#1 moosens


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Posted 26 August 2003 - 08:55 PM

What the heck have we been waiting for???
Dag nabbit we need to form a club and reserve a day.

Any interest?Any other club racers out there with knowledge to share.Insurance??Track fees??

Personally I'd be happy with an autocross set up but a true road course would be sweet.

We'd likely need it to be a weekday unless Subaru wants to reserve the weekend for us.(laughing my burro off)

**OR Should we just maybe meet up at an autocross event and have fun there?***

I'm really not so crazy about straightlining my motor to toasty bits.

#2 gravelRX


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Posted 26 August 2003 - 11:15 PM

More likely to take over a good autocross locally. They run at a small airport near Roanoke, Va. once a year. Had my 86 Capri to 90+ on the longish straight. Much faster and hairier than your run of the mill autocross. Most of the autocrosses around here are technical, car control sorts of events. Not that that's a bad thing.
Will look into track time requirements at VIR and Summit.

Most of my time is spent on firebreaks and National park access roads in the wee hours of the AM. Bro in law recons with a two way radio. One way in, one way out. The wildlife is another story.


#3 moosens


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Posted 27 August 2003 - 09:32 AM

Up here we have Lime Rock for a road course.VIR would be great.I've seen the track in lots,I mean LOTS of pictures posted on the AMASuperbike.com website.Looks like a beautiful place and decent surface.

That airport autocross sounds really great too.You're right,around here it's usually a parking lot with tight turns and no open straights.

http://www.limerock.com/ Connecticut

http://www.summitpoint-raceway.com/ West Virginia

http://www.virclub.com/ Virginia

http://www.poconoraceway.com/ Pennsylvania

#4 Dennis ex24

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Posted 27 August 2003 - 01:39 PM

ive been talking to a guy name Rich who is a friend of EJs with a nice plot of land in WV who will most likely be organizing a weekend in the next year for a bunch of us to go for a romp on the dirt roads down there...ill make sure to bring it up to him when we see him at the Beaver Springs get together

jay are you working on going to the Pa gathering?

#5 WJM



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Posted 27 August 2003 - 10:16 PM


Hey..........mee too!!!!!!!!!

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