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Breeze
2007.12.11, 09:22 AM
Here are the most recent pics of the new track:

Breeze
2007.12.11, 09:24 AM
A few more:

pinoyboy
2007.12.11, 07:37 PM
that looks awesome. Whats the racing schedule for the next 3-4 weeks?

Breeze
2007.12.11, 10:10 PM
that looks awesome. Whats the racing schedule for the next 3-4 weeks? Racing is on Thursday Nights @ 7pm. There is usually people practicing or testing on Saturdays. The track is open for practice during normal business hours too.

hrdrvr
2007.12.12, 08:02 AM
WOW! I like it. I wish you were a little closer to me :rolleyes:

pinoyboy
2007.12.12, 08:09 AM
Racing is on Thursday Nights @ 7pm. There is usually people practicing or testing on Saturdays. The track is open for practice during normal business hours too.

Will that change any during the next few weeks for christmas?

Breeze
2007.12.12, 09:18 PM
Pinoyboy, I will ck on the schedule tomorrow night and post it.

We do have some talented drivers, and I say - if you can drive a mini Z well, then you can pretty much drive anything. Most of us have larger scale expierience, but some of the newer racers started out w/ the Mini-Z and are really impressive.

pick
2007.12.15, 02:22 PM
Pinoyboy, I don't believe we're racing on 12/20. However, you can still practice as long as the store is open. Racing will resume the Thursday after Christmas.

pinoyboy
2007.12.15, 05:58 PM
Pinoyboy, I don't believe we're racing on 12/20. However, you can still practice as long as the store is open. Racing will resume the Thursday after Christmas.

sounds good, I'll see if I can come on a race night :D

pinoyboy
2007.12.16, 09:31 AM
I checked mapquest, and high speed hobbies is 265 miles away. My car gets 25mpg or a little better on the hwy. My gas tank is about 10-11 gallons. So that would mean I would use almost one full tank of premium to get there and another full tank of premium to get home :p

Maybe I can borrow my bro's Yaris

pick
2007.12.16, 04:31 PM
Whatever it takes to get you there. I'd shoot for a thursday night. Racing starts @ 7p so get there early. It'll be well worth the trip. Great guys and competitive racing.

cosmicsoul
2007.12.17, 11:10 PM
Here are the most recent pics of the new track:
Hey there Breeze it is Jay I met you several weeks ago I am the short hispanic guy from Greensboro, hope to see guys after the holiday. Just wondering what kind of lap counting system you have and which transponders you are using. Some buddies and i are trying to get something going in Greensboro want to compatible with you guys. Any way I hope you have a wonderfull Christmass!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Breeze
2007.12.18, 11:06 AM
Hi Jay,
Unfortunately, we use about the most expensive timing and scoring system out there - AMB. Hope to see you soon!

cosmicsoul
2007.12.19, 08:51 PM
Hi Jay,
Unfortunately, we use about the most expensive timing and scoring system out there - AMB. Hope to see you soon!

I have searched around for pricing and have found none even the AMB site makes no indication as to how much the AMBrc sytem costs it only indicates transponder cost and some cable for the sytem. Where can I buy one if interested.

pinoyboy
2007.12.19, 09:20 PM
I looked around and this is what I found as for prices
http://www.bbksoftware.com/pricelists/amb-component-sales.htm#AMBrc%20Components

on the page, it says the decoder is 1,730 pounds. I put that in a currency converter and it came out to $3,455.31. Not sure if thats right though. I hope that helps out some :o