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AMODS
2015.03.31, 03:51 PM
I noticed I'm a bit new to whole Mini-Z scene and I know from just looking over the links I have there seems to be a lot of dead links. Anyone interested in maybe providing me links and information on current clubs which hold racing on a regular basis, I would like to update my club page.

I ran across https://www f******k.com/WyomingMiniZ/timeline today and found it interesting, any help would be great.

Also looking for anyone interested in basically consulting on basically what is needed or lacking that I might be able to work on to give new life to the sport.

Thanks Again Donald AtomicMods

mini-cam
2015.04.01, 10:16 PM
PDXminiz.com in Portland, OR. We race on the first and third Monday nights of the month with the ocational special race on a weekend. Racing is FREE and the track location changes from time to time depending on the host.

https://www f******k com/pdxminiz (https://www f******kcom/pdxminiz?ref=ts&fref=ts)

http://pdxminiz.com (http://pdxminiz com)

AMODS
2015.04.01, 11:04 PM
Thanks Got you added, if you have a email that would be great so people could make contact direct.

arch2b
2015.04.02, 10:28 AM
Our club information should still be accurate fir Washington, D.C. GTG

Rob-00
2015.04.04, 01:10 PM
indoor carpet track in northwestern corner of Rhode Island. open Tuesday nights and Saturday morning from mid OCT to mid May. http://www.b-rsuperspeedway.mynetworksolutions.com/ Take a look e-mail using website for more info.

DMALMAD
2015.04.04, 05:05 PM
indoor carpet track in northwestern corner of Rhode Island. open Tuesday nights and Saturday morning from mid OCT to mid May. http://www.b-rsuperspeedway.mynetworksolutions.com/ Take a look e-mail using website for more info.

Do you guys force new racers to buy the cars through you? seems kind of pricey and my favorite part of mini-z racing has always been the modification and tuning side. Seems like it takes half the fun out of racing imo.

Rob-00
2015.04.05, 06:08 AM
yes it does take a little away from that but it keeps the price down. and the races are very very close. it comes down to driving and staying out of trouble. he price also includes the lap counter and there is no fee to race. You can go out and buy the car your self if that is what you want to do. Just needs to be the same setup. I have a list of what is in the cars. The f1 is a little high because of the chassis is carbon fiber for the front bumper and to hold the body. And also remember there has not been many parts broken even with the really close races and crashing. you get some money back when you sell the tires and body that come with the car.

AMODS
2015.04.08, 10:58 PM
Thanks for information, I have been out of town and have a medical procedure Thursday so will try to get all this info on this weekend.

Tammer
2015.04.23, 06:31 PM
Nice job on the site and amount of inventory. I wanted to let you know there is an error in one of your items. The mzn161 is not a Ferrari 458 body. It is actually the Audi r8. You have the right pic the title is just off.