Discussion in 'General' started by 418, Sep 24, 2018.
And who went in the past year. Can't complain if you haven't bought a ticket.
you are absolutely correct.
I average 2 to 3 a year here...raced in 3the last 2 years... brought family and friends, a guy I work with has come to a couple and he is hooked... he doesn’t ride but loves coming.. I introduced him to JL#85 about 8 years ago at a track day and he has been a big fan since... I think if more people not only participated but did their service work and promoted and recruited fans that it could grow every year... the Excitement is there... the fans in person not so much...
Looks like Kyle is selling off R1 parts. Hmmm.
I suppose I could buy a ticket online or something, but there isn’t a race within a 12 hour drive of me so I’m kind of fooked on actually attending one.
Road America is 'only' 8hrs away!
I was thinking 10. You must drive faster than me!
That seems like it would be a good one to go to.
Deff go to RdAmerica...great track...Do they still allow scooters? It was the best way to get around last time I was there.
If you guys decide to go to road america let me know. Our group is a pretty fun one to party and camp with. Basically we are big drunken scooter gang. LOL
Anything new on who is racing what? The Us haven't said much lately.
The ticket to buy is COTA IMO, GP and MA combined! I’ll be there in April.
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Yes. We have found renting the golf carts to be a better way around. More access to everything and you can put a cooler on the back.
True. I've actually iced down a 12 pak in my scooter bin. Leaks a little bit if you don't after it.
Y'all are slipping... big news for the Twins Class today...
Good on the Ulrichs to see the potential of the Twins Class as a viable option for young road racers to progress.
And just like that there is a new favorite for the Twins championship. Qualifying cutoff may have just gotten a bit tougher to meet as well.
We've been in favor of kids riding SVs or other 650s (like Elena Myers on a Kawasaki Twin) before moving up from RS125s/Moriwaki 250s/etc to 600s from the start. This is nothing new. It's common sense.
He went pretty quick in a test at Chuckwalla with a stock engine...
That all depends on how far ya jump it!
Common sense is not always common, or at times viable to execute
Which is awesome and in today's economy will allow those who embrace it a better chance to showcase and grow skills. Just hoping it catches on, exponentially.
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