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05-14-2012 02:14 PM
Originally Posted by captcomputer View Post
Those with high horsepower have gone over 100.
Who you saying has high horsepower? Last trip out there we managed to push the pace car up to 100 for a little while. That nice two ZX3 draft helped.

Laps for Charity is something else I know my Dad will get a kick out of.
05-14-2012 12:21 PM
tukaniSVT I believe we signed up when we got there.

There was a registration table there.

05-14-2012 09:32 AM
SPRAYPAINT Where do we sign up? My son is only 4 but stands over 3 feet tall. I will try and get him to pass as an older kid.
05-11-2012 08:02 PM
captcomputer Unless the prices have changed its $30 for 3 laps and a Winners Circle photo for $10 more. The pace car goes 70+ miles per hour. If you stay tight as a group and don't swerve and drive like idiots then they will go slightly faster. Some have lagged back a little to get a run in the corner or off the corner. Those with high horsepower have gone over 100.

It is single file and there is no passing. They have very powerful trucks that will come escort you off the track and out the door.

Yes that is a bit of a price to drive 70, but the key word is Charity. Its not about you, its about the kids they are trying to raise money for.
You getting to drive on one of the nations most popular tracks is a bonus.
05-11-2012 07:05 PM
tukaniSVT If I remember, when we had 25-30 of us running on the track it was like 25 bucks each and 35 with a photo.

05-11-2012 06:44 PM
Texas Ghost well saying that, im going to bring 1 of my kids he has been begging me to bring him, and about the laps i might do that depending on the price,
05-11-2012 03:22 PM
tukaniSVT It's not costly at all if you have a crew of people.

And yes, they don't drive fast really, don't even need helmets. So, kids are alright. The first time we went as a group, a few of the members brought their kids.

There is a pace car that keeps everyone in check, if you go out of their rules, you get kicked off, simple.

05-11-2012 12:48 AM
Zab I wanna do laps for charity, but i wanna come back home early also lol
its not too expensive from what i remember, and its not too fast so kids in the car are ok from what i remember. Joe knows better tho lol
05-10-2012 10:03 PM
Texas Ghost well that sounds fun but prolly costly, so anyone that dont do that or lives in dallas area or dont go back to their home is more than welcome to waste gas and roll the streets (i mean of course yall are cuz i dont own them lol) with me.
05-10-2012 12:57 PM
SPRAYPAINT I am staying the night and this sounds fun. However, my son is only 4 years old and will not be able to ride on the track with me. Does anyone know how much this is? I did not see it on the link.
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