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01-31-2004 06:02 PM
crazy_urn anyone can drive in a straight line. but i do agree, its a cheap thrill, if you have a strip nearby.

just my .02
01-31-2004 01:02 PM
viney266 In rural deer hunter scary atco...thats good man! I actually laughed out loud at my computer on that one.
01-31-2004 05:24 AM
focaltech Old bridge township raceway park in beautiful englishtown NJ and Atco raceway in rural the deer hunter scary NJ.
01-30-2004 12:39 PM
Chick
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Originally posted by focaltech
Yea I keep forgetting, since I have 2 big famous tracks both 35 minutes away.
See, lucky you. Which ones are those?
01-30-2004 01:19 AM
focaltech
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Originally posted by ZX3_Chick
Yeah, if you have a track close to you.
Yea I keep forgetting, since I have 2 big famous tracks both 35 minutes away.
01-29-2004 12:54 PM
Chick
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Originally posted by focaltech
Drag racing is the ultimate in cheap vehicular excitement.

Going to a track is cheap, you can take any vehicle you want and you can go as often as you want. Can't do that with road racing or auto-crossing.
Yeah, if you have a track close to you.
01-29-2004 12:41 AM
Infra3sv I saw Doug Foley on TV talking about his school. You learn how to race a funny car. It would be fun while its going on but not afterwards when you get into the Focus.
01-28-2004 10:03 PM
focaltech Drag racing is the ultimate in cheap vehicular excitement.

Going to a track is cheap, you can take any vehicle you want and you can go as often as you want. Can't do that with road racing or auto-crossing.
01-28-2004 01:59 PM
00focus looks interesting... if u like drag!!
01-28-2004 01:57 PM
Chick Cool. I need to take a drag racing class cause I don't know how to do it :)
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