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just how would i go about locating a track in my local area? i'm near philadelphia incase anyone is around the area and knows of one. thanks.
 

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Most say to rev it to 3 grand and feather the clutch. I've personally never revved it that high but that's what they say. The idea is to keep the rpms up by slipping the clutch. This way the car stays in it's usable power range. The only way to learn is to get into an empty parking lot and practice so have fun.
 

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shaneZx3 said:
Most say to rev it to 3 grand and feather the clutch. I've personally never revved it that high but that's what they say. The idea is to keep the rpms up by slipping the clutch. This way the car stays in it's usable power range. The only way to learn is to get into an empty parking lot and practice so have fun.
Did you even read this guys post? haha
 

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saleen what where u talking about?
 

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He was laughing at the second post.
 

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About the question.. I am not in PA. but I would search google. I bet some tracks would come up.
 

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tracks

is it drag or road course you are looking for.
 

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Sorry I typed that in the wrong window. Don't I feel like an a$$
 
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