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Old 04-11-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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First time going this Sunday and tips would be great
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:13 PM   #2
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walk the course every chance you get...watch others and how they enter the apex's...and ask lots of questions. there are no dumb questions when asking seasoned people there

and above all else have fun
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Ask someone if you can ride along with them so you can get to learn the track. You will be surprised at how nice people will be by letting you ride with them.
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Thanks guys and my gfs dad and bro are racing too so they said they will help
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First time don't feel like you have to punch it and get a great time. You're tires will be cold and not as grippy as the later runs you do. Take you're time on the first run, get a feel for the course were you would need breaking and were you would need to let off. Have fun!
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First time don't feel like you have to punch it and get a great time. You're tires will be cold and not as grippy as the later runs you do. Take you're time on the first run, get a feel for the course were you would need breaking and were you would need to let off. Have fun!
Thanks man I'm bringing the go pro so ill have a video that night
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Good! You can check out my videos as well of the auto x
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Good! You can check out my videos as well of the auto x
You got a link man?
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There you go
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Slower is often faster. Each car has different strengths.
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Well guys just got done my first lap a ran a 111.xxx last lap of the day ( we only did 5 ) I did in the 85 or 86.xxx
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