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Old 03-26-2013, 11:14 PM   #1
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MSR Cresson 3.1 Mile Track - DriversEdge

From last weekends Driver's Edge track days.

My final and best/fastest session. This was my Blue group trial run after being in Green the entire weekend.


Session 5 was solid as well but was in a slower run group (Green) so I was blazing through traffic alot.
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Looks FUN! It could be perspective, but your car didn't seem to be near its handling limits at any point in session 5. Other than maybe at the S turn
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Yea, you find at these events that you get faster with every session. Also I was still in the green group for session 5 which meant I was going easier as to not ram up the guy in front of me's butt.
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Looks FUN! It could be perspective, but your car didn't seem to be near its handling limits at any point in session 5. Other than maybe at the S turn
Using a personal car on a track is hard to push knowing you could destroy it lol
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Thats why you get track insurance

And going to a track with no cement walls is good too.
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That's cresson? my parents live on the ranch that literally shares a fence line with that track..
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Thats why you get track insurance

And going to a track with no cement walls is good too.
If you hit a softer wall at 100 you will still destroy the car hehe.

Track insurance is not going to make me go, "Ok. Now I can risk wrecking this".
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In 90% of the turns there are no walls at all, if you go offtrack you're in the grass and are fine. I dont care to convince you to track your car, its all up to personal comfort level and I can understand not wanting to.

gqsmash: Yep, there's a ton of huge ranches out there. Very scenic.
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In 90% of the turns there are no walls at all, if you go offtrack you're in the grass and are fine. I dont care to convince you to track your car, its all up to personal comfort level and I can understand not wanting to.

gqsmash: Yep, there's a ton of huge ranches out there. Very scenic.
That wasn't my point at all. It wasn't even concerning you specifically, I was addressing the comment someone made about you not really pushing the car, which I then stated most peole won't risk it.
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Hell yeah grew up there and I used to ride my dirt bike up to that fence line right by cresson cemetery! Isn't it expensive to run at that track?
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