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Does anyone circuit race on this site or own a cobra r?
I've been considering going back into circuit racing and I'm thinking of making a mustang my race car. Closest circuit track to me is the corvette track in bowling green, KY. I'm around 5-6 hours away from road Atlanta; I do have some knowledge of that track (father used to race there).
Just wanted to see if anyone else is circuit racing on the site
Race car options: 95/94 cobra or possibly a fox.


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I don't think we have any Cobra R owners on here unfortunately. I've never done any real race events myself but I enjoy doing open lapping days. Haven't been able to make it out in over a year unfortunately, but I have a blast when I do go.

Personally I would probably go with a fox coupe if I was building a dedicated track car
 

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I thought about the fox but I'm kinda leaning towards the sn95, I've already built one for racing for a customer at the shop I work at. So I know what to modify on the car. I already have an irs from a cobra and the kit for the swap. I put a live axel in a terminator and part of the payment was the irs. The 5.0 will be easy to mod for racing. being a pushrod engine mods are close to limitless. That's why I chose a pushrod engine instead of a sohc or dohc plus weighs less. Basically, the gt40 kit, intake, cam are a starting point on the engine.


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Depending on how much tax season hurts me this year I may do a track day at Sonoma. $280 for 5 20 minute sessions.

Otherwise I'm mostly autocross for now.


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Depending on how much tax season hurts me this year I may do a track day at Sonoma. $280 for 5 20 minute sessions.

Otherwise I'm mostly autocross for now.


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Heard good things about Sonoma. Unfortunately I'm almost 3000 miles away, so I'm not coming anytime soon. Have you been to leguna seca?


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