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First track day is lined up...and paid for.

October 21st is when me and the 6 will be trackbound. I can't fu*kin wait! It's out here at a local track. Like 10 of us from a local forum are going too. Should be a nice day! I'm also taking a class, but the price is still the same. I can leave the class if I want to at anytime. Good deal. Thanks, Zort!
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Don't forget the Video Mount!!!

IT'S ALL OR NONE!

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Hey did you check out the vid link I sent ya???

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October 21st is when me and the 6 will be trackbound. I can't fu*kin wait! It's out here at a local track. Like 10 of us from a local forum are going too. Should be a nice day! I'm also taking a class, but the price is still the same. I can leave the class if I want to at anytime. Good deal. Thanks, Zort!
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Kick ass man! You will love it!!!! Try to get out close enough to your instructor that you can watch his lines (don't stare, but you know what I mean) , that is the best way to get to learn the track. Have some buddies take pics!

Check out the class too, you will learn lots of stuff. The first track day I did was Team chicago racing school, and the classes were pretty kick ass, and they didn't take up a whole lot of time.

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Check out the class too, you will learn lots of stuff. The first track day I did was Team chicago racing school, and the classes were pretty kick ass, and they didn't take up a whole lot of time.


Deff. take the classes they will seem slow at first, but after the first few sessions they usually let you ride within your limits....let me be the first to say "Welcome to the addition!!!!"
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Right on, D Expect to see vids & pics, ya know
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You're gonna have a frigging blast! (My 3rd track day is a week from Monday! ) What track are you visiting?
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We're going to Spring Mountain with TrackExperience. Their school is awesome, one instructor for every 3-4 riders, lots of 1 on 1 time. They make you feel right at home on the track, I can't say enough good things about Todd and his crew. Oh yea, good catered breakfast and lunch, and usually a massage therapist on hand as well.
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We're going to Spring Mountain with TrackExperience. Their school is awesome, one instructor for every 3-4 riders, lots of 1 on 1 time. They make you feel right at home on the track, I can't say enough good things about Todd and his crew. Oh yea, good catered breakfast and lunch, and usually a massage therapist on hand as well.
I was with them at Willow Springs last month. As far as the catering..... Todd & his staff are great!

Have fun, fellas. Rubber side down.
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We're going to Spring Mountain with TrackExperience.
Pahrump? That track looks tight and twisy, just like I like it. Click here for an onboard lap.
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Pahrump? That track looks tight and twisy, just like I like it. Click here for an onboard lap.
Thanks for the link, Shark. I've been wondering what Parump looks like. Rep to ya.
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Kick ass man! You will love it!!!! Try to get out close enough to your instructor that you can watch his lines (don't stare, but you know what I mean) , that is the best way to get to learn the track. Have some buddies take pics!

Check out the class too, you will learn lots of stuff. The first track day I did was Team chicago racing school, and the classes were pretty kick ass, and they didn't take up a whole lot of time.
Yeah, I'm gonna be doing the class. If it gets too slow, I can leave it. I doubt it will at first though. I'm just worried about some dude trying to pass on the inside.
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Pahrump? That track looks tight and twisy, just like I like it. Click here for an onboard lap.
Bad ass! Thanks, yo.
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Good track vid!
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