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I think you guys should go back for a track day! You'll have so many hoity toities pissed off!!

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I found the cure for that.
You should try running with a Viper club! Theyre the worst at that! So whats your cure?

I had a very different experience at the back. Probably cause of a few slow pokes in the middle that spaced things out Wish my gopro hadnt changed to photo mode just before i left. All i gor was one photo of the car in front of me in the parking lot. Sigh...
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I was thinking of buying a photo or two. Holy crap they're expensive.
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I was thinking of buying a photo or two. Holy crap they're expensive.


Save it for a track day when the suspension will be fully loaded!

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I was thinking of buying a photo or two. Holy crap they're expensive.
That's why I stole them all fair and square
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If ever there was a justification for the 50:50 rule, these photos are it! Brad, your car looks badass in post #33 last photo...
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Looks like you guys had a lot of fun! In WA their is only four of us with classics that go to track events. I feel your pain dobrostang! My car is set and ready to go, but my youngest son graduates from high school this spring and headed for college, which will make two in college next year. Just do not have the funds for track fees.
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Looks like you guys had a lot of fun! In WA their is only four of us with classics that go to track events. I feel your pain dobrostang! My car is set and ready to go, but my youngest son graduates from high school this spring and headed for college, which will make two in college next year. Just do not have the funds for track fees.
Track fees are usually just the beginning. I usually go through the car with a fine tooth comb changing oils etc. I do miss being single and haunting all the tracks (and night clubs for that matter); but I love being a father; I love being a father; I love being a father; I love...

;o) My first went to college this year, next is a junior in HS also have a freshman...
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Track fees are usually just the beginning. I usually go through the car with a fine tooth comb changing oils etc. I do miss being single and haunting all the tracks (and night clubs for that matter); but I love being a father; I love being a father; I love being a father; I love...

;o) My first went to college this year, next is a junior in HS also have a freshman...
Prep time and expense also add up! My helmet is now out of date so need to buy a new one. My car is all set and ready to go, installing Bilstein shocks this weekend. It is just killing me.
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If ever there was a justification for the 50:50 rule, these photos are it! Brad, your car looks badass in post #33 last photo...
I've actually considered buying that picture to have it with out the water mark on it
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My youngest is Graduating from Community Collage in May Then ? Job? Transfer to different school ?

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