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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-12-2003, 04:14 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone know the drag racing shedule at the monroe fairgrounds? or how to get the drag racing rules?


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Unless there has been a change that I don't know about they don't do any drag racing at Monroe. Its just a oval track. You need to either get in touch with Pacific Raceways (Formerly SIR) in Kent or the Bremerton Raceway. The earliest eitjer one of them would start would be March or April. They usually wait till the weather is decent before they open.
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I will try and get the schedule sometime this week. I heard it is out now. It starts in April. I heard that this years dates are going to be a mix of Friday nights and Sundays. Should be a lot of fun.

Vince, they have been doing the 1/8 mile drags there for a couple of years now. It's fun, and can be dangerous depending on how fast a car you have. They use the front stretch as the "strip". The starting line starts at turn 1 and you head towards turn 4.

The guys there are great and the atmosphere is quite loose amongst us. I'm looking forward to the season.

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