Given multiple things such as: track surface, staging lanes, parking, bathrooms, concession etc… Which track is your favorite you have ever been to? Feel free to list a few
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Galot, Norwalk, and Bristol in no particular order
There's only 2 things I care about when I travel to a race track, is the track surface and the pits/roads.
That said, the best facility I've ever been to is Route 66 with Zmax a close 2nd, then
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Route 66 was really good, no longer a bracket program and closed past 3 years except for one event. Galot is my favorite, wish it was closer and like that the DoorSlammer race has moved there this November.
PBIR/Moroso (now defunct I guess)
Pacific Raceway (Was called SIR when I was last there in 1983 - no idea if it is still nice)
Galot and Jackson for track surfaces and repeatability and the operators ... now if you want rough and discord the pitiful ones are around here lmaoThis message has been edited. Last edited by: 67TSCHEVY2,
I think Worldwide Technology Raceway near St Louis is my favorite track.Seems like I always do pretty good there.
And one year,I did poorly at the track,went to a casino,and hit $5,000 on a dollar slot.
Cordova Dragway now that it back in the hands of a racer/owner and with Dumpster Dan Driscoll doing track prep it is great good pit cafe lots of paving nice roads huge pit area new timing system concrete walls new track surface.This message has been edited. Last edited by: vetman,
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Norwalk, but the things I look for in a track is a reliable timing system and track surface/prep/retaining walls.
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My home track, Keystone, for all of the memories and family I've made there. I feel that way about every track, really. I enjoy each and every one I've been to for those reasons. If we're talking nicest, then it's Norwalk and Bristol. Norwalk gets the edge for the $1 ice cream.
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Bristol...BMP...Carolina...Galot is on my bucket list...
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Bristol has the nicest bathrooms and the pits are all paved.
My favorite tracks are the ones most of y'all won't go to.
For a poor guy like me without a motorhome, Topeka is really nice, paved pits, nice grass pits if it hasn't rained. Multiple hot showers and very clean restrooms. And the track surface is good. Only issue is its hotter than shyt in the summer when we race there.
For a smaller track, No Problem raceway Belle Rose La is pretty nice facility and I enjoy racing there, the owners have sunk a bunch of money into it. Also has hot showers for us poor folk. Air is always mineshaft early in the spring when we race there, track is descent, they just has it ground last year
Norwalk is exceptional.!! Top Shelf in every Way!
Speedworld in Phoenix, also called P.R.P (Phoenix Raceway Park) was always one of my favorites, (except when the Haboobs' come thru). Had nice facilities for a track out in the middle of nowhere. No track lighting, just light towers at the finish line, that track was the reason I hooked my headlights back up, cause it got dark past the finish line and couldnt see any of the three turnoffs. Bob Curly was the track operator and you definitely didnt want to get on his bad side, but he knew how to put on a good race.
I raced S/G at PRP back in the 90s, neat place
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