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two track weekends in a row !!

I just got back from a NASA weekend at La Junta....lots to report, but too tired. I'll post a write up with photos very soon (like tomorrow probably). I also got in 80 - 85 laps at Arroyo Seco Raceway last Sat during their time attack weekend. At ASR it was nice to see some other WRXs out, but this weekend I was the only one....what's up with that !! Good night
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wow, I wish I had the tracks available to me, I look forward to reading your posts,

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They're not that "available". I travel anywhere from 200-600 miles to get to the tracks. worth the travel time though
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do you drive your car 200-600 miles and then track it? I would be too afraid that my car would break, and i would have to tow it 500 miles.

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Yep, I drive it to the track. I carry spares for the stuff I'm most likely to break, rotors, pads endlinks etc. And carry a decent supply of stuff (tape, chewing gum and fishing line) should I have to kludg something together to get home, like my IC hose last year.

I tend to break stuff about every 3rd or 4th weekend out. This weekend it kind of piled up on me, but getting home wasn't an issue, just stopping when I got there !! More fried brakes, which I planned for, as I was on old rotors and street pads. My new race pads didn't arrive on time. I'll get into details when I do my write-up.

When I grow up, I hope to have a credit card with a high enough limit to pay for a tow, should I ever actually need one !Laugh!
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