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Steve Johnson Verified Driver
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I was thinking about a road trip for the drivers school/regional. Is anybody going to be there? Is it a fun track? Just looking for so info, tring to talk myself into it. Thanks!

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Stephen Johnson
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Been there a couple of times. Pretty small track in comparison to the NorCal tracks I currently run. It has got one really slow corner...you almost wanna go into first gear. I heard it is closing soon..anyone know when?

I personally would not travel very far to this specific track, but then maybe I am spoiled with Laguna/Sears Point/Thunderhill/Buttonwillow tracks. Anyway, just one data point for you. It is right near the Denver airport...in the middle of nowhere.

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Steve S
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Hi Steve; I've only raced there once since moving from Memphis, and liked it fine. The closest MiDiv comparison would be Hallett, but a little tighter and without as much elevation change. If you go to the Colorado region website, there's a link with a track map. There are also 2x regionals later in the year. To get there from KC, it's just west of DIA with motels just down the road.

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Steve,

I would think taht it would be worth the trip. The track is a ton of fun to drive, easy to learn but hard to master! There should be a large turn out of Miatas. I would be shocked to see a field of less than 25 to 30 cars.

Bill Hingston

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Bill Hingston
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What are you going to be doing Bill?

   

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