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ToddW Verified Driver Made Donation to Website
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Question for locals: Is Miller easy or hard on tire wear?
Looking forward to racing the the NASA National event in Sept. [thumbsup]
Thanks.

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It's easy on tires.

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quote:
Originally posted by Tyler Dahl:
It's easy on tires.

Thanks for the response Tyler.

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Easy on tires, but the possible heat can throw curve balls...

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Dave, best overall hotel to stay at? need some local knowledge

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There are a couple of hotels in Tooele but they seem to charge outrageous prices. There is a best western express that is pretty new and by some restaurants. $130+ a night.

But the best places to stay for the value are at any of the hotels around the salt lake airport. It has the highest density of rooms available at a variety of levels from a motel 6 to the Hilton and some extended stay suites. There are really to many to list so if you do a travel search for hotels in the salt lake area make sure you isolate them close to the airport. $50-200 a night.

The airport hotels are 20-25 minutes from the track and all highway/freeway travel. If you are looking to do anything outside of the races or have a meal that is not at a chain restaurant you'll be only 5 minutes out of downtown salt lake. Tooele shuts down pretty early and there aren't many dining options outside of the major chains (chilis, applebees, etc...)
There are a lot more options in Salt Lake and some good beer bars and clubs 5 minutes from the airport.

Hope that helps,
-Jon

   

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