How did that Stingray hold up?
very well, it was brand new still had paper tags on it. so I am sure the driver was trying to get used to the car.How did that Stingray hold up?
I did the beginner one to get used to the track and my car, I don't and can't Drive like that on the street so I need to learn how my car handlesAwesome experience for you, great to hear.
I can't wait to get mine out on the track.
I wouldn't do it though if I couldn't pass other cars though.
I need to sort out how I'm going to transport my car to & from the track first.
Also I want to pick a trackday that has the least amount of cars out on the track at once to minimize the damage to my clear bra & windshield.
Q: what (if any) damage/wear did you incur from the cars in front of you?
WOW, that Airbagged Trailer is sooooooloooowww! that looks perfect for our carThis is my favorite one ..
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Since this was a Beginners event I did not feel the need to go all out and do that, but the Next event I will be.When you went, did you set up the car (air pressure, alignment) street stock or follow the ford racing guide in the owners manual?
I know right.. unfortunately it's $12,000 bucksWOW, that Airbagged Trailer is sooooooloooowww! that looks perfect for our car
And that's for the base model, not for the one in the advertisement. Check out airbaggedtrailers.com.I know right.. unfortunately it's $12,000 bucks
totally true, I found this out a week ago, and that was a slow speed event, I can't even imagine what this car can do all out...My mantra is take it to the track. As great as the 350 is cruising or on the commute, it comes alive at the track.