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Old Dec 31, 2007, 01:49 AM
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Are you ready for the 2008 1/5 scale racing season at the 301 Raceway???

I can't wait until spring is back! I know we got a couple of more cold month, but I am preparing and getting everything ready. Attached you will see both my Formula 1 and GT 1/5 scale cars! I just finished putting the F1 together and I have even been to the 301 race track the last couple of weeks to brake in the engine. The race track is in Brandywine MD ans is open to the public 24/7 at no cost. Here is the link!
http://www.301raceway.com/
If you need help with 1/5 scale racing or are new to the hobby let me know and I can help you decide what to buy.
Thanks
LRR
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Old Jan 05, 2008, 06:01 PM
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do the disk break on the m3 work
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Old Jan 09, 2008, 03:35 PM
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Luis, keep me updated as to the schedule for 5th scale... It takes a little more planning for me to get down there than it does you...
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Old Apr 05, 2008, 04:37 PM
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Man, I didn't realise that 1/5 scale cars are raced in the USA too..
I 'm totally with you, I used to drive nitro powered rc cars up untill recently.
I was getting bored with them a litlle and decided to go big! I bought a Fg evo 04 which is fitted with some aftermarked goodies. Actually today I was supposed to ride my first race in the 1/5 scale class but a lot of rain ruined the day, I decided not to enter the race, I 'm not even sure anyone else did..

Hope for some better wheater soon, good luck with your season!!

greetings from a wet Holland.

Erwin
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Old Apr 05, 2008, 09:41 PM
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no where near as popular as it is in Europe. but its fast becomming a very popular class.
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Old Apr 09, 2008, 07:12 AM
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no where near as popular as it is in Europe. but its fast becomming a very popular class.

We have a lot of guys in my club who are watching us make 1 yank on the pull start, drive for 40 minutes and not have to take a screwdriver or heat gun out and they are making the switch....
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