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Old 01-01-2006, 02:29 AM   #10
06STi
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Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: GT30R Cosie-Hybrid
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2006 Widebody
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Originally Posted by racerjon1
A couple more tips while I am thinking about it..

Might want to try slightly lower tire pressures,


Jon K

Wrong... You want to increase tire pressure. The alows the tire to use its water channels better to move water out.

Check with Laguna But you might get a rain out. They dont have very good water run off there.
We were warming up the track there one year before the bikes went out for testing. ... Someone on a damp cold track backed the avis car into a turn...
We dont warm the track up much after that !

http://www.tracquest.com/

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Rain is typically handled by the track itself, not by NCRC. Typical policy is that the track holds the event, rain or shine, unless there is an unsafe condition or damage at the track. If the event is cancelled due to rain, NCRC will refund whatever portion of the total costs we can recoup.
Sounds like you might come up without much of a refund. So push for track time.

Just remeber one thing. Your not in a race.You dont have a checkered flag at the end with some hot chick! In the rain the only winner is the guy who crosses the finish line at the end of the day!
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