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what they don't tell you is you have to stay behind the pace car, and go slow, or hang back and race up to it... I recall they don't allow passing, but some people will do it anyway since others will go slow and not let them go fast...
 

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Energizer said:
what they don't tell you is you have to stay behind the pace car, and go slow, or hang back and race up to it... I recall they don't allow passing, but some people will do it anyway since others will go slow and not let them go fast...

Max speed allowed is 75 MPH. I can go faster than that on the highway.:teethmast It is for a good cause though. I won't be able to go due to schedule conflict(anniversary). Maybe next year.
 

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I saw this on the Pocono track this past July. Pretty cool idea. They went opposite of the race direction, though. Maybe just to show NASCAR how to turn right? :lol:

Oh, and kudos to the Red Brawn Titan that ran the track to several of us Titan fans cheering him on! :thumbsup:
 

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Energizer said:
what they don't tell you is you have to stay behind the pace car, and go slow, or hang back and race up to it... I recall they don't allow passing, but some people will do it anyway since others will go slow and not let them go fast...
That is all true, but as stated, hang back and race up. Most people are pretty good about leaving a good distance. I can honestly say I've hit 105 out there in my Accord. As the night goes by, they seem to really let up and let people have fun...
 

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I was passenger in a friend's Sevens TA, and we went over 140MPH playing "catch up" several years ago... of course, he went that fast up 75 in thick traffic to taunt a ricer once... that was scary.
 
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