Any track junkies here?

Dean

Well-known member
Horse? Track and field?

Or do you mean things like Sears point and Laguna Seca ;)
 

steven s

Well-known member
Horse? Track and field?

Or do you mean things like Sears point and Laguna Seca ;)
Didn't even think about different types of tracks.
Road Courses. I'd love to drive Laguna Seca someday. A friend offered his M3 to me if I get out there. :)
I'm in the southeast.
 

gnatster

Member
I had my wife's 2003 Cooper S out on the track. It was a ball. Point and shoot.
Yeah, loads of fun, especially on the more curvy tracks. Love to embarrass a P Car now and again.

Of course as MINI owners ya'll are members of MotoringAlliance.com too...
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
have had a go in my e39 M5 on the strip, don't remember the times...but it was more about watching my surroundings blur without endangering anyone else.
The have (or had at least) open days on the track and drag strip a couple hours from me in upstate new york.

Went the first time there years ago with my uncle who's company sponsored a drag bike. They used to have a kart track as well with a spray down section to give go karts a new fun twist on the track. That I remember.
There is nothing like seeing an 18 wheel rig with a turbine strapped to it and flames coming on out of the smoke stack as it takes off and does a wheelie.
 

Dereck

Active member
Hi

I used to do this.....



Until I discovered I was infact mortal

Then I took up this.....



Because it was perceived as safer :D

And finally liked doing this



Just because it was a totally hatstand thing to do.

Regards

Dereck
 

EQnoble

Well-known member
Hi



And finally liked doing this



Just because it was a totally hatstand thing to do.
Regards

Dereck
LMAO what is that actually called... I mean it's awesome just because it looks fun as .......well there is nothing to compare that to :)
It looks like "grand theft residence" at a trailer park. ;-)
So yeah what is that and how did you get into this....THIS is interesting.
 
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