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Old 10-09-2012, 10:41 AM   #1
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Texas World Front Straight Length

Does anyone know what it is? Let's say on to the banking from turn 15, to off the banking on to turn 1. Or can direct me to a good diagram with dimensions of the track -- I can't find one anywhere.

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Go to the TWS (Texas World Speedway) website and take a look. But, if you want a section by section breakdown I don't believe I has ever seen on even since the "80's".

Front straight I'll say every bit of a half mile (plus) from #15 to well into turn one when you SHOULD finally chop the Gas and tug on a gear or two.
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