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Old 02-04-2009, 11:36 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by dbuck View Post
Just a can you make such a conclusion when it is evident that you have never ridden the track before?

disclaimer: just an assumption based on what I read...please don't come hunt me down. For $100 Curt, you should come out and play on the 14th. This way you can determine for yourself if GSS is too small....and just because it takes work to be "fast" there is not sufficient reason to say anything bigger than a 600 is too big for GSS.
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Old 02-05-2009, 12:58 AM   #42
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wow, this thd is making my head spin.

GO to the next one that fits your schd and so on. Looks like there will be plenty. The instructors will show you the smooth line around MSRH during the 1st session so don't get worried about that.

I rode there for my only 2 track days and found the second time on a familiar track let me focus less on learning a new track and more on riding. So if TWS (Texas World Speedway) is the 1st opportunity your'll get then revist...otherwise pick up MSRH and GSS. Whichever comes first for you.
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I've been there in cars!!
my point is still valid Come out and play...
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