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Streets of Willows Track Day (LASAAC)

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  • Streets of Willows Track Day (LASAAC)

    There is another track day at Willow Springs coming up in April, organized by the Los Angeles Shelby Club (http://www.lasaac.org/ot_ap1st.htm).

    I enjoyed the last one (Brad U. and Michael B. were also there) and will try to go again. That is actually where I took the video (see gallery). It was a low cost (compared with some other events), low pressure and fun oriented weekend. The Streets of Willows track is GREAT for Sevens.

    Anybody else interested?

    Gert

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    I am, provided I'l be able to get the car out of the garage.

    I've built a ship in a bottle and so can't quite sail just yet.

    The demolition crew comes next week...
    Chris
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    A day you don't go a hundred is a day wasted

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    • #3
      Alternate solution

      Chris, how about a crew of four from the local gym and you carry it vertically through the door (e.g. dangling from a 4x4) :wink: Without wheels and roll bar it should be a piece of cake.

      O.K., I am not going to ask how you got in this situation. :?

      Gert

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      • #4
        Let's just say that the oil pan is a little lower than anticipated. About 1/2 an inch.

        I've gotta get it out though - I've a date w/ the referee one week from today. Yikes!
        Chris
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        A day you don't go a hundred is a day wasted

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        • #5
          Dr. Gert, OOoooppss :!: Sorry :!: I seem to have hijacked this thread to the Racing section. I've been off the site too long! Will we be seeing you @ the Streets again :?: 8)

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          • #6
            Highjack?

            Brad,

            that is O.K. when I posted that there was no racing category. Anyway, any means to get more people involved is fair.

            Gert

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