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FREDDY SANDOVAL
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Hey, Guys

The track Bryan is referring to is an extremely tight, difficult, sprint track, with almost no room for relaxation, and the only straight away is not really straight

And to top it off there are a couple of very aggressive left handed corners followed by a big double sweeper, with some elevation and a hairpin that comes down the hill just like the Cork Screw ( very technical track )

I’ve had the pleasure of driving our shifter karts there in the past, and I tell you, what a work out it is.

We currently run there in a different class now, and if I can get 4 races out of a new tire set, I’d be very lucky ( MASSIVE TIRE WEAR ) Even if you had the perfect kart set up.

So, if some of you are getting 7 races per set, then that’s awesome! As I know it can get very expensive.

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