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    Roebling Road March 11-13

    The WKA/SKC Roebling Road National is 2 weeks out! Get those entry forms in for the last of the early entry discounts.
    On Friday the 11th we will have a full day of practice, with the WKA awards banquet that night at the Bloomingdale Community center.
    Saturday & Sunday will be two full days of racing and what looks to be another great weekend at Roebling!
    See you at the track!!

    #62193

    Mike Peters
    Participant

    Looks like rain in the forecast.

    #62463

    Mike Peters
    Participant

    Looks like fantastic weather now. hoorah

     

    #62624

    Jeff Metter
    Participant

    Cannot wait to be there..yes weather will be great,  get to see old friends ,race for the first time this year and i get to run my Honda CR250 for the first time..had to get rid of the gasgas so i could run unlimited 😉  … See you all at the track !!

    #62780

    Mike Peters
    Participant

    Great Job guys. Had a blast. Can’t wait for October.

    #62793

    Clark Gaynor Sr.
    Participant

    I understand a few of the races ran in the rain?  How did that go for everyone?

    Clark Gaynor Sr.

    #62865

    Mike Peters
    Participant
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    On Sunday two classes ran in the damp. One race was red flagged due to a down pour cutting the race about 2 laps short. Once the down pour was over the next class which was laydowns were given the op. to go out on slicks, rains, or not run. Out of about 12-15 karts only one person chose to run on rain tires. I am not sure how long they lasted but the kart finished the race. There was only one person who spun and wasn’t able to continue and that was due to them spinning on outside of the track.

    The last race of the day was 4 cycles mostly and all of them where given the same op. since there were still some puddles in the corners. None of those drivers chose to run on rain tires, and at the end of the race the track was   completely in the racing line.

    #62884

    Clark Gaynor Sr.
    Participant

    Thanks folks, I’m just curious what everyone thinks of running in the rain.

    Thanks again for your input,

    Clark Gaynor Sr.

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