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Brian Degulis
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Tricity is not really a kart track, it’s a better than nothing local option. Not knocking it, but with the other tracks in Florida, it would be a last resort type thing in my opinion. Anderson is difficult due to the zoning ordinances. They cannot have competition karts on Sundays. On Saturdays, the competition karts have to be off the track by 4 or 5. The once or twice a year a race does occur, they are so limited on time, it would be very difficult to be added to the schedule. Due to insurance and such, I think the only viable option would be if during a regular Saturday practice day if they would give you a 10-15 minute block of time here or there to run an “unofficial” practice and race.

 

Anderson is considering it. On a Saturday practice with the group and work in 2 heats then run a feature at 5. Marc did talk with them about it I’m not sure if he persued it or ever got an answer from them.

Tri city’s showtime track isn’t the greatest but it’s workable. The people running it are very easy to deal with and I’m sure would welcome it and really acomodate. They run a senior box stock on the big oval why not a shifter? It wouldn’t be very challenging but sometimes easy isn’t so bad.

I’m good with all FL tracks but Jacksonville and Monticello I can’t commit to because of the distance. It would depend on the timing.

 

Brian