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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-16-2010, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone going to Fontana July 18th?

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I'll be there with a friend! Hope to bump into you!

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Hey how is Fontana anyway? I've watched AMA there, it looked pretty crappy to me. I'm not into these Nascrap tracks with flat infields they call roadcourses.
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It's completely flat except for the front straight where you are on the nascrap track for about a 1/4 mile or so. No banked turns or anything like that. It's a fun track, the surface is really good, and a good course layout. Being able to use the garages is awesome! Theres' no elevation changes like on Willow or Chuckwalla but it's still fun and challenging. They are working on getting some air barriers for some of the walls which is nice, there's plenty of runoff in most areas though. Highly recommend, even with the higher cost of the track, it's only 2 hours from San Diego too!

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