View Full Version : hardest flat track?

05-05-2006, 02:36 PM
in everyones opinion what is the hardest flat track
on american soil today? i mean a track hard
for even the racers of the track to get around on it.

just curious what everyones opinion is .

peace out
jason stone.:confused:

05-05-2006, 03:05 PM
I haven't raced on too many truely flat tracks, but Lou Pirro's track (I believe its an american black) is no walk in the park. I usually try to play a couple of hours of hoop with a bunch of midgets, followed up by 9 ball with a blind guy to build up my ego before a day of racing at his track. That way I only end up in the fetal position for a day or so after the races. To say his track is humbling, is kinda like calling King Kong a chimpanzee, just a small understatement.

05-05-2006, 06:58 PM
I think Lou's track is called a UK Black. GaryG.

09-09-2006, 12:35 PM
that pile they call the motherlode in vallejo. its hard but very useless. should be firewood by now.CUT THAT SUCKER UP. short flat tracks rule. oh what about the track they used for the worlds in sf a few years back? heard a lot of complaints on that one.

11-16-2006, 09:19 AM
Jason, did you ever race on Uncle Kal's corkscrew? Now there's a nasty little flat track! It's supposed to resurface at Sam Brown's new place, if that ever gets going. BTW, are you still racing at PCH?

Frank, the bespeckled longhair of Ojai:D