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Thread: New Flat track at HVR (New York) the "Chupacabra"

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    New Flat track at HVR (New York) the "Chupacabra"

    We have completed the construction of our new flat track.
    Named the "Chupacabra"
    lap length is 125'
    A unigue design with esses like a black, sweeping uphill turn, two quik 180 turns, and a 15' wide sweeper on to the main staright.(track runs clockwise)

    HVRaceway.net
    845-838-5333
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  2. #2
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    THat looks really FUN!!! Enjoy the "Chupacabra"-- I'd love to put some laps on it!!

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    I see a trip to new york in my future. Looks like a lot of fun.

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    The "Chupacabra" looks great. "Chupacabra", being the Peurto Rican "Goat Sucker" legend, would completely drain the blood from its victims. I can see long periods of track time for the lucky drivers may feel a little "drained". Great name.

    I would like to see some shots of the build process and perhaps a couple more views.
    Have a Great Day
    Mark

    "Racing is life........Everything else,,,,,,,,,, is just waiting" Steve McQueen in Le Mans

    "There are only two things in this world that make me feel alive. Racing is one of them." Mark H

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    Breinigsville, PA
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    The track is awesome!! Jerry Herbert, Rob Giebel and myself took a trip up there the other Sat nite. We ended up running our Euro's the most. The track wasn't rubbered up and Jerry ran a mid 3.6 and I was running lower 3.8's. I will make more trips up there!!! Nice facility and the staff there was welcoming. Had that local track feel.
    Jon Madtes
    Penn/Jesery NASCAR Series
    Motors by Mic B
    TEAM BLACK TOWEL
    Fast Tracks Raceway
    USRA D-2 Supporter

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    Im with Topkat on this. I know a trip to NY is in my future lol maybe I can make it to HVR.
    James Grinstead

    TEAM KOFORD

    Why so serious?

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    Osage Beach, MO
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    NICE TRACK.. WISH I had that kinda room...

  8. #8
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    Canton
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    I like a flat track without a bridge. Makes the racing more interesting as the near inside lanes should be the fast way around. Takes a lot of discipline to mantian your own race on the slower lanes. It adds another dimension to developing your race craft and strategy for that track. Most HO tracks do not have a bridge and that is one of the things I like about HO racing.
    "Ever onward."

    Nelson Swanberg

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