PPKRC Race # 3 New Track Configuration

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    Roger Miller

    :~ Yes, we have a new infield Track configuration!!!! We have lengthen the track using Turns 3&4, thats right PPIR Turns 3 & 4. The track is now almost a mile long with 6 hair pin turns, lots of straights, and great passing zones. Come on down this weekend, the weather is forescasted to be in the upper 80’s, We have a full food vendor that will have breakfest, lunch and dinner Saturday and Sunday. Remember to bring fuel, we’ll have tires, MG’s Whites and Maaxis HG3’s for sale. Garage space is still avaliable, they have power, and are secure at night, and cool during the day. We have entries in just about every class. The new Four Stroke Shifter group keeps growing, and so the novice junior and senior class. Our junior/senior/master classes are looking good for this weekend.

    See ya down at PPIR

    Roger Miller :~ :~

    Brian Robson

    do you have a layout you can post?

    gunter desanti

    Hi Brian
    The track layout is great, long but tight, suit a Leopard but also great practice to get the best out of a Rotax. Hope to see you there.
    Gunter. :hi

    Chris Wogrin

    Hi all, we’re coming down this weekend and I’m wondering if there is a schedule? Is saturday just test and tune, when do the gates open etc.

    Anyway looking forward to the weekend, see you there.

    Chris Wogrin and sons

    Roger Miller

    The Schedule for this weekend is Saturday Test and Tune from 9:00am – 5:00pm. The gates open Satruday morning at 8:00am for registration, we’ll have registration open all day Saturday, Sunday registrations closes at 8:30am. Sunday is race day, Pracatice should start around 8:30am , driver meeting, qualifying, heat races, mains, Awards Ceremony.
    Please go to http://www.PPKRC.com for more infomation under race info. The track layout doesn’t seem to want to post. Sorry. We’ll have registration, tech and Tag forms at registration. We still have garage space. With the afternoon rains the garage is a great place to be with all the other teams, no need to worry about rain or wind. The garages have lights and power in every stall and are secure at night. Bring Sun Screen the temp is now predicted to be in the low 90’s. Please remember that if it does rain at PPIR, it drys really fast down there, if it rains.

    Look forward to seeing everyone down at PPIR this weekend. :~ :~

    Roger Miller :~ :~
    President, PPKRC

    Rodney Ebersole

    I get to go!!
    I Look forward to playing with a bunch of good karting friends this week end. I plan to be down when the gates open Saturday. I’ll have a couple of new victims with me, one with his own master rotaxer kart and another running my old shifter. Roger if you happen to have an old race suit that would fit you please bring it along.

    Whats up with this long but tight stuff? The last time there it already was the fastest/slowest track in Colorado.
    I do also hope that Colorado’s Jr. Racing club has just as much fun as I will this week end at IMI. 😀

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