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  • New track in Windsor, VT

    And I gotta say, it's a heck of a track!!!!!!
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    Yeah, it's a biggie... 190' around.
    Track surface isn't wood, but nylon/plastic type material. Very smooth.....

    They just opened in Oct, and looks like they get a good crowd so far.
    They hold races on Monday and Thursday nights.
    Monday being IROC style racing, and Thursday nights they run 3 classes. Pioneer Legends, Pioneer Muscle Cars, and Carrera (any stock Carrera).
    Today was open practice. Course, I showed them how Slot.It and Scaleauto cars run as well....😁

    Check them out more here...
    https://www.mainstreetracingvt.com/

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    Dickie Pearson
    Canterbury, NH

    HOST - Home Operated Slot Tracks
    MSR - Main Street Racing

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    Playing devils advocate are we 😎
    Dave
    Peterborough Ont
    CANADA

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    • #3
      Fantastic to hear about a new track opening. Website and set up with open racing, details, and house cars is a real nice touch. Seems very approachable for someone new to the hobby. As a general question that I’ve wanted to ask about taking a new from box 1/32 scale like Carrera or Slot.It and racing on commercial tracks, what is needed for guide blades? Can you run one out of box or is there required changes? I get that there is a mountain of tuning possibilities to run a car successfully but I’m asking about just trying to run some “Sunday driving” parade laps.

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      • #4

        1hr
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        103 miles[
        Light traffic (Leave at 7:23 AM)
        Via I-89 N
        ·Toll on route
        I would of gone with you any Sunday, Monday
        Austin
        Merrimack, NH

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        • #5
          Looks like a NICE track!

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          • #6
            As a general question that I’ve wanted to ask about taking a new from box 1/32 scale like Carrera or Slot.It and racing on commercial tracks, what is needed for guide blades? Can you run one out of box or is there required changes?
            This particular track was designed for 1/32 cars, so no problem with guides.
            Having said that, I did not try any Carrera cars that had the black blade, as I had switched mine over to the red blade.
            I did not notice whether the other drivers had switched to the red blade or not.
            Dickie Pearson
            Canterbury, NH

            HOST - Home Operated Slot Tracks
            MSR - Main Street Racing

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