I'll start heading to the track about 10 am then lol. When we attended Kentucky in 2014 I was so spooked about traffic we headed over there at about 1pm, for a 730 night race ......it was only a 1hr drive from Louisville with no traffic at all, but we were sort of bored once we got there.And by then people will have stopped coming because the traffic is a nightmare. Kentucky 2.0.
Glad that Richmond kept their 2. Cup should be going there twice a year because I believe the racing can be good enough there again ( I've always been entertained with the racing there) to keep those with the short attention spans enthralled and theres not really a track like that on the schedule where it can be multiple grove short track. I also dont like the alternatives if they move a date ( I'm good with road courses)
once the short track package is figured out for these new cars, I hope they get a nice race. I'm a big believer that once these cars are tuned in on short tracks its going to put on a hell of a show at The Action Track.I generally agree but it makes me mad Richmond doesn’t get a night race! It’s a ratings sport, but the Place is electric at night too.
Nothing like being ready to die on a hill and finding there's nothing to defend against.Okay, note the discussion thread and the post number. I've had it with this subject.
If the race track currently known as Rockingham Speedway, on US-1 north of Rockingham, NC, USA, has a race date on one of the three NASCAR national touring series schedule (Cup, Xfinity or equivalent name, or Trucks) before or during the 2023 season, I will buy an admission ticket for every Racing Forums member who can get there.
Now, nobody needs to post anything about The Rock again until you can post the date the ticket office opens.