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Inde Motorsports Track Event Nov 24th

Discussion in 'Arizona' started by GTABurnout, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. Nov 9, 2012 at 8:59 AM
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    GTABurnout

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    Well not sure if there are any track day guys here but I hold a few small track day events at Inde Motorsports Ranch in Wilcox Arizona. If you have never bee there its pretty much a world class race track.

    track event info.

    Spots are limited. I will require Payment before the event no exceptions I have to pay before the event so I need to collect money before the event. This will be just like the last several events.

    8 cars only per session (nasa and Proautosports puts 20+ cars on the track)

    This is the safest and easiest way to get involved in a track event. We will have a few experienced drivers around to do ride alongs as well as lead follows.

    First timer don't worry we will walk you thru the rules and make sure your safe.

    Where: Inde Motorsports Ranch 9301 W. Airport Road Willcox, AZ 85643.

    When: November 24th Drivers meeting is at 8:00am

    We usually get so much track time people are out of tires and gas by early afternoon. But they will be there to keep the track open until we are done or dark.

    What you need if you want to attend.

    Helmet (driver and passenger)

    $160 Cash/paypal (add 3% for fees) for car and driver and $10 for any spectators you bring. Prices may change depending on turn out.

    Food, drinks. They have a BBQ and we will be taking a short lunch brake to cook up some food.

    Safe car, good brakes tires and working seatbelts.

    Gas, the closest gas station to the track is 7 miles away.

    Leave the ego at home this is a fun event where we will not be racing keep it safe.

    The road to Inde is now paved no more dirt road.

    So let me know if your in I will get you on the list. If your not on the list on the 7th I can not guarantee you a spot for the event. If you miss the drives meeting you will not be allowed on track. This is mandatory.

    I will be in Phx this weekend for the BBQ. If anyone has any questions let me know. I need to fill this event.

    Thanks
    Hunter

    Some pics from past events....

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  2. Nov 9, 2012 at 10:01 AM
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    Kyouto42

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    Sounds like fun, too bad I don't have a vehicle capable of this at the moment... the Taco wouldn't be um... well suited lol.
     
  3. Nov 9, 2012 at 12:13 PM
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    ^ what are you talking aboot? run 38-40PSI, empty out your vehicle of unecessary weight and 4HI.!

    j/k

    Is there a time for bikers? Have they cleraed around the track for brush yet from cacti?
     
  4. Nov 9, 2012 at 12:19 PM
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    LOL... the weight, power... not the issue. It's body roll on the Foxes... not quite track tuned haha.

    Some day in a few years I hope I'll have that damn 280Z ready for events like this :p
     
  5. Nov 9, 2012 at 12:21 PM
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    We don't need to turn. We go through the turns through the esses over the cacti and brush. Lol.


    I've had a number of vehicles to know the Taco can do well through a track that way!


    -Track time vehicles-

    01 IS300 PLP Supercharged
    02 IS300
    03 IS300
    04 IS300 Toyomoto Supercharged / Supra V161 6spd
    06 M3 ZCP 6spd Active Autowerke Supercharged
    09 M3 E90 M-DCT



    I gave up and got 2 wheels and 600cc's to have much more fun.
     
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  7. Nov 9, 2012 at 2:51 PM
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    do you do track days with in AZ? I've gone with XCEL and aztrackday.
     
  8. Nov 9, 2012 at 2:55 PM
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    I haven't been, but my wife does. I'm too worried about crashing my bike to do anymore track days.. almost laid it down and my 98 is getting hard to find parts.
     
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    I tested INDE out a few years back before they opened and our company ran it for about a year. Let me tell you that it is a fun track! Very technical and a back straight that used to be a run way. Would love to go back (on a bike thought)...
     
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    So this event is no bikes. Since the groups are small by the end it usually just ends up open track. I used to do the Bike thing but gave it up I personally think the car is more fun.

    So any one interested?
     
  11. Nov 21, 2012 at 6:11 AM
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    i was a control rider for ti2tt at inde before it was shut down- it is a pretty fun track with alot fo elevation changes and blind corners.
     
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    Thanks for the offer as I did the car thing for years and found that bikes are more fun for me on the track. I'll have to pass on this.
     
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    I agree. Bikes are definitely alot more technical and requires wonton more skill IMO. In the end it is worth it on the track and have loads more fun than I ever did on 4 wheels.
     
  14. Nov 21, 2012 at 9:19 AM
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    I used to get down on a bike. Lost interest in the street riding so along with that came the loss of interest in getting hurt at the track. I did have one hell of a good time though so I understand the opinion.

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  15. Nov 21, 2012 at 9:44 AM
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    I may have to do the next one of these in my RSX..been wanting to track it...did a Nasa event once at Firebird in my Mazdaspeed 3...tracks are very addicting...:D
     
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    dude,do you know a guy named tj boyle?
     
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    i remember this. you threw your bike into the desert at the end of the horseshoe..then i gave you a rear set if i recall correctly
     
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    Lol, yeah I know TJ Boyle really well. He's one of my good friends!

    Small fucking world right?
     
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    yup- i remember seeing something on fb hen i was making fun of tj for something lol, then last week i was talking to this guy who was talking about his buddy who just did some headlight mods,and had a sweet ass light bar behind the grill and i remembered seeing your thread. def a small world.
    then gta burnout- i knew him from back in the day when i was into thirdgen camaros- then met him at arroyo like a few years later and now on here
     
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    lol, yeah that was a diffrent day the bike was blue when it was going off roading.
     
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