4pt cage went on last week, may not be a 6pt or 8pt NHRA but good enought for a Friday night trail once. I am going to try it out, just can't decide on where I would get my best time at. Which track is more crowded on Friday night? Capital or Cecil96sled said:And Crapitol is about .15 faster than 75-80. But 75-80 is the only track around that allows ragtops to go below 14 w/o a cage so I'm stuck watching at all the Cecil/Capitol events
He's right, get there early on Friday night or don't bother. 75-80 can get mobbed as well on Friday night but isn't unbearable. Get there early, make three runs and call it a night because you'll be waiting over an hour between runs from there on out. Remember that all these tracks have T&T most every weekend day as well. The just don't advertise it. And most of the time there are less people running during wknd days. Friday nigh is huge for the kids in there imports while Sat and Sun is more for bracket racers. I've gone to 75-80 on Saturdays and made as many runs as possible before. Capital much the same (before I got below 14). I'd go on a Sat or Sun if I were you otherwise it's a frickin' street party.highmiles said:
4pt cage went on last week, may not be a 6pt or 8pt NHRA but good enought for a Friday night trail once. I am going to try it out, just can't decide on where I would get my best time at. Which track is more crowded on Friday night? Capital or Cecil
As soon as I get the windshield fixed I'll take photos of car and put on website.
I don't do 1/4 mile and my car isn't setup for it, but I'd like to just see what I can pull, strictly a one time thing and only for laughs. When I really want to race I'll buy a 7sec dragster like my buddy.
I would like to do summit point once, but again with my tires, tranny and gears it's more of a high highway car. I commute with it, not race it.