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Need to post this if anyone is planning to attend an American Flat Track Event. DON’T Waste your time and money.
Planned on seeing a day of racing. Instead all I saw was four hours of Track repair, an hour of clean-up after a small accident, then the production twins final. (Five pieces of junk) left in disgust...never again:mad:
 

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Need to post this if anyone is planning to attend an American Flat Track Event. DON’T Waste your time and money.
Planned on seeing a day of racing. Instead all I saw was four hours of Track repair, an hour of clean-up after a small accident, then the production twins final. (Five pieces of junk) left in disgust...never again/forum/images/smilies/mad.gif
I share in your dismay, Burke. When flat track racing made a comeback a few years ago, I was thrilled. I attended several races, but they got to be mundane after a while. Here at home, we have the " Minnesota Mile " held on our local horse track. Yeah, it's exciting to watch them take off and head into turn one, but only to be not seen again until they are coming out of turn four. With every passing year, my enthusiasm fades a bit more. Heck, this year I was setting up my new enclosed trailer while the race was going on. Oh well, maybe I'm just getting old! Jevers
 
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