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    2019 Keystone schedule is out

    Posted on the newly revamped website, which I think looks pretty good.

    http://keystoneracewaypark.com/
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    Love the mid-week TNT added. The # of TNT's on the schedule should allow enough opportunities for everyone to get down the track

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    Quote Originally Posted by roush08 View Post
    Love the mid-week TNT added. The # of TNT's on the schedule should allow enough opportunities for everyone to get down the track
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    I’ll be there for sure.

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    I’m not sure how I feel about the Wednesday test and tune. An option to get some hits before a race weekend but work Thursday and makes for a rough couple of days after, lol.

    Like the Saturday Street car thing as a stand alone.

    I assume all regular racing is 1/8th mile now? Didn’t see a separator for different races.

    lets hop for dry days for 2019
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    Let's all pray that mother nature shows us a little mercy this year.

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    I guess I'm showing my age [78]. To me, drag racing is a 1/4 mile. "PERIOD".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Gypsy View Post
    I guess I'm showing my age [78]. To me, drag racing is a 1/4 mile. "PERIOD".
    Yeah. Iím not sure why they are heading in that direction (1/8 mile).


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    One of the best facilities in the country, Norwalk (Summit Motorsports Park) the RACERS voted to race 1/8th mile last year for their bracket series.

    It's mostly a bracket racer driven thing, big in the south, big in big $$$ bracket races, unfortunately it is a thing that isn't going away.

    It doesn't affect anyone unless you go on a regular race day and don't see many of those guys on here. Test and tune and the street car Saturday thing is still 1/4 mile.
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    Well said Bob - everything except for the points bracket days will be 1/4 mile. When I started bracket racing a couple years back, I was opposed to the move to 1/8th mile ( and the move is happening all over - not just at KRP ). I've grown to like both 1/4 and 1/8 racing. While you don't see the speeds and time in the 1/8th, atleast for bracket racing things happen much faster and reactions ( good or bad ) are multiplied.

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    Today’s test & tune has been rained out.
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