Post Your Local Track(s)

We may earn a small commission from affiliate links and paid advertisements. Terms

posol

RETIRED
hey guys- i want to use real info for the tracks in the game.
post the ones you know of

NAME - LOCATION (city/state) - ELEVATION

ALL tracks must have the above info, else don't post it, and MUST be a 1/4 mile long.

thanks
 

HondaMoCo

Senior Member
I live in the Antelope Valley, in Cali, (Lancaster, Palmdale, Quartz Hill) We have LACR here in Palmdale, (Los Angeles County Raceway), elevation is 5200 i believe, i might be wrong though

Gary
 

MaaseyRacer

Senior Member
I live in both Monterey (school) and San Francisco (Home) California,
In Monterey:
Laguna Seca
Del Ray Oaks, Ca. (just out side of Monterey)
150ft. (this track is a 2.19mile track with 11 turns and a 500 foot climb)

Near San Francisco is:
Sears Point
Sonoma, Ca.
Sea Level
 

B16

Super Moderator
VIP
Sacramento, CA
Sacramento Raceway
wednesday nights are what you want :)
http://www.sacramentoraceway.com


ps. not sure about the elevation, couldn't find it on their site... i would imagine no more than like 500 ft above sea level?
 

posol

RETIRED
Originally posted by MaaseyRacer@Jan 8 2003, 02:15 AM
I live in both Monterey (school) and San Francisco (Home) California,
In Monterey:
Laguna Seca
Del Ray Oaks, Ca. (just out side of Monterey)
150ft. (this track is a 2.19mile track with 11 turns and a 500 foot climb)

Near San Francisco is:
Sears Point
Sonoma, Ca.
Sea Level

umm thats great dude-- BUT YOU DONT DRAG AT LAGUNA SECA!!!!!!!!!!!!

1/4 tracks only please
 
Pomona Raceway reprezentin! :)

Mailing Address: 2780 Fairplex Dr., Pomona, Ca. 91768

Tickets: (800)884-NHRA

Track Surface: concrete/asphalt
Concrete Launch Pad: 660 feet
Track Direction: north to south
Elevation: 1,100 feet above sea level

photo47.jpg
 

lsvtec

GNU/Linux Evangelist
Originally posted by HondaMoCo@Jan 7 2003, 11:31 PM
I live in the Antelope Valley, in Cali, (Lancaster, Palmdale, Quartz Hill) We have LACR here in Palmdale, (Los Angeles County Raceway), elevation is 5200 i believe, i might be wrong though

Gary

I am not too familiar with Cali geography, but I don't think anything in LA County is 5200 feet above sea level.
 

B16

Super Moderator
VIP
Originally posted by lsvtec+Jan 8 2003, 06:40 AM-->
HondaMoCo
@Jan 7 2003, 11:31 PM
I live in the Antelope Valley, in Cali, (Lancaster, Palmdale, Quartz Hill) We have LACR here in Palmdale, (Los Angeles County Raceway), elevation is 5200 i believe, i might be wrong though

Gary

I am not too familiar with Cali geography, but I don't think anything in LA County is 5200 feet above sea level.

:werd:
 
S

sisteve

Guest
New England Dragway (Epping, NH) - 90ft. above sea level

Lebannon Valley Dragway (West Lebanon, NY) - ~1100 ft. above sea level

Old Bridge Township (English Town, NJ)- 90ft. above sea level


:)
 

2 litre EG

Senior Member
Los Angeles County Raceway [Palmdale, Ca] has an elevation of 2,710 feet

Pomona Raceway [Pomona, Ca] has an elevation of 850 feet

Famoso Raceway [Bakersfield, Ca] has an elevation of 600 feet

Firebird Raceway [Chandler, Arizona i think :p ] has an elevation of 2,700 feet
 

slohnda

Senior Member
Virginia Motorsports Park - Petersburg, VA - Elevation 168 feet

Richmond Dragway - Richmond, VA - 200'

Mason-Dixon Dragway - Boonsboro, MD - 535'

Capital Raceway - Crofton, MD - 250'

75-80 Dragway - Monrovia, MD - 500'

Cecil County Dragway - Rising Sun, MD - 300'

and for the rest of the country..

http://worldofracers.com/usa.htm

:)
 

prawjEKt Cx

Senior Member
Originally posted by dohcvtec_accord@Jan 8 2003, 09:30 AM
Bandimere Speedway
Morrison, Colorado (right outside of Denver)
5,860 f'in feet above sea level (makes ITR's run times close to a normal D16)
http://www.bandimere.com

jesus, i knew a kid with a cobra that ran 12.48's in pheonix and now runs 14.00's in colorado springs. but everybody else is slow too so it's all the same i guess
 

h82w8

Senior Member
Orlando Speedway
Bithlo,Florida
1/4 mile
:unsure: I cant be certain of the elevation, can't be more than 10 ft. above sea level, nobody around here can have a basement in there home other wise it will eventually take on water!!!
 

dohcvtec_accord

WRX Sellout
Originally posted by prawjEKt Cx@Jan 8 2003, 08:25 PM
jesus, i knew a kid with a cobra that ran 12.48's in pheonix and now runs 14.00's in colorado springs. but everybody else is slow too so it's all the same i guess

Yeah, it applies to everyone. It's worse for people who run n/a though. You pretty much NEED to go FI up here if you want to run quick times. Just not enough oxygen.
 
Top