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  1. Send a Google car around it?
  2. Supers are *required* to have spotters, as with all of the Pro classes. As far as transponders, the track has had them available for rental in the past, so contact Gina (Gina@txarp.com) to see what is happening this year.
  3. http://usraracing.com/tracks/
  4. https://4t4racingphotos.com/hmp-2019
  5. Safety first

    I think the amazing part is seeing the driver crawl out before the safety crew arrives. Keep in mind that he's coming out the passenger side because the driver's side is against the wall and burning. Fire suits weren't a thing back then, I can only recall one person who wore one (I think.....). Safety crews didn't wear them either (and usually still don't, at tracks I've attended).
  6. New track in Livingston

    Yes. Slightly south, in Goodrich. If you are on Facebook, follow either Battleground Racers or Marlon Mcgown.
  7. Interesting

  8. Interesting

    I've heard rumors there might be some dirt on the track at some point....
  9. FORD vs. FurrrrRoy?

    I liked the one-thousandth endplay in the piston pins causing nasty harmonics.
  10. FORD vs. FurrrrRoy?

    Very interesting. Excellent article!
  11. TSTRS Question

    Lonestar Speedway in Kilgore, Devil's Bowl in Dallas, would be two of the mainstays. Heart of Texas in the Waco area clearly has a very successful program. This website may help, although it is not kept current - https://www.racingin.com/track/texas.aspx
  12. Memories of San Antonio Speedway

    Frank Torres has passed on. His son Johnny is on this forum and has been actively running dirt for quite a few years now.
  13. TSTRS - Car Counts

    But that one was there. Paid car entry, pit passes, etc. A last minute technical difficulty shouldn't be interpreted as lack of cars, or. interest.