Budman Posted May 15, 2005 Report Share Posted May 15, 2005 NOTE TO READER: PLEASE NOTE THIS THREAD IS FROM MAY, 2005. As I said on the other thread, I was at THR last night. As is normally the case, there tends to be a lot more two groove racing among the local classes. Its the touring classes that come in there and tend to play follow the leader. Anyway, I was sitting there between features and just out of the blue I remembered many years ago out at Speed-o-rama what they did to encourage two groove racing. At the beginning of the evening, even before hot laps and qualifications, they would get out there with a fertilizer spreader and several bags of rosin and lay it down in each turn in these sort of wavy patterns. This made the turns a lot "tackier" and as I said, helped make it a truly two groove track. Why isn't that practiced today? Too expensive or what? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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