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The only permanent oval track in the Orlando area.
We're back in action every 1st and 3rd Monday evening with R/C Legends. Three or more make a class so bring pan cars, sprints, Losi Late Models whatever you have except for nitro vehicles.

Gates open at 4:30 and racing at 6:30PM
Please call ahead if we need to allow you a little more time.

Open for practice evenings and weekends with advance notice. Weekend racing could be made possible.

For more 2010 Track and Race Information go to www.ProHobbiesSpeedway.com
 

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Been asked a few questions about the track so here's a little FYI:
We mostly focus on the Legends class.
Several of us have pan cars but it seems like a lot of the racers don't like to change their cars for the bullring. Either that or they are scared of having to rub, bump and actually use the throttle to run at PHS. Too bad, it's a lot of fun and laughter from the drivers stand is not uncommon.
No nitro but 3 or more cars will make a class. SK's, pan cars, TC's, sliders
We'll run what ya brung!
2 heats and a main.
We are usually done and packed up by 8:30 - 9 o'clock.
Thanks for the PM's and hope to see some of you come race.
 

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Got a week to get 'em ready boys.
We're off this Monday the 8th but back at it on the 15th.
Results are posted on the website.
Sounds like a few more racers too!
 

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The Action Track is back in action tonight.
Folks in and around the Orlando area, if you're looking to do some racing that puts driving back in racing, check this out.
 

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Thanks for the bump Flash.
We're back in action this Monday night May 3rd. Get those Legends ready. Pan car guys, we're looking for some constructive input on re-establishing the pan car class. We have a lot of concern in establishing a rules package that minimizes any out of pocket costs and would hopefully use what you already have in the box. Although it too has drawbacks, recent interest at other tracks in breakout racing may actual have some merit. What would get you racing again? Let us know.
 

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Hmmm, appears that yall are now the closest track to me ( Leesburg ) 33.5 miles and 49 minutes according to Mapquest?
What motors are you running in the Legends Brushed?
I,m Looking for a Legend car ;)
 

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Summer break is over and racing is back at PHS beginning September 20th.
R/C Legends as usual but let's try to get the pan cars going again. Maybe the old handicap system with the 60 lap breakout. That was always interesting and would allow most any combination of chassis/motor/battery to be competitive. Any thoughts from you Orlando area racers? Email Jim or drop me a pm.
www.ProHobbiesSpeedway.com

Flash: we use a track hand-out motor program. It's a bit unique but works quite well plus no need to be busy during the week tuning motors and stuff. They are 5 degree 27 turn motors, so for practice an old 27 turn is more than enough to get dialed in.
 
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