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Here is a few pics of our Short course track we have set-up in Belmont NH. The track is a modified design, designed after the Crandon raceway. Our track has a 182ft. raceline and the racing lanes are 7ft. wide. We have an indoor Pit area and we currently use the I-Lap counting system which works very well. Our club is called the North East Short Course Racing Association (N.E.S.C.R.A.).









 

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Let see some other Backyard short course tracks. give a town and state. Give a desciption of the design. How big of a race line. and whether your using a lap counting system or not.
 

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We race Pro-2, and Pro-4 classes. Let see some other Backyard short course tracks. give a town and state. Give a desciption of the design. How big of a race line. and whether your using a lap counting system or not.
 

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Nice looking track that you posted in the pics


A fellow racers backyard track, River Edge Raceway North Kingsville, OH
He runs an AMB scoring system and races are typically every other week with his work schedule and family schedule.





 

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Here is another Short course track that was built in Mass. for our club. The track is called Pepper hill speedway. 150ft. race line with 7ft. wide lanes. Fun little track to race on.









These pics. were taken the day it was built. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 
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