I really under estimated the job. I thought I could get the off-road tore down and the new oval up and packed in one day but I was wrong. I only got the track down and graded and just rolled flat and of coarse laid down the jumps for the off-road but they still need formed and packed too. I have tried to make them friendly for everyone and not huge triples that break your car. I feel that the old layout scared alot of the average racers away because of the perfect timing you needed to make them. The new design is much easier and forgiving but still fun and challenging. I didn't get the 3* banking tht I wanted but I got close in the corners. The guys are slowly working on it and watering it and smoothing it daily when they have time but the clay takes alot of time to work with but it will be great when it is done. The clay was completly dry so we could work it now we need to slowly get it moist so we can form it and it not stick to our packers and rollers. I will try to get back down there this weekend and get more of it done but I have hopes of getting it running the week after Labor Day. If anyone needs a ride I can help out since I live in Martinsville I can drive from there. I have also proposed a stock Slash class where the truck has to be completly stock and the battery will either be the Orion 2400 or the next bigger Orion. I have ran the Slash with the 2400 and it will do a 5 min race. The Slider class is simple the car is only to have Losi parts designed for the Slider, 13.5 or kit motor if you run the kit electronics and motor both an Orion 3400 is allowed. Top Wing is required Lower wing optional. Orange stock foams and tires only. Basically the same rules as Losi suggests with some additions.