andyPA try your stock L30 before going nuts on chassis convertions and all sorts of hot parts. For the MILL the only changes you might want to make is a spring steel t-plate and the WOLFE long king pins and WOLFE springs for the front.
Gentlemen - I have finished with the initial plans and have the signed paper work to announce the 1st Annual Eastcoast Oval Super Regional scheduled for 28 & 29 June, 2003. It is a ROAR sanctioned event at Willow Mill Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA. Drivers from all regions are welcome at this event. The classes will be 4-cell stock, 4-cell modified, and 19 turn for the 1/10th scale cars. Interest will dictate whether a 1/12 class will be run.
Willow Mill Speedway is one of the best paved oval tracks in the east. The weather for that time of year will be excellent. I am sure there will be some racing under the lights, which is always fun, and the Friday prior will be setup for open practice.
Please look for the race flyers in the next few weeks. Operator George Verbonitz has made a great commitment to ROAR and oval racing with the agreement to conduct this event. Please, all drivers try to find a way to attend this race, which is hoped to be the first of many for the ensuing years. Also, pre-enter so that George and the Willow Mill Speedway staff know how to plan for the proper level of awards. He is a great guy and deserves your support.
Yes there is plenty of hotels in the area and you dont have to go into carlisle. I live in Mech. and within just 2 miles from the track there are Holiday Inns, Comfort inns and a little farther another hotel i dont know what it is called. Have fun see all of you there. :thumbsup:
There are several nearby hotels right on the Carlisle Pike as ADX2 mentioned. I will try to get some info on them with phone numbers and room rates, however, there is a Ramada Limited about a minute from the track. There are also alot of places to eat and a couple of shopping malls if anyone brings the wife and kids. Beach