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How did the SOWS event go? I'm kinda weary of SpeedVentures cause I heard a few negative things about them. Mainly, that they allow the drifter wanna-bees to go on at the same time as everyone else. Nothing against the drifters, but they kick up all kinds of debris/pebbles/dirt onto the track!
 

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Redline Track Events are probably the best track events I've been to IMO, very organzied. These days there are always stupid, immature drivers that will ruin your day, no matter what track event you go to. I don't think Speed Ventures is bad, I mean they run events at Laguna Seca and this year at Horse Thief Mile in November, which other track events don't run. To be able to track at so many variety of courses has to make Speed Ventures quite a reputation.
 

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How did the SOWS event go? I'm kinda weary of SpeedVentures cause I heard a few negative things about them. Mainly, that they allow the drifter wanna-bees to go on at the same time as everyone else. Nothing against the drifters, but they kick up all kinds of debris/pebbles/dirt onto the track!
SOWs is next month, Sept 8th (Friday).

SV and Redline are both great clubs to run with. SV usually has more hardcore drivers and more serious machinery. The advanced group can be a little intimidating when driving a low powered Miata.

The only drifting I've experienced at a track event was Redline a few years ago at SOWS. One of the run groups was dedicated to drifters only. It was great fun to watch, but lots of rubber and debris all over the track which made it difficult to drive and also increased the rubber pickup. From what I hear, Willow Springs does not allow drifting on the Streets anymore.

/Mike
 
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