Hallett. More fun cause your turning more and the turns are not as high speed, sharper, and ALOT more elevation change. Right after turn 1 you go over this hill in 3rd and damn near everytime the front end lifted at the crest of the hill, sometimes I had to let off the gas abit cause it would keep lifting and if you didn't let off you would loop it. I like the higher speeds of HP but Hallett is alot harder. Not sure what the top speed was on Hallett but the fastest point was the stright and I never got out of 4th.gixerking said:so which track you like more, hearland or hallett?
It was nice to finally meet you and Fred, and the kids. I was wondering if we weren't all keeping you up partying in the parking lot at the hotel, but I guess you guys didn't here us so that cool.chicw/speed said:Oh yea it was nice to finally meet someone from the board, had a great time Zach we will all have to get together again sometime, but with out the crashes.
Would have stayed up later with yall but had the kidos and plus I wanted to be rested for Sunday. Thanx for the beer.
If you ever wanna go fast, the track is the place to do it. No trees, curbs, cars, signs (you get the idea) to hit in the unfortunate event you might have a get off. Yes, there will be crashes at every track day...but how can you know what your limits are if you don't nudge up against them every now and then? There were probably 8-10 crashes yesterday, and not a single person taken to the hospital.Fuscat said:hmmm these kind of reports make me kind of leary of doing a track day. After a set of tires the entrance fee and then paying for everything you bust when you go down seems like an aweful lot of money! Im a poor sap and it seems like every track day there are multiple people that go down. Does not sound like my cup-o-tea.