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ROGERRAMJET
April 22, 2009 at 09:55:05 AM
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what advantages does a school have for a new team and driver. which one would be the best?




jayvenus
December 26, 2009 at 08:30:38 AM
Joined: 10/20/2008
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Posted By: ROGERRAMJET on April 22 2009 at 09:55:05 AM

what advantages does a school have for a new team and driver. which one would be the best?



i may be a little late with this reply but smiley sitton's gives you a session of car set-up in-class and a full nite (100 laps) in a 410 on a quarter mile (only one student per nite) so it's real one-on-one. I know of one student who never ran anything on dirt and after goin' to smiley's won the feature (360 winged sprints) in his fifth dirt race ever with 33 cars in attendance. So to quote another driver, "it's seems to have worked for him"

Note: i have no experience with any other dirt schools





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