Topic: Do you race your Motortopia ride?

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  • beansandrice’s Profile Photo
    Sep 12, 2009 at 9:08 pm
    How many Motortopia members take their cars to the track?

    If you've every wanted to try a low cost, simple entry level type of motorsports, but aren't sure what type to get involved with, Speed Sport Life has a Racer Boy blog which gives the 411 on different motorsports, how much it costs, type of car wear, rules, time invested, adrenaline factor, etc. Here is a list of the different events, maybe the next one will the one you race your car in:



    Time Attack:

    E.T. Bracket Drag Racing:




    Destruction Derby:


    See you at the track.

    Slot Car Racing:



  • THIRDGENZ28’s Profile Photo
    • Join Date: Apr 24, 2008 at 1:16 pm
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    Feb 26, 2010 at 2:32 pm
    Up untill about 4 years ago Autocrossed the Z quite a bit, did not do too bad for being the oldest guy with the biggest car on the circuit...


  • BigNuttyPaul’s Profile Photo
    Feb 26, 2010 at 3:43 pm
    I bring mine to the track every chance I get.


    Racing is only done on tracks. Anything done on the street is for your ego not for sport.

  • Driberif1’s Profile Photo
    Apr 30, 2010 at 12:55 pm
    Why buy it and invest time and money in it if you're not gonna take it to the track?!


    STOP INBREEDING!! BAN NASCAR! smile image 1...2...3... Left...1...2...3...Left...1...2...3...Left...1...2...3...Left... Why Go on ciercles looking for it?? Real racers go straight to the finish line!

    If speed Kills then buy an import and you will live forever.

    Racing an import is like the special olympics.... Even if you win you are still retarded!!!!!

  • jebfastlane’s Profile Photo
    • Join Date: Oct 20, 2007 at 1:05 am
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    May 1, 2010 at 12:14 pm
    Every chance I get, but as of late not as much as I would like to!


    The need for is growing and spring is time to bring out the BARR"S AM for the shake down run, hope all of you are ready as I am.

  • JLR60’s Profile Photo
    May 17, 2010 at 7:07 am
    I run my Trans Am when i get the chance, I just like making people stare at gas stations lol, but i like to take it to 1/8th mile or 1/4th

    And My modified is nothing but a race car, so yes ha, i do race it.


    Jeremy Little
    1994 Trans Am 445 RWHP - Polo Green
    2008 Shaw IMCA Modified

  • C5_CHICK’s Profile Photo
    May 17, 2010 at 10:16 am
    I dragrace mostly at Maple Grove Its been a slow progress I first turned it into a show car then started racing it. I started at at 13.58 @ 105.
    After a few years and a few thousands of dollars Im now running 10.58 @ 128 mph


    Wrap your a$$ in fibergla$$ buy a VETTE..

  • lil_paul’s Profile Photo
    • Join Date: Mar 24, 2010 at 5:29 pm
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    Jun 15, 2010 at 6:08 pm
    I don't race professionally, just race with some friends! thumbsup image


    Paul Caca
    Advertising Executive
    Beckett Media
    Phone: 866-866-5146 ext.4961
    Fax: 954-827-0564

  • CorvairJim’s Profile Photo
    • Join Date: Dec 30, 2007 at 7:54 pm
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    Jun 16, 2010 at 12:50 pm
    Now that I'm down to just my Cobalt SS I don't do any competition, but when I had my Corvair(s), I'd run them in every club event I went to. Autocross, Road Rally, and the Econo Run were what I mainly did, with a best of second in class at the Corvair Society of America (CORSA) National Convention Autocross in Washington, DC in 1991 in a Factory Stock 1964 Monza sedan (See "Goldylocks" in my garage), and 3rd in class (Street Stock) at the 2005 CORSA National Convention in Lexington, KY, with my '66 Monza coupe (Ashley) in the Econo Run at 37.7 MPG. I think I'm proudest of the results my then 10 year daughter Becky and I achieved in the Road Rally at ther DC Convention. We finished in the top dozen or so in the Primary Class (Driver and Navigator only, no observers permitted) - it was Becky's first time as a Rally Navigator, and I screwed up the odometer check leg, so we were flying seat-of-the-pants for distances!

    I also ran my '73 Chevelle Laguna Station Wagon ("Carlotta" in my garage) at Maple Grove Dragway once on a "Test and Tune" day, just to see what the car was capable of. The car wasn't pure stock, but it wasn't an all-out hot rod either. It had a 4-barrel 400 small block breathing through an open element air cleaner and it had headers and a true dual exhaust system. It turned a few mid- to low-14 second passes with a rank amatuer at the wheel... and two child safety seats strapped securely into the back seat, since it was our family car at the time!


    CORVAIR: When you care enough to drive the vairy best!

  • Gtdhw’s Profile Photo
    May 13, 2011 at 3:34 pm
    Yes, I drive my '69 Camaro in the Super Pro class in the NHRA Summit Points Series. I also drive my '72 Vega wagon to the track every week end campaign it in the Sportsman class for points as well.


    "As I lay rubber down the street, I pray for traction I can keep, but if I spin and begin to slide, please dear God protect my ride" -Amen

    Know Guns, Know Safety, Know Peace - No Guns, No Safety, No peace