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  • #16
    Sonoma Raceway has a 103 db limit. For some reason, which I have not seen an adequate explanation of, NASA uses 101 db.

    Sonoma Raceway (Sears Point to most racers who refused to call it "Infineon") is the most technical track in the country. I have over 10,000 laps around the place and it has yet to bore me. Certainly the best track west of the Mississippi!
    Scott Winders
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    • #17
      I heard best track in California, but best track west of of the Mississippi? I think you might be right. I can't think of another that is as good. Mazda Raceway is close.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by ucfbrett View Post
        Mazda Raceway is close.
        nah: Laguna is a pretty track, but one of most boring track to drive on (but great to race on. not unlike ACS). it is 90 degree turn followed by a 1/4 mile drag race, rinse, repeat...very few turns are connected..... there is the Corkscrew, great first weekend, then it gets meh...
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        • #19
          Originally posted by bellwilliam View Post
          nah: Laguna is a pretty track, but one of most boring track to drive on (but great to race on. not unlike ACS). it is 90 degree turn followed by a 1/4 mile drag race, rinse, repeat...very few turns are connected..... there is the Corkscrew, great first weekend, then it gets meh...
          The rainey curve is pretty fantastic. So is 6, and 10 isn't bad, but not a whole lot else to love.

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