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rscircuitcity said:
like im talkin asphalt race tracks w/turns and stuff nothin lik texas speed way thats boring
They have a bunch of tracks up there, not just the speedway. I prefer MSR, but its expensive unless you join a club track day (easy to do) or do a class session.
 

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actually its in cresson... i drove by it yesterday. dont they have 30 min sessions for 20 bucks?

edit: ok i didnt see it was in houston duh.
 

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rushman said:
actually its in cresson... i drove by it yesterday. dont they have 30 min sessions for 20 bucks?

edit: ok i didnt see it was in houston duh.

If you search for motorsport ranch, they have a few more. It's a chain. I think there's on in Fort Worth.
 

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MX6nMulder said:
If you search for motorsport ranch, they have a few more. It's a chain. I think there's on in Fort Worth.
The original ranch is in Cresson south of Fort Worth. Last weekend the Houston branch opened and I hear it went real well. I was just at the North complex last weekend and the new hillside track construction was looking very good and like a very complex course. Land was also being cleared on the other side of the entrance for what looked like more track space. I'll keep you posted.
 

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If you search for motorsport ranch, they have a few more. It's a chain. I think there's on in Fort Worth.
a chain? a saw 2 listings executive and something else. what the difference in those 2 i have no idea. i just wanna know how i can start getting my car on that track and how much it is. ive read the website but it got all jumbled in my slow mind.
 

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The motor sport ranches are like country clubs. To be a member you pay a one time fee, monthly dues and then a certain amount per track session on a given day. The way for you to get your car on their track would be to join a club day or go through a driving school so you wouldnt have to pay their joining fees.
 
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