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post #14 of (permalink) Old 06-14-2006
Stoenr
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Originally Posted by GTNOS
$15.00 guys. race all you want, unlimited, all night long. and its LEGAL. plus, as extra fringe benefits, you will get better launches due to better tractioned surface, a cool little slip at the end of the track that proves to others how fast you went, a whole crowd of people that watch you, and if thats not enough for you.... you can always leave the shoe polish on for a week to show everyone that you race it....

seriously, its fun to goose it a little on the street, take off fast from a light, or maybe chirp the tires in 1st thru 3rd, we all do it. but be careful - straight out hardcore street racing is foolish.... and even if you live after a crash.... look at what you have done to your poor innocent stang!! and with the "new" insurance premium you'll be paying, youll be lucky to own a VW Rabbit.

AMEN to that, well put.
Its only 5 bucks to get in 5 to run out here some days.

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