Friday, May 06, 2005

Dirt Crit preview

Here is a preview of the Dirt Crit course.

Hopefully this will get some people excited to come out.

Lap start at the fire circle, We may start the begining a little farther back in order to spread out a little before hitting the down hill

There will be no set route on the fire road. Your choice to go straight through this 4x4 eating mud bog or route to the left or right. It's up to you if you think you can manual through the primordial ooze that I've seen eat a jeep in one bite or try and skirt the edge of the pond, or take the wider tracks.

Here again your choice to manual through the puddle or take the sweet track on the right.

Before you go down towards Old farm/Beast take a right towards the top of Sidewinder

And take a right turn onto the newish single track that takes you back to the fire circle

This track is fast either way you take it.
It has some false flats that take your legs by surprise and then some fast corners that you didn't think would be so quick going this direction

The last grunt before spitting back out onto the fire circle will eat you up. If you are doing it right your vision will be blurry like this picture.


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At 9:32 AM, Blogger Ashwin Amanna said...

Huh? Well at least somebody is reading this thing.


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