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      01-21-2013, 02:24 PM   #3
Drives: 1999 Z3 Mcoupe | 2008 M3/4
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Location: Lutz, FL

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I think you're confusing Jefferson with Shenandoah. The Jefferson you'll either hit a tree or a berm, but not many concrete walls.

The Jefferson is a good place to learn car control/throttle control, think of it as a high speed autox. There are some good increasing/decreasing radius turns. It's small and gets boring after awhile though. Find a club that runs it both directions, going one direction each day. That really makes it unique as I can't think of any CW/CCW tracks in the north east. The Jefferson also has it's own skidpad, hopefully you get to spend a good amount of time on it.

My first track event (2006) was on the Jefferson...a group called Cone Killers. Learned so much that day.

Good luck!

Craig Brickner
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