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      11-07-2011, 06:58 PM   #1
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Track Review: Oregon Raceway Park

I wrote a little track review of Oregon Raceway Park on my friend, and fellow bimmerpost member, brave1heart's performance blog onehotlap.com.

Thought you guys might enjoy that. I will write about another "soon to open" track in the NW soon.

http://www.onehotlap.com/2011/11/one...n-raceway.html
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Thanks for the review Nicolas. Since it is like 4-5hours away, I assume you go there a night before. Can you give some info regarding accommodations around the track?
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Great reviews and driving Nicolas. Can't wait to go back as it was so much fun!
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Thanks for the review Nicolas. Since it is like 4-5hours away, I assume you go there a night before. Can you give some info regarding accommodations around the track?
Yes, we usually go down for 2-day events. Arrive the night before the first day, and leave mid-afternoon the second day. They are a number of cheap motels and a few nice B&B close by.
Best options are on the ORP lodging section http://oregonraceway.com/our-partner...ravel/lodging/

Hope this helps
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Awesome, thanks!
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Yes, we usually go down for 2-day events. Arrive the night before the first day, and leave mid-afternoon the second day. They are a number of cheap motels and a few nice B&B close by.
Best options are on the ORP lodging section http://oregonraceway.com/our-partner...ravel/lodging/

Hope this helps
Not bad if you can get home at the end of the second track day.

I'd love to see a turn-by-turn write-up on how to drive the track. Does anyone have links to those?
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Not bad if you can get home at the end of the second track day.

I'd love to see a turn-by-turn write-up on how to drive the track. Does anyone have links to those?
This should help

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Perfect!! I added the track tutorial to the write-up.
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