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  • JRoberts
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    Keith, I think that the guy who originally built the Stude in the link I posted earlier was at Maxton at one point this year as a spectator. I know he said he would never do it again. Scary as hell, from what I understand. People standing in the road, little if any crowd control, yet if you hit one of them you had better get out before they throw you in the slammer!

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  • KeithTurk
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    I have two friends that have raced in it... both said they were glad they did but wouldn't do it again... One in an Alfa and the other in a Merc I think...

    When you get home tell us all about it... the deal seems to be pricey...

    K

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  • JRoberts
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    I have always been intrigued by this race. Here is a link to a about the only Studebaker powered Studebaker at last year's race. I have seen this car and it is absolutely gorgeous.

    www.ssracing2007panamrace.blogspot.com

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  • Two Lane Blacktop
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    Another link:


    http://www.panamrace.com/vivalcp05.htm


    Check out the cars!


    (Would love to actually *drive* this route

    in a maxed 1965/66 Barracuda Formula S,

    or bust through those curves in

    a mega-prepped 65/66 Corvair.) -- 8)

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  • Two Lane Blacktop
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    Pan Am Racing//La Carrera Panamericana

    Have always hoped to go "someday".

    Am really putting things in place to
    spectate for the first time, in 2008. --

    www.panamrace.com


    Any one going? Any one racing? ???

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