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After talking to some teams at a recent event, I discovered there are quite a few people that don't know where a lot of the tracks we race at are located. Like, they did not know what state "Virginia International Raceway" was located in. So, to help them, I have made a clickable PDF map. don't click the image Above, because it is not interactive. You have to download the PDF. The first person that emails or messages me saying they can't do anything with the image gets 10 laps. 2019Map.pdf
I saw in another thread where someone suggested we make a map of the track locations and approximate team locations. I thought this was a great idea that could come in handy in all sorts of situations, so I made one. I've only added the California tracks and my team's (approximate, don't want any of you showing up at my door unannouced) address. The old map died, so here's a new one on Google. https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1QB_k0KIudsi7xa2suPmvAPft6Sw&ll=37.37254156107749%2C-98.29050690000003&z=4 Instructions for adding yourself: 1. Click this link: http://j.mp/1Hf0LM4 2. Hover over "additions" in the menu 3. Click "Add Marker - Simple" 4. Put your team name in the "Entry Name" bar and put some basic contact info in the details sections. I'd suggest at a minimum your forum name. You could also throw in your car make/model if you like, or any expertise you have. Basically anything that you think could be useful, add there. You can set a location by clicking on the map or typing in an address. I think a town/state plays well with the map application. I know I don't even have to ask for questions or suggestions. Those are pretty free-flowing around here.