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In June we explored a new route from the 28 over to the 215: Ellijay/Tilly Creek Road. Which leads to the 281 followed by the 215. Can't wait to hear what you think of it.
This map should be pretty close: https://goo.gl/maps/zEqZ9orxL492
As you approach Franklin the key turnoff is Sanderstown Road
Nomar is a "stock car killer" in anything. I have to say that I am very impressed with the Fiesta ST. Car felt great to ride in and it never seemed to run out of power. Definitely ran down a few Prelude crew members today like it was nothing. They were being followed by an older WRX Sti but this guy, caught them in less than half a mile.
Fiesta ST - considerable weapon.
Todays drive was a simple "Dragon run" and "28" from the Gap to Fontana and then Gap to 129/Robbinsville. Loads of hangout time and just plain "car talk" so we don't have to share our passion back home. Hopefully a temporary reprieve for those subjected to our automotive passion.
-- With Nomar's new found "stock car killer" abilities probably a good thing I didn't make it out!
-- So what's another stock car that can go toe to toe with the Fiesta ST?
-- How about next year we consider Virginia International Raceway?
Considered one of the Top 6 in the country. http://virnow.com/about/
The configuration below offers up two killer straights of 3/4 - 1 mile long each. Think about that.
Takes about 1/4 mile to get my Si through 4th gear and up to 105. Would love to see what it could do with another 1/2 mile plus.
And i'm not the only one with a need for speed, am I?