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Any 1/4 mile tracks open to the public this weekend?

I might actually have time to drive somewhere and track it. Just wondering if any are open. Thanks.


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MIR (Maryland International Raceway) in Budds Creek Md.

Fri. May 24, Midnight madness & top street
Sat May 25, ET series 1/8 mile, $2000 top ET
Sun May 26, Test and tune with gamblers race

If you need directions, let me know. Or here's their website...

www.mirdrag.com

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How far is the track from the Virginia Beach area? I would assume a 3+ hour drive. My goal is to get some baseline runs on the car in its current state. Thanks.

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Three hours is a good estimate. You can either run up rt 17 to 301 or take I-64 to I-295 to I-95 to exit 104 and head up to 301 that way. The interstates are usually quicker due to traveling speeds.

Once you cross into Md. over the bridge, about 3 miles on your right is rt 234 (Budds Creek rd.), take that for about 10 miles, the track is on the right.
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