Good question. I've never driven a race car there, but my partner Howard
had a lot to say about it. I won't talk about that, get the information first
Also, when you get to the salt, right after the drivers meeting everyone can
drive down the course. Go down the long course to the 8 mile point while
looking around to verify where your are.
That alone is an experience.
I'm interested to hear what the REAL drivers have to say.
Matt Ferrari wrote:
> Hello, everyone.
> I recently read Wes Potter's description of Csaba Csere's Bonneville
> experience, which made me smile.
> I have some limited road racing experience, and have attended schools
> run by Skip Barber and Jim Russell. So the fastest I have gone is only
> some 130 mph, with grippy tires, wings, and a smooth, paved surface. I
> imagine that, based on my current skills, I would do worse than Csere!
> I'd really appreciate hearing from those who've experienced the salt
> what the sensations of speed are, and how it differs from any other sort
> of racing or driving that most folks are familiar with. What's it