yeah been there
north is a fast little 1.2-1.3 mi course as i remember
i pitted near n. course track exit and we had electricity via long extension cords from over by the porta-pots
the local town has nothing but ya gotta stay at the beaver inn just once
i left the track in the am looking for air to fill a tank and it took forever to find a place
10-15?mi away there are all kinds of motels/places to eat
the scariest part of that track is gettin on, tiny little pit out road (or it was)
turn 1 after a hard run at the straight will have your knee down at speed, cutting back to the right and around the back is slow but can be run faster than you think.
coming up over the hill in the back, remember to keep your weight back on your bike, getting lazy will spank you as you pickup speed and really come down hard on the other side (tank slappers) then it's all out down the hill hand to the left and down to carousel which can take waay more speed than you think.
novice lap times can run anywhere from 1:20 to 1:45 depending on traffic
int sub 1:10's to 1:20's
race speed 1:02's but also rans often do 1:08-1:12's
track record :56 or somethin
wish i was goin'