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Old 11-08-12, 08:06   #281
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A two-day track day would definitely be more appealing, given the time/effort it takes for prep/travel. An alternative, or in addition to, to a banquet could be a reserved area for campers. There's something really cool about hanging around a campfire after a full day of riding that just can't be beat.
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Are there still plans for the Jennings track days?


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A two-day track day would definitely be more appealing, given the time/effort it takes for prep/travel. An alternative, or in addition to, to a banquet could be a reserved area for campers. There's something really cool about hanging around a campfire after a full day of riding that just can't be beat.
There's camping in the pit area. I'm sure it could be arranged, if fires are allowed in the infield.
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There's camping in the pit area. I'm sure it could be arranged, if fires are allowed in the infield.
no open fires at NJMP
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Open is the key word here. I brought my portable fire pit and as long as I kept the wire mesh cover over it they really didn't care.

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Open is the key word here. I brought my portable fire pit and as long as I kept the wire mesh cover over it they really didn't care.

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