How to Build a Dirt Track Race Car?

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To build a dirt track race car you will need to get a rear wheel car that you would like to drive. This car will be used to race in a stock series race so all you need to do is remove the passenger seat, back seat, rear windshield, side glass, headlights, and tail lights. Put in a fire extinguisher and a roll cage. Paint it the way you want it and your car is ready to go in a stock series dirt track race.
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If you are building your own dirt track race car then you are going to want to start with a junk car from a scrap yard. Take it apart completely, reinforce the frame, reassemble with new and necessary pieces, and modify it to your specifications.
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1. Choose the right type of car for the dirt track racing you intend to do. For instance, you should make four-wheel drive a priority in your vehicle or else you will be at a distinct
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I would imagine the first step is to obtain and level a large piece of property. From there, create level track, jumping humps and a death-defying ramp with the dirt you unearthed
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Depends on how big you want your track to be. 3.8 mile 1.2 mile or 1 mile exact. Not including seating, parking, and food.
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1 Watch the track crew water down the track. Depending on the season's rainfall, the track may be hard or soft. The additional water will make it a little slippery, a lot slippery
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