Shenandoah clock-wise?

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prorallycodriver
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Shenandoah clock-wise?

Post by prorallycodriver » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:39 am

So FNG question but how about running Shenandoah's 3 sections in the other direction? Or is it too unsafe or PITA to swap tire barriers and stuff around. Of course you'd want to shut down before bridge.

Firstly, in rally we run many stages (racing section of road) in both directions and its an entirely new road going the opposite direction. It would be something new thus more exciting for the guys who have been running same courses over and over. Secondly, drifters who haven't competed there would sometimes have less of home-field advantage to overcome versus the people who've gone the same way forever. Lastly, going uphill on the bridge course, you could carry more speed just like a hillclimb to be more exciting.

Or if its not for everybody for safety concerns, just have the top experienced drivers do it for a exhibition after a competition.
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Re: Shenandoah clock-wise?

Post by Yoshi » Wed Jun 05, 2013 7:19 am

I actually proposed this about a week ago. There are some technical issues like getting up speed for big bend. But meh.
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