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    Tracks In Pennsylvania

    Are there any road courses/tracks in Pennsylvania?

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    Of course. The two that come to mind are Beaver Run, near Pittsburgh, and Pocono International Raceway (oval). Oh yeah, Nazareth Speedway as well (1 mile oval).
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    FWIW Pocono Raceway also has at LEAST 2 road courses (North and South). Possibly E & W as well, but I'm not sure....
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    BeaveRun is sick. Such a nice place.
    Huge skid pad for autoX and a reconfigurable Karting track too.

    http://www.beaverun.com/

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    Hey thanks guys i've always heard of wrx's going to the dragstrip, including myself. But i believe that the track is where the wrx really excels. i would love to go to one of these over the summer. Also does anybody know how you can do this stuff professionally?

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    BeaverRun does several ralleycross events, too. Several of the Cleveland area guys go over regularly for track time, auto-x, and ralleycross. One of the first auto-x events was on the kart track.
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    Where do you live in Pennsylvania? I usually head down to Summit Point in West Virginia to get my fix of track time. I haven't had the opportunity yet w/ my WRX, but I used to take my RX-7 all the time. What a blast! It beats drag racing, 10 fold. Summit Point is about a 5-6 hour drive, about the same as going to Beaver Run from Philly.
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    where i live

    i live in Williamsport PA, so i'm not shure how to get to beaver run. How much did it cost you to go? maybe we could meet up sometime this summer and go over their together.

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    I have not been to Beaver Run yet... I am looking to go. I am trying to find a group that provides "driving seminars" at the track. Once I do, I may see if I can get the time off from work to enjoy that track.
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