Dirt Track Racing Jeremy #20

Monday, April 24, 2006



You've taken the advice from dirt track racing tip #1 and decided to not to wreck your own shiny car. You want to buy an inexpensive car to use on the track. So now you have a number of options. You can go to: your local newspaper car ads, a junk yard, or classified ads made specifically for dirt track and auto racers like
racingjunk.com. A used dirt track racing car should cost between $1000 to $5000 on average. (Or, if you have the cash, you can have a company like "Sleeper Chassis" in Huntingdon, PA 16652-0000 (814) 643-2969 build a new or custom dirt track racing car for you and get a quote. Another company, JR Motorsports sells basic cars through building a complete car from the ground up. You can contact them at: General Inquiries: JR Motorsports (704) 696-3580 phone or email to info@jrmotorsport.com. On average though, you can expect to pay anywhere from $50,000 to $150,000 and up to have someone build you a custom dirt track racing car. Now that you are in shock, back to reality. The most logical thing to do would be to visit the dirt tracks themselves and do a bit of "dirt track networking" by asking the racers themselves and others in the pit if they know of a car for sale or watch for the "for sale" signs on some of the cars themselves. Hope you found this tip helpful. See you next time for Dirt Track Racing Tip #3.

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