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    Anybody been on the west side? I lagged on buying tickets and now ticket master is sitting me way down at section 20, row 40! If i choose to sit on the west side i can be in section A, row 7.

    How do you get over to the west side? Is it a pain in the ass? I want to bring my son for the first time on saturday, so trying to get decient seats.

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    It's been awhile but it used to be no beer over there. to get to it you have walk behind the tower.

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    ya the map says no alky, not all that concerned with that... Probably why there are so many spots availible on that side.

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    Dont do it!! Actually if you have a backpack with beer you'll be fine. La Verne side is cool.. not my favorite thats for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    ya the map says no alky, not all that concerned with that... Probably why there are so many spots availible on that side.
    Is there even a general side over there? If there is not thats why you see spots open plus no alky for the alkys.

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    how old is your son? we bought tickets toward the finish line instead. thinking it might be less noise for our nine month old. of course still bringing ear muffs and such for him, but something to consider. besides you can allways walk the pits aswell.

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    1000 ft. on the fence is the only way to experience it for the first time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcintyrelocal View Post
    1000 ft. on the fence is the only way to experience it for the first time!

    No!! Standing between two cars at the starting line is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcintyrelocal View Post
    1000 ft. on the fence is the only way to experience it for the first time!
    I saw some dude's frumpy old lady wet her pants there once. lol

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    Standing at winners' circle getting your pic taken for national dragster.that's a good view...right rickyb? And i didn't even have to turn a wrench or drive a car!

    GOOD TIMES RB RACING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hustler View Post
    No!! Standing between two cars at the starting line is.
    No shit but most people dont get that luxury. Try hangen off of the starter of one. thats a good day also.

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    I've been both at the starting line and at the end of the track. In my opinion the starting line or maybe 1/4 track is the best spot. You get to feel the rumble of those engines for a bit longer. My son just turned 5, ear muffs for sure, i wanted to buy a gas mask too but i couldnt really find any info on the type of mask i would need when searching google. I wanted to be able to bring him in close during warm ups and if he had a full mask and wasnt scared i could. Maybe i'll just buy the further tickets, for his first time it should be fine.

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    Thats right TahitiBoss nothing like being in the winner circle at a national event good times my friend.And how about r boy Arnie Martel funny mother F"er send me those pics.

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    we're working on the pics. Arnie Martel is good $hit! Where's the Rick B Racing embroidered shorts at? do you have them in 40" waist?
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