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      03-19-2012, 12:07 AM   #9
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Sears Point (might as well call it that now since Infineon looses its name sponsorship soon) is NOTORIOUS for eating up cars. It's noob's grave yard. There's so many places to crash and so many walls to hit. If you have limited track experience Thunderhill is a better place to go and a far better place to get your fundamentals down before tackling a track like Sears Point, IMO.

I took on Sears Point after about 20 events and it was still difficult to master. Incredibly fun and challenging, but high on the technical degree of difficulty and high on risk as well.
No way I'd ever take my BMW to the track.
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