|Track layout at Capitol QMA.
Photos & Sketch by Robert Kerr
| A view from turn one, down the front stretch, with the Snack shack visible
off turns 3&4, the flagman can be seen waving the green flag from his turn
one perch in the foreground. The straight aways on the track are truly straight.
Photos by Robert Kerr
|A view across turns 3&4, to the staging area and track entrance. The track wall is made from double high Armco. The begining of the wall is protected by tires. Looks like the red car is going for an aerial pass.|
|A view of the Pits from just off turn one. The pit entrance is located at the end of the front stretch, in the foreground, and the pit exit merges with the back stretch at the exit of turn two. The track exit is adjacent to the pit exit, and leads to the scales, behind the tower, then back to the covered staging area. The pit wall is Triton workzone barrier made by Energy Absorbtion Inc. Click Here to see the specifications. From this Video it looks like stops full size cars well. The CQMA track uses donated units that no longer hold water. The empty sections are about the right weight for quarter midgets.|
|A view from the flagmans' turn one position toward the scales (under the white tent) and the tower on the backstretch. Three judges can be seen sitting on the judges stand located between the tower and the racing surface. The speed breakers are depressions formed into the concrete apex's of the corner, with molded fiberglass bumps anchored at about every 4th depression.|
|A view from the east end of the stands, along the front stretch, back towards the parking area. the large stand of trees beyond the white tent are in the middle of the parking area.|
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