THE ROKET WAS SOLD ON 6/22/14
I've been reading some threads about guys going to the track on Test and Tune nights/days. They seem to think they are racing the car in the next lane. (unless you set something up before hand, you're not) You should be there to practice your launch, 60' time, 1/8-1/4 mile time, etc. And to adjust after each run, or at least that's what I go for. I could care less what's in the next lane, sometimes I'll let that car go ahead while I'll launch when it feels right. And if I'm going for R/T then I'll launch on the third light. Hey if I get down the track before the other car then fine, but he's there to dial his car in too. I think if people start practicing instead of worrying what's in the next lane they will be much happier in the long run. JMO and suggestion.......