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Posted 11 November 2009 - 01:43 PM

This new Slotblog forum is the place for operators of home and club raceways looking for new members and participants to let racers know about their facilities.

We're dividing the raceway "world" into two categories: "commercial raceways" and "club & home raceways".

Commercial raceways are retail establishments that are open to the general public and which feature regular operating hours.

Club and home raceways in general will not have have regular operating hours and in many cases are located in homes, rather than in rented or retail premises. In the listings in this forum, full addresses will not be shown, but rather we will give contact information for the use of interested racers.

I'm starting the forum with the pinned posts from the Club & Home Slot Racing forum, as well as with PMs and emails received about home and club tracks in response to the email blast asking for help in updating the Raceway List. Additional state "categories" will be added as needed.

I'm still developing the listing "template" of information that will need to be provided when posting a listing in this forum. New topics, i.e. posts about new home or club raceways, will be moderated and will not appear until approved. This is so we can make certain the basic information needed is being provided. Replies to existing threads will not be moderated and will appear immediately.

Anyone wishing to add a new listing where the state category is not present should just make the post in any of the other state categories and I'll add the new category when I approve the entry.

We are cognizant that commercial raceways are a rarity outside of the US. We're still ruminating on what's the best way to handle non-US raceway listings for raceways that do not qualify as commercial operations.

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