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Old 04-10-2007, 09:14 AM   #1
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Has anyone that went to Daytona, California, or Martinsville used a metallic flagpole? I am going to Darlington in a few weeks and noticed that ISC had added a no metallic flagpole rule on Track owned campgrounds.
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Has anyone that went to Daytona, California, or Martinsville used a metallic flagpole? I am going to Darlington in a few weeks and noticed that ISC had added a no metallic flagpole rule on Track owned campgrounds.
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Old 04-10-2007, 11:05 AM   #3
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Have used aluminum telescoping pole at Martinsville in the past and wasn`t aware of this rule.
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We have season camping at Kansas Speedway owned by ISC and have used an aluminum pole as recently as two weeks ago. I think it is a track by track thing since the two guys electrocuted themselves at Talledega last year. All the untilities at Kansas are underground, but probably not at the older tracks.........
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