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Well, the Sandhills/Loup to Loup event is what I would call a "Driver's" course, being very technical, the SSCC/NORC events being what I call a "Car" course, being all about the car and its ability to survive under extreme duress and sustain very high speeds with literally no turns that require braking except the Narrows, and the BBORR events (2 now), that are exactly in between, a nice combination of driver skill and car performance.  If you haven't driven the BBORR, there are plenty of long straights in the north half that can easily support your desired goals, along with some absolutely kick-ass fun sweepers through the hills and cuts to make you forget all about straightaway speed!

Based on your experience and the car you are driving, those BBORR straights are plenty long enough to support speed classes up to about 140 mph (165 mph Tech) while surrendering some speed in the corners to suit your comfort level.

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