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Omega Motorsport No Fly Zone 3 Announcement

Top speed event Nov 23, 2013 at Minter Field in Shafter, CA

Annette Carrion
Oct 25, 2013

The supercar lineup is shaping up to be a good one for the Omega Motorsport No Fly Zone 3 top speed event, which will be held Saturday November 23, 2013 at Minter Field in Shafter, CA. You may remember the location from european car’s 2014 Audi R8 V10 vs. 1988 Audi 80 feature in the October issue - the airport is designed to allow supercars to bury the speedo on the main runway.

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The upcoming event already has several 1000hp cars signed up, as well as various modified Mercedes-Benz Black Series AMGs, modded SLS-AMGs, a Porsche Carrera GT, 950hp Ford GT, and a few Ferraris, Lamborghinis and McLarens to throw into the mix.

Participants must pay $200 per vehicle to enjoy the newly resurfaced runway. You must pre-pay before the day of the event with no exceptions. Everyone else will be charged $10 at the gate. Only 100 cars will be allowed to participate, and there will be no run groups (run anyone, anytime). Food vendor and race gas vendor on-site.

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The event is open to those who wish to register their vehicles and compete, or those who just wish to attend as a spectator.

For more information, please visit www.omegamotorsport.com

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