They must be racing thru the construction zone south of Gonzaga thru Coco's. Be careful in there. They won't stop construction or 2-way traffic.
Great course. Lot's of time planning this route.
I was just thru there 4 times over the last week. Heading south it's construction for about 8 miles, then you get on the old road thru cocos for maybe 7 miles, then construction again thru the mountains for another 5, the last 3 is old road to Chapala.
The construction zones are freshly graded all the way to the last 3 miles. It will be dusty. The area around Coco's is the same with the optional lines north of Cocos. Lots and lots of semi and other vacation travelers in there.
I don't see how we can race through there. I travel that road frequently. All other traffic would have to stopped or there is going to be trouble.
What is the Mexican name for Frog Canyon. The map shows the special starting at Huerfanito running south and coming out at Chapala from the south...50 miles.Any chance they might race through Frog Canyon like SCORE sometimes does. It is technical and sometimes (very) wet, but not that rough (whoops) until the last seven miles or so out to the highway.
How is the road going to be used as a special?
What is the Mexican name for Frog Canyon. The map shows the special starting at Huerfanito running south and coming out at Chapala from the south...50 miles.
There was traffic control during those races. We were in the 2014 1000 that went through there. Things are a little different today. It is HEAVILY traveled by just about every kind of vehicle imaginable. PLus starting in Huerfanito has us racing on the pavement which I doubt they intend. Guess I will find out in 3 weeks.