Radio Frequencies?

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Check this out <A target="_blank" HREF=http://motorsports.thepaddock.com/freqs/cart_freqs_01.html>http://motorsports.thepaddock.com/freqs/cart_freqs_01.html</A>
We could use something like this in Off Road racing. As a spectator it sure makes it nice when you can listen to everything as it is happening. Does anyone have a list they can post?
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a lot of the big race teams hate their frequencies known to everyone....
 

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Ya, I know, and if you go up to them and ask they always so "no way" like it's a big secret. That is why I posted the link above. For just about every other form of motorsport you can get all the frequencies you want. NASCAR puts them into their programs. It does make it nice to know what is going on. And getting the frequencies by scanning is a pain. Oh well.
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RaceChase01,
Nice list you have going there. That is just what I was looking for. Thanks.


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wthrman-151.625, bfg-151.715, dusters-151.775, chkrs-151.925, fair-150.860, stroppe-153.185, campeones-152.960, bfgpits-153.395, mag7-153.380, honda-151.955, valleyperf-151.600, white/collins-151.790, hrbst1-157.650, hrbst2-157.695, ultra/gordon-151.160, toyota-153.320, roughrdrs/simon-152.165, venable- 152.195, nelson-152.045, baldwin-153.725, pci-relay-154.515...old list but good 2 scan at the races pete

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the problem with the public knowing your teams radio channel is their getting on and sometime putting misinformation out and confusing the situation...it has happenned many times to the point that we had to use code prases to give info to the pit people
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how true, i know at the baja 500 2 years ago, toyota was right next to us, talking up a storm on the radio and we couldn't hear a thing. i got in my truck, turned on the ham gear i have (KE6PDS) and lo and behold..there they are on uhf 463.xxx running a repeater ! no problem with anyone on their freq!!

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BFG MAIN---153.395----BFG RELAY---151.715-----BFG PITS-----153.395------HERBST #1---157.650
HERBST #2---157.695---- BALDWIN #1---153.695-----BALDWIN #2---153.725----MACPHERSON---153.080----HELMBOLT----153.335-----McMillin---152.915-----R.GORDON----151.160----TCS---151.070---RAGLAND----152.045----RIVIERA----156.255 / 153.515-----FORTIN----152.885----WILSON----151.025 / 153.440-----PPI / TOYOTA( I. STEWART)----153.320----COLLINS-- 151.790..................
 

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The link that Cameron posted belongs to a 1450 team that runs in MDR. You ought to hear those guys coming through start/finish. If you close your eyes and listen, you'd think your cruising Crenshaw Blvd. There is so much bass coming from that ranger. I'm amazed the cd player doesn't skip going through the rough. Rock on fellas!
 

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Does anyone have freq. for any class 10 and class 1 car's?
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