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The '''Tokyo Bowl''' was the first venture into Drag track design. Built while the [[Barracuda|Barracuda model B]] was still only a prototype, this course was designed as a simple loop for fear of failure, in matters of safety and marketability. Today, the course is known for its enthusiastic crowds and fanfare. While simplistic, the '''Tokyo Bowl''' paved the way for more complex and exotic [[Barracuda|Model B]] circuits.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 18:03, 13 March 2021

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Sporting an overzealous crowd and extremely short lap times, Tokyo Bowl is the first and sometimes last step to becoming a model b pilot.

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The Tokyo Bowl was the first venture into Drag track design. Built while the Barracuda model B was still only a prototype, this course was designed as a simple loop for fear of failure, in matters of safety and marketability. Today, the course is known for its enthusiastic crowds and fanfare. While simplistic, the Tokyo Bowl paved the way for more complex and exotic Model B circuits.