Trey Canard's TrackFriday, March 25, 2011 | 10:50 AM
By: Dream Traxx
Photos: Dream Traxx
Dream Traxx would like to welcome the newest racer to their list of clients - Trey Canard. Here is a picture walk of the building of Trey's supercross track.
Arriving at Trey's we were pleased to see the amount of land we had to work with, and our options were not going to be limited.
After talking with Trey, and looking around the property, we decided that the bottom piece would be best suited for the new track because it had softer terrain and was out of the wind.
Our first task was to square up the pad and calculate how much dirt would be needed to create the track we had designed.
By the time we got the pad pushed out the way we wanted, we were able to utilize the remaining dirt to start sculpting the track.
To generate the remaining necessary dirt, we excavated two separate areas that will help us create drainage and give us a jump start for the outdoor track.
The track starts to really take shape!
Really happy with how nice the dirt was to work with and shape. As you can see, it allowed us to put a really nice finish on the track once we started with the finishing touches.
The Final Result! I really owe a lot of thanks to my crew, Corey Hobbs and Chris Haines, for the extra effort they put in to building this track from scratch and create such a great looking masterpiece!
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