Instead of a squeeze you can make a tight radius turn, this will cause the driver to slow down into it. Since you are also making the design yourself, each lane can have one at a different point of the course.
It's your track, your design, and your money make it fun....
I did a track with a squeeze once and found that I didn't like it much, but that is just me.
Seems to work better for 1/32 where the cars run a little slower and you have time to plan your passes.
Squeezes are all about what the individual prefer.
Not sure about working better in all 1/32, quite a few of the race series for faster 1/32 don't allow squeezes. Maybe it works better with the slower 1/32s.
But for a home track - do what YOU like, doesn't matter if people who will never run on it think its great or think its no fun.
Hi I was thinking of putting a squeeze in mainly because I plan to run sprint cars or gb brisca stock cars and would like some contact between cars as real cars are full contact racing
Hope this helps to explain my reason for a squeeze
Ah Slot stox - that's a completely different sort of racing - yes it needs an oval with squeezes
Contact between the cars is an integral part of that sort of racing, which means the pretty much inevitable contact with squeezes is an advantage. for that sort of racing.
I would love to unfortunately I work nights / evenings and am a new dad so my time is pretty much work and looking after little-un .....I'm not complaining but yes one day I will be there had a look at the website and vids yesterday looks like a real nice bunch of lads u have there is that a 1/32 looking at the half moon sunken tyres they look scaley has anyone done this before ... Full contact ho stock oval / tri oval ?