Jan 11, 2002
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Copyright 2002, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.<BR><BR>Formula USA is considering buying 2000 linear feet of a built-to-order modified version of Alpina Super Defender impact-absorbing modules for use at dirt tracks during the 2002 racing season.<BR><BR>Alpina Super Defender modules are non-inflatable, and use foam and an inner chamber at ambient air pressure to absorb energy.<BR><BR>The modules would be connected to form a free-standing impact-absorbing wall and would be positioned several feet inside the perimeter wall on half-mile tracks. The modules would positioned against the perimeter wall on straightaway sections exiting the corners.<BR><BR>If all goes according to plan, the 2000 feet of Alpina modules would be transported to F-USA dirt track races using two semi-trucks already owned by Clear Channel Entertainment Motor Sports, which owns F-USA.<BR><BR>