Some of you may have noticed that the most recently updated track pages are getting latitude and longitude as well as elevation. I though I'd point out that if I haven't added it for a track, often it's buried in the URL for the terraserver or google map link. If you go to the page for Wall Township Speedway and click on the terraserver link, you'll find this buried in the URL at the top of your browser: &lon=-74.1138267615932&lat=40.1754843694201&; this is the lat and long for the terra server image. The same information shows up as &ll=40.175197,-74.115191& in the google maps URL. no, they're not exactly the same, but they're close enough for our purposes. Note also that I have experimented with feeding long & lat to google maps for tracks where a physical street address is unavailable or unusable, or I can't pin down a nearby intersection. There are very few examples of this right now, but check out Clinton County Speedway for one. Try clicking on "Directions to here", entering your home address, and look at the route it drafts. It gets pretty close, all things considered. I'll probably use it a lot improving on the Canadian tracks where there is sometimes a real shortage of street information.