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As racers, we tend to feel a small sense of panic when we go off track, not just because we want to avoid hitting a wall or tire barrier, but because a trip through the dirt or the grass is bound to lose us a few positions.
As human beings, we hate to look at nothing. We love to look at something. Anything. Even some things we don't want to look at, right?
As you may have discerned, there is a sweeping change that has been rolling through the tiers of production car racing in the U.S.
Today, the road racing equipment experts at Winding Road Racing review the Schroth SHR Flex head and neck restraint.
For one fortunate racer, it will take just 90 minutes to earn $75,000, or more, this Saturday at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca as Mazda stages the Global Mazda MX-5 Cup Challenge on Saturday, October 14.
Whether you have a team of engineers working on your car, or you discuss its handling problems while looking in a mirror each and every time you come off the track, you should consider what setup changes you could make to your car.
If you have a low front clearance race car like a Porsche GT3 Cup or a Radical SR3, you know that getting it on to your trailer can be a pain.
When we are trackside for High Performance Driver Education or track day events, we often find that participants don’t have all the items they need.
Some drivers seem to get up to speed within a lap or two, while others seem to take forever. It’s like they need lap after lap to get into the rhythm before they start turning quick times.
Audi Sport customer racing has announced the advent of ordering for the R8 LMS GT4.
We've said it before and we'll say it again: MX-5 Cup offers some of the closest racing in the country.
The higher a car's polar moment of inertia, the earlier and more gently you need to turn in. There's a phrase that should get you thinking!
We were recently at the end-of-season banquet celebrating Battery Tender Global MX-5 Cup drivers, crew and officials.
Here we see Winding Road Racing driver Jeff Sexton (#89, Mission Hill Advisors) in a lengthy battle with Honda driver Tom O'Gorman (#94, GridLife) during a Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car race at Circuit of the Americas.
Winding Road Racing driver Jeff Sexton (#89, Mission Hill Advisors) shows a bevy of intelligent race craft in this Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car race at Circuit of the Americas.
We have written many buyer's guides to the best race gear. And we've written some how-to guides for installation as well, which are worth perusing before you make a purchase decision.
One thing that most every successful business does is develop a five-year plan, some type of strategem that helps everyone, especially management, know where the company is going and how to get there.
Corner exit speed is critical, right? It’s all about who can begin accelerating out of the turns first – that’s who’s going to win, right?
You may recall that last week we surveyed our readers about their preferred transmission interface for racing.
Of course, almost no racer is this disconnected from reality. But we sometimes see a more subtle form of disconnection, and that is the one between race strategy and the dynamics of your class.