Setting the Standard

Engineers at the SFI Foundation are good at breaking things — and, as a result, racing drivers across the world are safer because of...

Cold-Air Intakes: How and Why They Work

Whether we’re talking about a street car, a racecar or even a tow vehicle, one of the easiest-to-install and most cost-effective performance parts we...

A Deep Dive Into Sabelt Racing Seats

We’ve all become pretty familiar with some of the bigger names in the racing seat business. Sparco, Simpson, Impact, etc. Sabelt is another popular...

Installing a Fire System

When caveman invented fire, it changed the world we live in forever. Fire forges steel. Fire creates the very racecars we NASA members enjoy...

Installing Roll Cage Padding

In the NASA Club Codes and Regulations, specifically section 15.6.4, it states that “All roll cage surfaces that may come in contact with the...

Top Tips to Combat Engine Heat

Automobiles generate heat in a number of ways. Racing automobiles create a lot of heat. Engines. Brakes. Turbos. Differentials. Radiators. Exhaust. All of them...
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Eight Tricks To Make Working A Cooling System Easier

If you like to play with cars, if you put your car on a racetrack for HPDE and especially if you race cars, you...

Installing Stainless Steel Brake Hoses on a Mazda Miata for Increased Stopping Power

Several things happen when you stand on the brakes hard. Foremost, the system takes the energy of momentum and transduces it into heat, and...

Vehicle Scales, Level Garages and Corner Weighting

Weight is something we all deal with in racing. We have to speed weight up. We have to slow weight down. We have to...

Installing Seat Harnesses in a Spec Miata

Talk about taking responsibility for your own safety. When you convert a production car for racing, you remove a restraint system that has been...

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