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...
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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...

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...

Two-Inch Revolution: The Motorsports Industry is Shifting to 2-inch Harnesses for Enhanced Safety

For the longest time, the motorsports industry was fairly fixed on the use of 3-inch belts for driver safety harnesses. The prevailing wisdom was...

Mazda Miata E Brake Removal

There are several required modifications you must do when converting a Miata to a racecar. A big radiator is one. Racing brake pads is...

The No-Flex, No-Nonsense Advantage of Spherical Bearings

Racecar drivers know to keep their eyes up and look far beyond the hood of their racecars while driving. This is a good practice....

Installing a Set of AEM X-Series Engine Gauges

Oil pressure and water temperature are probably the most important things to monitor in a racecar, and if you’re allowed to play with air/fuel...

The Ultimate Auto Racing Helmet Buyers Guide

Competition Motorsport has sold tens of thousands of helmets and, in the process of doing that, answered as many questions about them. With that...

Project Spec E30 – Part IV: Building a Roll Cage

The NASA Club Codes and Regulations dictate the materials, size and layout of a proper roll cage, so we won’t delve into the CCR...

Project Spec E30 – Part II: Interior Teardown

The easiest part of the process of building a Spec E30 is stripping the interior. The obvious first step is, removing the front and...

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