Build Your Own Cold Air Intake

One of the quickest and cheapest ways to gain some performance for your racecar is by ensuring the engine gets as much cold, clean...

Build Your Own Splitter

As racers, we are always looking for that little edge against our competitors. Some of those advantages come at great cost and time, like...

Installing AeroCatch Hood Fasteners

If I said you could install a legal product on your racecar that only costs around a hundred dollars, takes just half a day...

Build Your Own Brake Lines

If you are building your own track car or hot rod, eventually you will probably find yourself dealing with hydraulic lines. These pesky lines...

Design Your Own Race Shop

The first full-blown road-racing car I ever built, I did with my brother in a dark apartment carport, in 40-degree weather. We built it...

String Alignment

As a racecar driver, I have learned to hate alignment shops. When I have told shop technicians I want 3.5 degrees of negative camber,...

No Press, No Problem

Like most racers, I find myself doing my own work on my racecar. And that work has to be done with whatever tools I...

Cheap Data: Harry’s Lap Timer

There are all sorts of gizmos companies want to sell to racecar drivers to help with data acquisition. Some are extremely pricey and require...

Window Net Install

Like a lot of safety equipment, a driver’s window net is not something you ever want to use. If you do, you’re crashing violently...

Paddock Bike

I’m a racecar driver, which means I refuse to run. In my opinion, the moment the internal combustion engine was invented they should have...

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