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...

Glass Etching More Fun With Our Vinyl Cutter

In the July 2017 issue of Speed News magazine, we covered purchasing a vinyl die cutter machine to make our own decals for our...

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,...

Weight Savings Using Different Hardware

Every racecar driver battles weight. I battle with it because I like cheeseburgers. Other drivers already have conquered diet and exercise habits and they...

Simple Ways to Clean Up and Protect Your Racecar’s Wiring

Most NASA competitors are DIY folks. We build and maintain our own racecars and take enormous pride when those cars hit the track. But,...

Pick Your Pit Vehicle

You were born with two legs. So what? Who wants to use them at the racetrack? Not me. It’s time to purchase a paddock...

Sponsor Flags – Promotional flags lend a professional look

You can’t drive down the street these days without a huge promotional flag poking out of the ground trying to sell you a bigger...

Crew Shirts

There is a difference between being a racecar driver and owning a race team — and that difference is a $14 T-shirt. A racecar...

Bringing a Car Back to Championships Caliber After a Catastrophic Fire

You know the quote, “Want to make God laugh? Make some plans.” Well, racecar drivers make lots of plans. We plan entire seasons to...

Installing Ballast

You spent all that time stripping your racecar, making it lighter, losing weight wherever possible and taking away non-essential items. Then you finally sat...

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