A common question asked by racers is what radios should I buy for my race car? We talk to Shawn Sampson of Sampson Racing Communications to get the low down on what racers need and why you should go digital.
With the Holiday Season fast approaching, what do you get the racecar driver in your life? Why not get them some new safety gear, a useful tool or even some track side apparel.
Ahead of the SCCA National Runoffs here is a quick guide for decoding and understanding the various classes often only listed on the schedule by their initials.
After 4 years of racing here are some things I did well and others that I had wished I had done when I started wheel to wheel racing.
Communication is a key component to on track safety. The flags provide essential information to racers on track conditions and incidents ahead.
There are many great books written on motorsports. Each book offers an individual perspective on motorsports and the art of driving a car at the limit in competition.
A select set of useful tools can be all you need in most trackside situations. Here are some things to consider taking to a track day.
Racing probably seems silly to some of my friends, coworkers, family or even an outsider. The truth is there are many reasons why I race...
So you are ready to buy a Spec Racer Ford here are items you should look at before purchasing the car.
To ensure you race suit and safety gear maintains its fire resistant properties and stays looking good it is important to clean it properly.
Trackside apparel doesn't have to be expensive. A simple team T-Shirt and Cap can add a level of professionalism.
Custom visor strips are a great way to improve the look of your helmet and are cheaper than a full helmet paint job.
One of the best ways to learn what goes on in Motorsports is to visit the track. No better way to learn more about the types of racing then by talking to the racers that do it.
Want to go faster? Here are 10 tips that helped me get faster lap times. Includes shared wisdom from other racers and things I have found work for me.
Most people think you have to have a crazy sports car or high end performance parts before you can take the car to track. You don't, all you need is a helmet, a well maintained car and a willingness to learn.