Andy Hollis
Andy Hollis
2/28/18 10:17 a.m.

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Motorsports is all about doing well on race day, whether that means winning the big race or simply finishing better than expected. But achieving those results on a consistent basis requires homework: The driver must have optimal equipment at his or her disposal. Professionals spend much of their off-season, and significant portions of their in-season, testing and developing parts and setups.

And while our budgets are certainly different, grassroots-level competitors can benefit from these activities as well. We may not have the big dollars, but we can still do our own testing to determine the best tires, shock absorbers or whatever else for race day.

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