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After a Crash, Part 8: 60 Days After Destroying the Race Car and Building a New One, It's Time to Take the Green at the Runoffs

We didn’t just build a motor, we built a fresh race car for the biggest race of the year. The previous one had been destroyed two months before.

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How to Operate a Shop While Minimizing COVID-19 Health Risks

A formal COVID-19 response plan that covers both staff and customers from Eclectic Motorworks.

Virtual Racing: Get Off the Couch and onto the Track (Which Is Also Your Couch)

How to Jump Into–or Back Into–Sim Racing During Lockdown.

Fuel Tips: Why Not Methanol?

Running methanol as a fuel sounds great–even more performance potential at a lower price. But, first, some considerations.

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Vintage Views: Volvo 240

Volvo lovers are as die-hard as their redblock engines.

75 Years Later, The SCCA is Still Very Relevant

So how did the SCCA start, and how has it endured for 75 years?

Q&A With a Tire Engineer: R-Comp Race Tires vs. 200-Treadwear Extreme Street Tires

What if we could peek inside 200-treadwear tires and R-comp tires to see how the magic happens? We asked someone who could take us there.

After a Crash Part 7: Before Returning to the Track, Time to Make It Look Like a Real Race Car

While there is nothing cleaner than a freshly painted race car, it needs some livery to stand out on track.

An Engineer Weighs in on Corvette Leaf Springs: Deep Talk on a Seemingly Simple Subject

A straightforward question came up as we worked on our Corvette Z06 project car: What are the rates for leaf springs–both OEM and some popular replacements?

Low-Buck Tech: Why Not a Borgward Isabella?

We’ll forgive you if you’ve never heard of a Borgward Isabella, but 24 Hours of Lemons veterans A Fistful of Cotter Pins turned up to Arizona’s Inde Motorsports Ranch in ...

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