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Running in an IMSA race on a grassroots budget

How to run in the Michelin Pilot Challenge with a used RS3 TCR, a few friends, and a bit of determination.

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Column: It´s Hard To Say Goodbye (To a Car)

Saying goodbye to our cars is never easy, though actually selling it doesn't have to suck.

10 Endurance Race Essentials (That They Probably Didn’t Mention in Driver School)

The Nonnamaker family has been racing since 1974, including many trips to all of the big endurance contests: Daytona, Sebring and even Nelson Ledges. Their experience translates to club-level events …

How to Choose the Right Tools for Cutting Metal

One way or another, you’re going to have to cut that metal to size. Here are the many different ways to do that—each with their own pluses and minuses.

Tech Tips: E46 M3

Here’s what you need to know if you’re shopping for one of these supersedans.

How a wide-eyed new owner helped make Nelson Ledges better than ever

Back in the day, Nelson Ledges mattered. Now the track’s back.

13 Steps To Ensure You Don't Blow up Your Engine During Initial Start-Up

Starting up an engine for the first time can exhilarating, but not if something goes wrong. Here are some steps to make sure it goes right.

Understanding Shock Absorbers, Dampers and Struts | Handling Basics

Whether they're called shocks, dampers or struts, these pieces are critical for performance.

Is Bigger Always Better When It Comes to Wheel and Tire Packages?

Does size matter? We tested nearly identical wheel and tire packages with different aspect ratios to determine if a smaller sidewall made a big difference in lap times.

Does the world really need a tire gauge app? | RaceSense Review

Is RaceSense's Professional Tire Gauge with Pyrometer worth it?

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