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How to setup a chassis for track use | Pro tips from BimmerWorld's James Clay

Need help getting your setup ready for the track? One possible solution: Crib from the pros.

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Simple talk on the complex subject of aerodynamics

Whether sleek, boxy or somewhere in between, all cars interact with the air while racing down the track.

10 common suspension problems and how to cure them

Looking for more speed? It could be your suspension slowing you down. Fortunately, expert help awaits.

Understanding Shock Absorbers, Dampers and Struts | Handling Basics

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

10 Common Suspension Problems and How to Cure Them

It doesn't matter how much you spent, your suspension can still steer you wrong. Here are 10 common suspension ills and how to correct them.

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?

How to set tire pressure, align your chassis and shop smart

How do you properly set up a chassis? How about some testing?

How to bulletproof a Chevy C5 Corvette for track duty

Not sure how to best prepare a car for track duty? Here's all the work we've put into our C5 Corvette project car since we first got it.

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Understanding corner weights

Properly corner weighting your race car can allow you better handling to best the competition on track.

What Is Camber, Caster and Toe? | Handling Basics

As the three most important alignment parameters, it's vital to understand what camber, caster and toe is, as well as how it can affect performance.

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