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Column: The Case for "Good Enough"

Don't Let perfectionism stop you from creating with your own hands.

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Column: Don't Let That Project Sit

This is not going to be another one of those “in these times…” musings, but we do need to talk about how many of us handled productivity and how we ...

Column: What Ever Happened to the Speed Shops?

The modern day speed shop is rare due to sales over the internet, but the experience is sometimes worth the cost.

Column: Pieces, Parts and the Ones That Sometimes Break

Replacing broken parts kinda sucks. Replacing parts that you just replaced really sucks.

Socially Distant Racing: Heading to Daytona as Florida’s Covid Numbers Hit a New Record

On the same day that Florida recorded a high score for new positive Covid cases–nearly 11,500 added to the tally for just July 4, enough to almost tie New York’s ...

Column: Life Is Better When You're Learning

Sometimes, the most thrilling moments in life happen when you're learning.

Guest Blog: An Open Letter to LGBTQ Car Enthusiasts

Cars and motorsports should be a place where everyone feels welcome. We have been saying that since our inception back in 1984. Toni Scott, a friend of ours, recently shared ...

Column: The Greener Future of Motorsports

Making racing better for the environment isn't easy, but we've already taken steps in the right direction.

After a Crash, Part 9: Pondering Future Racing Plans

All of the hard work that we put into the last 60 days felt surreal. It was like waking up from a nightmare—like the crash and rebuild never happened.

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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