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How To Optimize an ND-Chassis Mazda MX-5 for Comfort on the Street and Performance on the Track

Can one car make a great daily while also serving as a competitive autocrosser and a fun track car? If the answer is Miata, then likely yes.

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How University of Georgia Students Turn STEM Classes Into Racing Reality

In addition to Formula SAE, the University of Georgia motorsports club also runs in something a bit more wheel-to-wheel: ChampCar.

Choosing a Torque Wrench

Does Price Matter When It Comes to Torque Wrenches?

Low-Buck Tech: Beat the System, Lose the Race?

How to (legally) run a 1JZ engine in Lemons competition? Fit it inside an early Toyota Corona.

Aero Mythbusting: Tackling Bad Questions, Bad Info

Aero expert Steve Stafford sets things straight with aerodynamic basics.

How To Make the Most of Onboard Video

That video of your track session is more keepsake, it also holds useful information that can make you a better driver on the track.

How to Win, and Lose, the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 56 Confounding Hours

After 24 grueling hours, Ben Keating and team, including Bill Riley, made it to victory lane at Le Mans. And then the wheels fell off.

Could the 86 Coupes Replace the Miata as the Answer?

As early MX-5 Miatas are getting harder and more expensive to prepare for spec racing, could Toyota's 86 be the next heir to the throne?

When Is It Time To Upgrade Your Clutch?

How well your car performs–and how nicely it drives–can often depend upon your clutch.

How Roll Bars and Cages Are Made

The execution of turning straight pipes into a safe, sound structure takes some finesse and engineering—here is how they do it.

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