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Is a Water/Methanol Injection Kit the Tuning Aid You Need?

The premise behind water injection is simple: Squirt a mixture of water and methanol–windshield washer fluid, basically–into the engine’s combustion chamber to cool the intake charge and prevent detonation.

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Lotus Elise and Exige | Buyer's Guide

The Lotus Elise may be licensed for street use, but its real home is the race track. Few cars in recent history have matched the Elise’s capabilities.

Basic body work part 2: Applying polyester filler

Just because it was cheap doesn't mean your project shouldn't look good. Here is how to use polyester filler to smooth in those rough sections.

The Chrysler Cordoba: Like a '60s muscle car, but not | Low-Buck Tech

Does the Chrysler Cordoba count as a muscle car? In the eyes of the 24 Hours of Lemons, it's close enough.

How BRE Got Its Stripes

Sure, you've seen the BRE Datsun livery before, but do you know how the iconic stripes came to be?

The Car Trailer Is a Key Piece of Racing Equipment That Never Sets a Tire on Track

If you’re serious about motorsports, there’s a piece of equipment you’re eventually going to need: a trailer.

Life is better when you're learning | Column

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

10 steps to fulfilling your motorsports dreams | Column

Even though we like to fuss over what is the latest and greatest, don't let those quibbles get in the way of actually getting on track and having fun.

How we survived the Tire Rack One Lap of America

Two guys, one car, nine tracks and 3500 miles. What could go wrong? Tom Suddard (right) and Andy Hollis tackled this year’s One Lap of America, trading sleep for adventure.

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