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Why you need a personal driving coach

Whether it’s a prototype road racer or a box-stock autocross car, driving in competition is serious business and there’s no reason to go at it alone. A driver coach can …

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How to make the move to an aftermarket ECU

When you’ve strayed off the reservation and gone a bit custom, you might well benefit from a standalone ECU.

25 cars that have defined our scene

After much debate and deliberation, we have come up with the 25 cars that left the biggest impact on our automotive world. We even ranked them in order.

200-treadwear tire test | Continental ExtremeContact Force vs. Falken Azenis RT660 vs. Hankook Ventus R-S4

Has Continental crashed the 200tw party with its new ExtremeContact Force?

Have a sticker collection? We'd love to see it | Column

Who among us hasn’t attached something special to a sticker? Exactly: zero.

How to Properly Tune an Engine | Go Faster!

It doesn't take much for a well-running engine to suddenly need a tune-up. Here are 10 steps to find and diagnose that problem.

Do Performance Brake Pads Really Matter at Autocross Speeds?

Do higher-performance brake pads really make a difference around an autocross course? We tested four flavors of brake pad on our Mazda MX-5 project car to find out.

Testing for Cracks at Home With DIY Dye Penetrants

There is an inexpensive, at-home way to perform a DIY crack and flaw inspection on many of your car’s components. The method is called visible dye penetrant testing.

So You've Drilled Through Your Own Hand

Congratulations! You’ve joined the elite club of people who have drilled through their own hand while working on their car.

Double Take: Volkswagen Motorsport’s Twin-Engined Golf

Back for Another Look: Volkswagen Motorsport’s Twin-Engined Golf

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