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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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Microtransactions in cars: An imaginative look into the future

Is a heated seat subscription proof that yet another facet of our existence is being swallowed up by microtransactions? Or is it just the future equivalent of empty block-off plates?

How to effectively plan a motorsports event

If you build it, they will come. Hosting a motorsports gathering is within your reach if you carry out the proper planning, marketing and management.

Build threads can offer more than just pictures of cool cars | Column

Sometimes, the most interesting part of a build thread isn't what's in the foreground of its pictures, it's what's in the background.

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Go faster in autocross | The apps, sensors and traces you need

How did that last autocross run really go? Checking the data between runs could help improve the next one.

Buying a lathe | Making Stuff: Part 4

Lathes are an essential tool for anybody building race cars. Here’s how to put one in your garage.

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Is nostalgia worth the extra cost? | Column

How much are you willing to spend to relive an experience–or even make new ones?

91 vs. 93 | Are you giving up power?

If an engine can be tuned to make more power on 93-octane fuel than 91, does that mean west coast racers have access to less horsepower?

Comparing Miata Race Cars From All Four Generations

Miata race cars have been part of our scene since the first ones arrived. The latest example only keeps that great tradition going.

Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS | Classic Cool

America didn't get the Impreza WRX until 2001, but we got a taste of things to come for the 1998 model year with the release of the Impreza 2.5 RS.

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