The NMRA kicked off the beginning of its 2018 racing season over a weekend of beautiful weather in Bradenton, FL, at Bradenton Motorsports Park. Racers from around the country came to test, tune, and aimed to take a win after spending the winter making various changes to their cars and racing programs for the upcoming season.
Whether you’re looking to customize your steering wheel, restore an old steering wheel, enhance what you love about your current wheel, or simply want it to look and feel fresh again, we found the perfect solution that can be done in the comfort of your own garage.
Sometimes you need to step outside your comfort zone and do something a little different. For Pete and I, the brains (and looks) behind Speed Academy, we decided it was time to expand our horizons by dabbling in the dark arts of Detroit steel.
Enkei is a name that needs no introduction. Since its inception in 1950, it has been at the forefront of aluminum alloy wheel production innovation and technology. We were offered the opportunity to tour their production plant for a behind-the-scenes look at the manufacturing process of their wheels.
The Rolex 24 at Daytona enjoys more publicity and prestige than any other race of the IMSA season, and its winners have to fight harder than ever to take home top honors and those coveted Rolex watches. Rather than bring you race results that are old news by now, we thought it might be interesting to present the event from Luke Munnell’s perspective.
Bisi Ezerioha, the mastermind behind building the most powerful naturally aspirated SOHC Honda engines in the world, quickly gained notoriety in the mid-2000s. We recently visited the 17,000 square foot Bisimoto facility to witness firsthand where all the magic happens.
Ford Mustang culture seems to revolve around racing. On the contrary, the segment of automotive culture using air suspension seems to inhabit car shows more frequently than racetracks—that is, unless the air suspension was created with performance in mind.
Near the top of the bucket list for any Japanese automotive enthusiast involves taking a trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. Intertwined into this dream trip is a stop at the behemoth gallery of Japanese tuning known as Tokyo Auto Salon.
The Datsun 1200 has long been heralded as the go-to car for import drag racers around the world. Erick Aguilar’s EL Barón, mixes a Honda power plant with a tried-and-true chassis for a quick combination!
European automotive staple, the Essen Motor Show could be likened to a mixture of the SEMA and PRI shows in the United States. This enormous exhibition celebrated its 50th anniversary recently, and sought shelter from the cold winter at the Messe Essen in Essen, Germany.