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.
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.
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.
This year’s Global Time Attack finals and 13th annual Super Lap Battle at California’s Buttonwillow Raceway saw 82 competitors in 13 classes fight some of the harshest battles we’ve ever seen in the two days of their shared quest for the ultimate stateside time attack honors.
Today, at the close of the series’ 2017 season at Irwindale Speedway, two monumental moments in the sport have come to pass: A thoroughly European team and driver have won Season Championship honors in the American series, and the beloved House of Drift has given us our final of so many fond memories along the way.
For a new approach to our recap of the St. Louis stop of the Street Driven Tour, we’ve compiled a top ten list looking into the most impressive and interesting drifting efforts from the Midwest event.
Where time attack meets wheel-to-wheel, a new motorsport is born. Our very own Luke Munnell geared up for his first time covering heated Honda action on Willow Springs’ Horse Thief Mile layout.