If you aren’t familiar with TX2K, it’s a Thursday through Sunday, roll racing and drag racing event filled with the fastest “street” cars in the nation. Although, it’s what happens outside of the racetrack that’s interesting. Car meets, and the infamous late night street racing draw attention to TX2K on an international scale.
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.
If you are involved in the late model performance world, then you’ve no doubt heard about – and most likely used – a wideband Air/Fuel Ratio (A/F ratio) sensor controller. We enlisted the wisdom of Lawson Mollica from AEM Electronics to explain why the details of these products are so important.
The Performance Racing Industry show is the place to be in December; frigid outside temperatures couldn’t stop the heat inside as hundreds of manufacturers displayed their wares and shared technical information with thousands of industry members and racers. Check out our coverage here!
The Nissan 350Z of Sasha Anis’ OnPoint Dyno is a unique build designed to help Anis chase the dream of matching the performance of American Le Mans Series GT2 machines around his home track of Canadian Tire Motorsports Park. Find out how he’s working towards this goal inside!
Taking one’s passion and turning it into a business can often be the kiss of death for the passion, but not in the case of Igor Polishchuk – he’s taken his love for classic Euro iron and turned it into the boundary-pushing insanity of CATuned Motorsports.
Join COMP Cams’ Valvetrain Engineering Group Manager Billy Godbold, as he discusses some of the challenges to selecting the correct camshaft for an application that will see street driving and track time — and how to balance performance between the two situations.
It takes years to truly understand how to tune and develop a vehicle’s suspension. While the process of developing suspension components is similar amongst all cars, what each car needs to display improved performance will be unique to that specific vehicle.