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  • Ways To Lighten Your Car Without Sacrificing Integrity

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on June 14th, 2013 | Comments Off

    Most performance enthusiasts will tell you that a lighter car usually equates to a faster ride. Here are some ways that you can lighten your car without sacrificing its overall integrity.

    When you are looking to lighten the curb weight of your car, the wheels should be at the top of your agenda. Lightweight wheels help your car to accelerate faster when coming out of the corners. The best part is that your will be just as safe as before.

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    The Importance Of Your Tires And Tire Pressure

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on April 10th, 2013 | Comments Off

    Many motorists do not realize how carefully tire tread and sidewall designs are perfected with exacting tire pressures in mind.

    Many drivers invest in high-performance tires only to give away that performance by either under-inflating or over-inflating their tires. For example, in hard cornering, under-inflated tires will be too soft to provide the firm edge that the tire would have had if it was properly inflated. In a worst case scenario, it will prematurely lose its grip, and skidding will result.

    Over-inflated tires will wear too fast in the center of the tread. Under-inflated

    Driving Tips for the Racers Off the Track

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on December 20th, 2012 | Comments Off

    We spend so much time talking about racers and racing that it’s sometimes hard to forget that there’s a world outside of racing. A world where you really can’t afford to drive like a racer.

    Today, I wanted to spend some time talking about the dangers of taking that kind of racing attitude off the racetrack. You see, there’s a time and place for everything and the time and place for racing is on the track – not on civilian roads with other drivers and their families all trying to get where they need to go.

    Hundreds of lives are lost every year to reckless driving and it’s a real shame since these are the lives lost that could have ultimately been avoided. Being first at the Wendy’s drive thru or making a Black Friday deal just isn’t worth it when lives are put on the line.

    Unfortunately, it’s something that we all too often forget when we’re in the heat of the moment. So here’s something else you can chew on.

    Aside from the obvious incentive of safety, there’s a financial perk to not zipping around carelessly. Whenever you are cited by the police for dangerous driving, that’s a strike against you on your insurance and that can have some serious, financial ramifications down the road. There are plenty of insurance sites and comparative provider services like geico vs travelers that can tell you more.

    Seriously, we love racing as much as the next guy. We made an entire site about it! But save it for the track.

    Tips To Get More Out Of A Four Cylinder

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on July 23rd, 2012 | Comments Off

    Are you looking for tips to get more out of a four cylinder? Four cylinder engines are tougher to build performance compared to six and eight cylinders because of displacement. The performance of higher cylinder vehicles can be increased easier because those types of engines transfer more air through the motor. This results in higher performance particularly horsepower and torque. Here are few tips that can help you boost performance in your 4 cylinder. One thing you can do

    Navigating Hairpin Turns Like A Pro

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on July 10th, 2012 | Comments Off

    The fun of going through a hairpin turn with as much speed as you and your machine can handle is a real thrill. In racing of any kind it is more than a thrill, it is mandatory to have the skills necessary to do this.
    There are some basics that can help you in any curve or corner with any type of vehicle. First you have to be very much in-tune with the condition that your

    A New Reason To Love Mathematics

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on June 25th, 2012 | Comments Off

    There is a new reason to love mathematics; mathematics powers the design of race cars! A lot of people that take regular math courses in grammar school never learn to appreciate mathematics for the various things that it does. It is often later in college, when a student takes applied math courses, that a young person is able to appreciate the many applications of modern mathematics.

    Race cars are powered by math, because they are created through careful engineering. Everything that is designed and engineered is done so through the careful use of calculus, geometry, physics, and

    How To Enter Your Car Into Amateur Races

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on June 12th, 2012 | Comments Off

    If you have long been passionate about the sport of racing you may be delighted to discover that the chance to participate may be easier than you ever imagined. By entering your personal vehicle into amateur races you can enjoy the chance to drive the track like a pro. With the fun and excitement that can be found driving even daily commuter vehicles you will be sure to enjoy the experience.

    If you drive a high performance vehicle or a sports car taking the opportunity to see what it can do when pushed to the limit can be a

    How The Economy Affects The Racing Industry

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on May 29th, 2012 | Comments Off

    The current state of the economy will have an impact on every aspect of our lives as it will affect every sector of every industry. The auto racing industry is no exception. For starters, there is the price of gasoline, No, its not the gas that runs the racing cars we need to worry about. They use a different kind of fuel. The price of gas that fans and spectators pay at the pump is what me mean. When the

    How To Build An Entry Level Race Car

    by www.imaracing.com in Uncategorized | Posted on May 26th, 2012 | Comments Off

    Race cars have been a favorite pastime for many families but some take on the task of building a race car. Of the many important factors in race cars the top one is speed. Other factors to consider are shape, weight, wheels, running, lubrication and axles. The first step is a map out a design on paper to get a preview of what is to be built. Second step is to gather tools like goggles, file, saw, drill, polish, sand paper and decals. Carefully cut out the car shape and use templates if

    How To Turn Tighter Corners Faster

    by admin in Uncategorized | Posted on May 24th, 2012 | Comments Off

    In racing every second counts. The slightest delay can mean the difference between first and second place. The driver who understands and employs proper techniques to turning tighter corners faster can shave several seconds off their overall time giving them an enormous advantage.

    The exterior approach is often implemented. This involves the driver getting in the far right lane when approaching a corner on the track. To quickly execute a ninety degree angle, the driver should approach in the right hand lane, cut through the actual corner by grazing as close

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