Our last post, Buying used Safety Gear: Which items are worth it, and which to avoid discussed used safety gear. Still have questions? I reached out to David Phillips at Race Image with a few more questions about Used Racing Suits: Is … Continue reading Important Information about buying Used Racing Suits: -An Interview with Race Image
Is used safety gear a dangerous, hot, stinky mistake, or savvy way to save a lot of cash? I break down 6 different items and whether you should look for pre owned models or just buy new Continue reading Buying used Safety Gear: Which items are worth it, and which to avoid: Post 33
Budget Racing Gear Shopping List Need safety gear but overwhelmed with the options? You can ask friends, try on their gear, go to speed shops… Or just use this guide. This post is a simple shopping list with a few … Continue reading Budget Racing Gear Shopping List – The 7 Essential items you need to go Wheel to Wheel Racing: Post 32
One thing you may notice with racing equipment is that they often don’t have a warranty, it is hard to find, or the warranty listed isn’t very good. I’d assume that this is mostly as a form of liability insurance … Continue reading Coffee Brake: Customer Service saves the day with a glove issue
It is possible to go wheel-to-wheel racing while staying at or below $1,500 for all your gear: Without compromising safety. Continue reading The Budget Safety Gear YOU need for Track Days and Racing: Post 31
Do you need Drilled, Slotted, or Smooth Brake rotors for your car? Don’t get caught up in the hype and make the mistake of buying the wrong type for your car. We go over the function, pros, and cons of each option. Continue reading Drilled, Slotted, or Smooth Rotors- What is best for you? Post 30
When is it time to replace cracked brake rotors? If you’re ever in the mall parking lot and see a stickered up car that looks like a track car… A peek at the brake rotors may be one way to … Continue reading Heat Checking- When it’s time to replace your brake rotors: Post 29
Monday’s post was why you shouldn’t modify your car before going to the track. Instead your time and money may be better spent on doing track days and keeping up with regular maintenance. Brake pads and fluid fall into the … Continue reading Coffee Brake: Check your brake pads
The Spec Miata Post: Is Spec Miata the BEST class in racing? I think so. Is it perfect? Certainly not, but there is SO much going for it. You can get great competition and great bang for your buck. To … Continue reading 5 Reasons why Spec Miata is the best class in budget racing… maybe ALL racing.
In racing, action cameras have gone from rare, to regular, to required. General track days may not require cameras, but more and more people are using them. For an outright beginner, a camera can be an unneeded distraction, but they … Continue reading 4 Reasons to use your cell phone to record track video, and how to overcome any minor issues.