Racecar communication systems provide an undeniable competitive advantage. I went forward with piecing together a cheap system for less than $150 total, a fraction a cost of the name brand kits. Continue reading How to build a Budget friendly race radio setup – 3 Essential pieces to get going for WAY less than you think
Adding a car-to-car and car-to-spotter communication system is something that can both make racing even more fun, and give you a real competitive advantage. Common race radio setups are incredibly expensive, I was able to piece together a full, … Continue reading 6 Reasons why race radios are worth the money: Post 12
One way I’ve kept my car hobby on budget is by creating new income sources. My background is in fine art. My “day job” is teaching high school art. As long as I have been able to pick up a … Continue reading Fund your Hobby with a Related Side-Hustle
Last week’s post about hand-cutting your own vinyl got some really good feedback so I thought a “Part II” would be appropriate. I heard from some people who have cutters and love them, I was also called crazy for taking … Continue reading Cutting your own racing numbers from Vinyl: Part II
The coffee “brake” is a shorter midweek post with random content, whether it’s a question for you, a some news, some cool artwork, or maybe a burnout video. This week’s Coffee Brake: Have some extra vinyl leftover? Why not do … Continue reading Coffee Brake – Wrap your own helmet with leftover Vinyl
Post 7: Save money by cutting your own Vinyl. There are tons of ways to spend your hard earned cash when preparing a car for the track whether it’s your first HPDE day or you are building a full race … Continue reading Cut your own Vinyl Racing Numbers, save money!