In racing, action cameras have gone from rare, to regular, to required. General track days do not require cameras, but more and more people are using them. While I personally think they are little more than an unneeded distraction for … Continue reading 4 Reasons to use your cell phone to record track video, and how to overcome any minor issues.
This week we’re doing something a bit different. We have a guest writer: NASA Honda Challenge Racer, Volunteer extraordinaire, and generally nice guy Steve Simmons shared his love story with his spare toy/tow vehicle, Jeep Grand Cherokee. Enjoy The … Continue reading Post 19: Steve’s Cheep Jeep
My last post may have been surprising to many of my readers… How could a blog about not spending money possibly suggest buying new or nearly new SUV’s for at least $30,000-60,000+? Let’s get back to our roots with this … Continue reading Towing to the track with an Older SUV or Van
Most of my beginner level posts have centered on my: “Just shut up and drive” mantra. Even if you have an affordable track car, track day entry fees are not small change at around $300 per day. Becoming an instructor … Continue reading Become an HPDE Instructor; help the sport and get rewarded with track time.
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