A wiser man than me once said, “before you even start looking to buy or build a full racecar, you should already have a truck and trailer.” I’m cheap though, like very cheap… so I didn’t like hearing that… Including … Continue reading 6 reasons to Tow to the track: Driving your race car to the track may be simple but is it worth the risks?
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.
The car you choose to drive on track may be the single most important factor in keeping an affordable track budget. Miata is not the only answer, but it is obviously the best answer (Though I may be slightly biased) … Continue reading Best Track Car on a budget – The 4 essential things to look for: Post 9
Just shut up and show up. Part2: Track Days Hopefully you already do track days, If not, what are you waiting for? Us track “regulars” have heard countless excuses from those “car people” friends who never seem to make it … Continue reading Sign up for a track day! It’s time for you to get involved, NOW (2/3)- Post 5:
Part1: Autocross There are plenty of forms of motorsports to make that jump from fan to driver. My own path started with autocross. Autocross is a great way to get started. While race tracks are usually far away from big … Continue reading Performance Driving – It’s time for you to get involved, NOW (1/3)- Autocross
One thing that is clear: We are in a golden era of club motorsports. Take advantage of it now, because who knows how long this will all last. Continue reading The No Money Motorsports Mission – Who I am and why I’m here