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This shows WRR driver Mark Drennan in Battery Tender Mazda MX-5 Cup running a calculated rain race from 6th place to 1st over the course of three laps (separated by FCY) at Watkins Glen earlier this month.
There are people who make mistakes, won't admit to them, and don't learn from them. There are those who make mistakes, admit to them, and learn from them.
There are plenty of reasons to try "pro" racing. For me, a big reason was the challenge of racing against a large field with many very talented drivers.
This video is from Race 1 of the 2016 Battery Tender Global Mazda MX-5 Cup season held at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
My favorite racing number has always been 3, so with this being the third anniversary of Speed Secrets Weekly, I'm feeling pretty good.
We all know that physical fitness is critical to how well we perform when driving on the track, no matter what level or type of motorsport we're involved in.
As some of you may already know I make my living as a corporate pilot. I began my career as a flight instructor and I have taught hundreds of pilots everything from spin recovery and aerobatics all the way to multi engine instrument training.
WRR driver Corey Rueth shows that lucky timing on a start is helpful. He then avoids several crashes by hanging back just a tick as cars try insane moves like four wide in T5.
Starting a new season in a new race class is hard on the nerves. You're trying to figure out a new car, put together people who haven't work together while learning new tracks.
It's your first track day, and you're excited to finally be there. You may have the guts, but are you prepared to handle a road course?
See how intense the new MX-5 Cup series is in this double header of an archived IMSA broadcast along with experimental in-car livestream footage.
I have a love-hate relationship with cones. Over the past three-and-a-half decades, I've probably set up a few thousand "witches' hats" along the sides of race tracks - and then collected them up, stacked them, and loaded them into vans, trailers and trunks of cars.
We’re told smooth is fast, over and over again. But, there’s one area of performance and race driving where you might be too smooth.
Being a racecar driver presents many challenges, not the least of which is the difficulty of explaining it to others.
Here we run a Targa stage through a tiny village dating to the 17th century. HIghlights include our driver testing the first generation BMW ABS while narrowly avoiding a telephone pole.
Every time I hear a driver talk about karting as something that either kids do, or simply a step along the way to "real racing," I get frustrated.
By now the story is familiar: A young talent spends extensive time on road racing simulators. He (or she) gets pretty good and enters a simulator competition.
The engine roar of the world’s most exclusive cars signified an event of a lifetime on Thursday, March 31, at the Circuit of The Americas.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you know... it happens. I mean, bad stuff happens in our sport.