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Considering the fact that half your inputs behind the wheel are going to be translated through your gloves, if you want to ensure that the car is getting the right messages, it pays to have some great racing gloves.
I love watching a driver who's driving with confidence. The difference between one with confidence, and one without, is obvious - you see it in the passing maneuvers, the way a corner is attacked, and even by the way the driver holds his head in the cockpit.
There are pro race drivers who dreamed of doing what they're doing for most of their life, and have worked hard at getting there.
For first time ever Mazda Motorsports, in a collaborative effort with Long Road Racing, has developed and will be selling race-ready MX-5 Cup cars straight from the company’s factory in Hiroshima.
It’s been six weeks since we introduced the Challenger Hellcat into Winding Road’s garage as a long term tester and it has been smooth sailing thus far with no mechanical abnormalities to report.
Something like this has probably happened to you: you’re watching the 24 Hours Of Le Mans and the Porsche 919 is in first place overall driven by Nick Tandy.
Whether it's the Indy 500, the SCCA Runoffs, your final run at an autocross, or any other one-off big event, performing at your best when it counts is not easy.
This week we're onboard with Team Winding Road Racing driver Tom Martin III in Winding Road Racing’s 2006 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car for Race 1 of Group 10 / Modern GT in the HAWK Internation Challenge at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.
The rollout of Mazda’s all-new fourth generation sports car has been an exercise in patience. Years of anticipation led into a series of teasers that often provided little detail, if any.
If you're an avid football fan, you can't go play a fun game of football in your favorite team's stadium.
You know, it would be so much easier if we could just set our tire pressures, select any old set of springs and dampers, and just drive the car.
Companies from all over the automotive landscape are increasingly replacing sheer displacement with forced-induction in a bid to reduce emissions and improve gas mileage.
Ride along with Frank Montecalvo of Highlands, N.J. in the No. 66 Bayshore Racing DragonSpeed Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS GT3 as he battles his way through the field in Race 2 of the GTA class event at Road America on June 27th, 2015.
The old adage that one should never meet their heroes has far-reaching implications. It suggests that the image we build up in our minds is without flaw.
If you had to guess, how many compromises do you make in just one lap? You know, trading off speed in one part of the track to gain in another?
This week we take you behind the wheel of the new Shelby GT350R Mustang with Ford factory driver Steve Thompson behind the wheel.
This week we’re at the helm of Audi’s mid-sized sports sedan, the A6.
Metal-to-metal contact seems to happen at every race weekend. Sometimes the consequences are minor (we’ve seen lots of tire rubber on fenders) and sometimes the consequences involve major damage to one or more cars.
Time for a little history lesson, along with solving a mystery. This week, E. Paul Dickinson covers a topic that I hadn't previously put much thought into, but then wondered about.
Chris Ruckman contacted me a few weeks ago to share his thoughts about the use of simulators, and the challenge of instructing drivers who have spent time using them.