The editorial staff at Turbo is happy to announce that we will be taking a much more active roll on the content side of turbomagazine.com. Unfortunately, this means a lot more work, but it's all for you. The look of the site has been updated and I look to do some tweaking as we move forward. To get the ball rolling, we will be running enhanced content articles, which consist of the article as it appeared in the magazine and additional photography or a side bar or two. We will run some articles straight from the magazine with no additions and eventually we hope to run Web-exclusive material as things unfold. When you see the icon (pictured on this page), you can count on finding additional coverage on turbomagazine.com.
The big change will be what we are calling "the grand experiment." It debuts in this issue and centers around how we will be approaching race coverage. We have elected to run ladder charts and the like online in order to open the pages of Turbo magazine to more track and behind-the-scenes action. Magazine coverage will include mini-features on some of the more interesting cars and possibly people at the event. Let us know what you think.
World Import ChallengeThe $100,000 World Import Challenge is coming up at light speed. The three-day event will happen June 8-10 at Houston Raceway Park. It is slated to be seen on ESPN2 and Speedvision, as well as in the pages of Turbo. For more info, call (305) 436-0996.