There are several reasons why the Englishtown, New Jersey track is a firm favorite of most racers. The facility is first rate and the track always hooks up well, thanks to expert preparation. The sea-level altitude and favorable weather conditions ensure that a racecar will always run at its best an
True story: The day I turned 16, I went into the local DMV and took my driver's license exam. I scored 100 percent, which matched the equally impressive perfect score I managed on the written test. As a testament to my obvious driving skill, I proceeded to log three speeding tickets in my first thre
A friend recently sent me a link to an article posted on AAA's Web site. For those of you not familiar with it, AAA is an enormous, roadside-assistance organization. You know, you breakdown, you call, the tech comes and shows your ass how to put gas in your car or tows you home. And it conveniently
It might sound like the Camcon got its name from a futuristic sci-fi flick, but this product has nothing to do with hostile planets or epic battles. So what does it do, then? It's the first affordable non-standalone control unit for Toyota and Honda's variable valve timing systems. It works with bot
It's easy to forget the basic reasons why we race when we are thrashing like stuck pigs in the heat of competition. After long hours in the shop getting your car ready and driving endless miles to get to an event, the stress level can reach critical levels, especially if you are fighting problems wi
When a turbo'd wide-body vehicle comes along that's as clean as Richard Del Rosario's, Turbo can't take photos just anywhere. But finding a prime location to shoot a car in Los Angeles during rush hour is like trying to find a clean condom in an Amsterdam whorehouse.