Become an Automotive Tomb-Raider of the Highest Order.
By Alex Vendler
A simple how to on getting the most out of the self service automotive junkyard. Why you can't afford not to shop at these vast expanses of car part opportunity.
By Khiem Dnih
It started off like any other chat conversation (note: actual words may have been modified from the original text in order to fit the screen and time allotment)
Khiem: Yo Martin, what's happenin man?
Martin: Workin. What's up with you?
Khiem: I need to take the S2k out for a track day in cold weather.
Martin: Oh yeah? I need to take the SE-R out. Speed Trial USA has a day coming up at Streets.
Khiem: Perfect! How much power does that SE-R make...
By Bill Wood
The Dakar Rally is underway in South America. We get some reaction to The Dakar adventure from a rally legend who won longer events in his career. And we talk with an American who all but won the event in a prestigious career with Volkswagen in Africa and South America. It's another week of Winners, Champions and Legends on Tech House & Speed!
By Efrain Olivares
While no doubt some of you have heard of the 24 Hours of Daytona, I'm guessing far fewer have heard of the GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series. Which is too bad, because the cars are pretty damn cool and the racing is ultra competitive. Even in our world of attention spans that are stretched by five-lap RallyCross events, plenty of excitement can be found in sports car racing – which, at their shortest, are two hours and forty-five minutes.
By GT Channel
http://gtchannel.com for more car videos. Join Chris Forsberg as he goes to Japan to discover the roots of Drifting. Also, see a young Daijiro Yoshihara drifting on his home turf! What is Drifting? It's about style. It's about speed. It's about execution. It's about car control. Formula Drift is a look at the sport, from the view of the drivers and the crews that make the cars drift. There is no clock and there is no finish line.
By Eric Hsu
Part 2 of the Garage Revolution's Time Attack FD is after the jump. Since Jeff took over 800 pictures of this car, we had to pick the best of them and split the story into two parts. If you want to build the ultimate time attack car, study the following pages carefully and absorb the buffness that is the Garage Revolution FD RX-7.
By Bill Wood
There's no way to describe The Dakar Rally other than to say it's an adventure. In every definition of the word and concept, it's an adventure. It's even an adventure to follow. Sure there's enormous competition between man and machine but the largest competition is between man and the elements, the actual matrix in which the competition takes place. There's nothing like it in the competitive world. Not even the Tour de France experiences such extremes in competition with entrants and competition with the environment.
Project G20 Racecar: AEM AQ-1 Data Logger Install
By Steve Rockwood
My memory is horrible. Outside of which landmarks to aim for, my recollection of what I just did to nail that last corner just right is downright absent, and I couldn't really even tell you if it actually was nailed just right. Peak coolant temp on that last session? Hell if I know, seemed fine when I bothered to look at it. A/F ratios? The guy behind me said I shot flames on decel, so rich would be my guess. Intake temps? No clue. The fact is, there's a lot going on inside a racecar, and it requires a whole hell of a lot more of my attention than I can give. Enter the AEM AQ-1 Data Logger.
All Eyes on David Cheng
by Ashley van Dyke
David Cheng is quickly becoming an international racing superstar with a successful start already and an increasingly opportunistic future in the works. Cheng was born in 1989, in China where he spent the first six years of his childhood before moving to Washington. This is where his early interest in motor sports began. A self-titled adrenaline junkie, Cheng remembers his passion for racing beginning at age four when he saw a glimpse of a Formula One race on the television set.