Justin Banner posted on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 4:50 PM
by Justin Banner and Kerryann De La Cruz
It's SEMA time and everyone is in that last minute rush! We'll take you behind the scenes with Ford Racing Performance Parts and Garrett Turbo! First, Jesse Kershaw of Ford Racing Performance Products joins us to talk about FRPP at SEMA. Then Yukio Taira of Garrett Turbo will talk about the cars and products we can look forward to coming in the next year. He may bring along a plus one of Danny George. Maybe. We look forward to that and we'll also have some quick news and notes of the week all on MotoIQ Radio. Got comments or questions tonight? Use hashtag #motoiqradio on Facebook!
Connor Harrison posted on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 8:00 PM
by Rally America
Houghton, MI (October 21, 2014) -- Subaru Rally Team USA's David Higgins and Craig Drew outlasted the competition and the wet stage conditions to take victory at the Lake Superior Performance Rally (LSPR) on October 17-18, 2014 in Houghton, MI.
Pablo Mazlumian posted on Sunday, October 26, 2014 12:13 PM
Colin Holte posted on Thursday, October 23, 2014 12:02 AM
Wanna watch video of Mike geeking out over suspension on the GTChannel/MotoIQ Scion SEMA Tuner Challenge FR-S? Silly Question. Of course you do! Click inside for Episode 1 from GTChannel where Mike details the selection rationale for the parts placed on the car.
Per Schroeder posted on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 3:49 PM
Sometimes the best roadtrips arise from happy accidents. Maybe “accident” is the wrong word choice when talking about a drive in a car, but nonetheless, random happenings make for the best trips. One such bit of randomness got me on the best roads in the country with a set of tires that needed to be worn out before they were thrown away.
Martin Gonzales posted on Monday, October 20, 2014 5:01 AM
by Martin Gonzales
With day one of competition in the books, it was now time for the final showdown to commence at Sydney Motorsports Park. Scorch Racing was at the top of the Pro Class leaderboard, with MCA and Tilton nipping at their heels less than a second behind. And who could have predicted that a Pro-Am car would be at the top of the overall rankings!? PMQ Racing's Evo blistering time of 1:25.27 was the talk of the paddock at the end of Friday's competition schedule and fans and teams alike we're anxious to witness what would happen on the final day of the 2014 World Time Attack Challenge.
Martin Gonzales posted on Sunday, October 19, 2014 10:53 AM
The World Time Attack Challenge has come a long way since its initial running back in 2008 when it was simply an Australian time attack event. WTAC has grown from a national event to one of the most anticipated time attack events in the world. The formula has been a very simple one, provide a venue and the means for the fastest time attack machines in the world to compete while giving fans a wide variety of motorsport related activities to enjoy. The level of competition at WTAC is on a completely different level than we're used to seeing in the states. Couple that with an extremely passionate fan base and there is no surprise why the WTAC has earned a permanent spot in our event calendar.
Martin Gonzales posted on Friday, October 17, 2014 8:07 AM
Your nerd herd may have missed last year's World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC), but thanks to the amazing team over at BorgWarner we are heading back down under! We can't begin to tell you just how excited we are to be making the trip over to Sydney Motorsports Park again, as this event has really made a mark in the the time attack world. Every past WTAC has been filled with excitement and controversy, and there's no reason to think this year would be any different. Will the Tilton Evo defend its title? Or will a brand new unheard of team emerge victorious? And the million dollar question on the minds of all MotoIQ fans around the world, would the Ark Designs BNR32 turn some competitive laps?
Colin Holte posted on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 11:10 PM
The racing environment is an excellent arena for the development of new technology, as it allows for components and systems to be exposed to extreme operating conditions in a controlled environment, and offers a competitive venue that rewards anything that improves performance. Enhanced acceleration, braking, handling, and fuel economy are all properties that are highly valued both on and off the racetrack. To that end, let us introduce the Polystrand GT-Lite Project, a tool designed to allow us to experiment with thermoplastic composite suspension design.
Frank Ewald posted on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 11:57 AM