Although being out there on race day is fun, having to suffer through driving rain or glaring sun isn’t. RacingJunk has taken a look at vehicle sunshades/umbrellas from a number of companies to help you decide which one is right for you.
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Improper weight distribution in your race car can make your car dive like a dump truck. Get it right and your car launches down the corner, hits that hard hairpin just right and holds the corner at full throttle.
Today’s Cool Car Find is this quirky fast Mopar dragster.
We got the chance to chat with Ross Berlanga of JE Pistons on their Masters of Motors Competition that was launched at SEMA this year.
I’ve spent most of my downtime over the past few months checking out car-related channels on YouTube. Of the ones I keep going back to, three stand out.
Learn how to set up one of the most vital parts of your engine.
Last issue, we took a detailed look at the different ways to actually build an aluminum radiator. Something else you should ponder is if a rad company is actually a manufacturer or just an assembler.
We’re not quite done with false impressions when it comes to radiators: Some companies offer radiators configured as a double-pass or triple-pass design, and while that sounds impressive, the name can be a little misleading.
In the big picture, it’s pretty clear that aluminum makes for a better radiator, but there’s even more to the technology.
When the dog days of summer roll around, you’ll be quick to think of the radiator in the nose of your car.