What does it take to get on the track for the first time? That's the question fans have been asking us for months. G419's producer Craig Lieberman heads to Speed Ventures at Auto Club Speedway to gives us the run down of how novice drivers can get on the track. - Garage419
The Right First Sports Car - Garage419
Just got your license and want to get into racing? In part one of this
three part series Matt Farah takes you for a ride at Pocono Raceway. You
don't need 500hp to have fun at the track and the Mazda Speed3 and Chevy
Cobalt SS are proof.
Ferrari coming to a Walmart near you! - Garage419
Matt Farah and Noah Lehmann-Haupt of Gotham Dream Cars discuss how
standardization will take down F1 racing, how the economy will effect the
price of exotic cars, and why is a dealer giving away shares of GM stock
with every new vehicle purchase.
How to Get Your Racing License - Garage419
Matt Farah heads to Skip Barber at LimeRock to try and finally get his
racing license. Enjoy the third part in our series of starter sports cars
to full on race car driving.
2010 Subaru Outback on Street and Dirt
The Smoking Tire takes the all-new Subaru Outback to the highest point we
can find in hopes our customer-appreciation Balloon Launch will get some
free T-shirts into the hands of our viewers.
Silverstone Track Day - Mums Reaction
After the first video was so popular we decided to make a proper reaction
video! Here you go, the reaction in the modified fiesta st on the
Silverstone National Circuit for Trax 2013
Hope you enjoy!
Consistency -- How To Become a Better Track Day Driver -- Hooked On Driving
http://www.hookedondriving.com Driving consistent high-skill, high-quality
laps on the race track during a high performance driver education event or
racing is a key to success and dramatically reduces risk. Novice
performance drivers will commonly place "driving faster" as a higher priority over "driving
consistently" with disastrous results. You must use skills of concentration
and discipline—not pushing beyond YOUR personal skill limit—to
successfully drive consistent quality laps; and only then begin to fine
tune other skills such as maximizing use of the tire during corner entry
Hooked On Driving is a Performance Drivers School, hosting events across
the country; all you need is a car, tank of gas and need for speed.
How to prepare for your first track day / first autocross - Boosted Films
0:39 - Tires and Brakes
1:56 - Suspension
2:47 - Interior
3:19 - Under the hood
4:17 - Safety Equipment
5:23 - Be Prepared
6:45 - Pushing the Limits
9:23 - Connect with us
Read more here:
Brakes and Tires - Spend the money on good high temp brake fluid and good
racing brake pads especially if you are doing a lapping day/TT/HPDE.
Under the hood must dos: 1) Battery tie down. 2) No leaking fluids 3)
Positive battery terminal covered
Interior: Remove all loose items, including floor mats!
Safety: Have an Snell SA rated helmet. (Hans device recommended for big
Suspension: No modifications necessary, just needs to be in good operating
Cool Down laps: Use them!
Track Day RJ - Maio 2007
Track day realizado no que sobrou do autodromo *nacional Nelson Piquet no
Rio de Janeiro (Jacarepaguá)
evento: Mega Motor Show 2007
Data: 26 e 27 de maio
Edição: Andre Pittigliani
(*=corridas internacionais por enquanto o autodromo nao terá portanto
muda o titulo - e Viva o pan.......)
Skyline GT-R Heaven: 2009 Nissan GT-R Ultimate Road Trip | Edmunds.com
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It's been a long time coming, but there's a white 2009 Nissan GT-R in the
Inside Line Garage (we photographed it with our Ferrari to prove it). In
fact, the keys are in my pocket as I type this. Forgive me if this is a
short blog post, I'm itching to get on the road.
Here's the deal. The car is a PT2 unit, as in pre-production. And it's
right off of Nissan's Arizona proving grounds. Nissan engineer Bruce
Robinson drove it west from that facility yesterday. According to him the
car runs great but has a tendency to drool a little fuel down the side of
the car when you fill it up. He also said we should invest in a case of
octane Booster. "We recommend 93,
but it'll run on 91," he said. "I'd stop and get a few bottles."
And we will.
We officially leave Los Angeles for the Inside Line Ultimate GT-R Road Trip
early tomorrow morning, so check back and follow along as we drive this
all-wheel drive supercar 3,000 miles in three days. First day's
destination? Well, we plan on hitting the El Mirage drylake for some top
end runs. Then we'll turn north and find our way to Sacramento Dragway for
a Wednesday night of grudge match drag racing. We hope to get there about 5
If you live in the area of the California capital city come on out. We'll
even let you sit in the car while you tell us how much you love Inside
Line. If you can't make it, keep checking this page for blogs, photos and
video of our adventure.
Scott Oldham, Inside Line Editor in Chief