Ben Baker of AFCO Racing gives us a crash course on dirt track shock technology. Read here how crucial your shock package is to your success on the dirt track.
Keeping up with the fast-changing developments in piston design can be challenging for the engine builder. Trey McFarland of Mahle Motorsports answers questions about topics like piston speed, coatings and materials.
Because of the stacked entry list, choosing a winner of the 2013 Dream can be a difficult decision. But we’ve gathered our experts here at OneDirt.com and decided to give it a try.
Our Editor looks back at a personality that helped shape NASCAR into what it is today. Dick Trickle loved racing so much that he wouldn’t let his age, his habits, or anyone else tell him it was time to give it up.
Check out our complete photo gallery and recap from the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Outlaw Showdown at the Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The few brave competitors that attempt to make every event in the 2013 UMP Summer Nationals (The Hell Tour), will be faced with a daunting task of competing in 31 events over the span of 39 days.
We take a look at the advantages of running a wet sump oil system and the advancements in wet sump technology with the experts at Peterson Fluid Systems and Moroso Performance Products.
Kevin Thomas Jr. would take the $5,000 feature win at Tri-State Speedway to earn his third straight Amsoil USAC National Sprint Car Series victory after a late miscue by Robert Ballou opened the door for Thomas to regain the lead.
While cylinder head porting receives most of the attention, valve design is also important. After all, there’s no greater restriction in performance intake systems than the traditional poppet valve. Ferrea gives EngineLabs advice on selecting the right valve and insight into understanding airflow around the valve.
Changing an engine can be a very frustrating process, not to mention messy and time consuming. Which is one reason many vehicles within the Power Automedia garage are equipped with Jiffy-Tite fittings. Check out our list of 10 cool ways to use Jiffy-Tite Fittings with your vehicle.
Ever since the 2001 Daytona 500, when we witnessed the tragic death of legendary Dale Earnhardt, head and neck restraint (HNR) systems have been commonplace in racing. Many believe driver fatalities are on the decline, but is that really the case? Read here how a HNR device could save your life.
The cost of 410 and 360 sprint car racing has been growing at an alarming rate for many years which has driven many drivers and team owners away from the sport. However, 305 sprint car racing is gaining momentum as it gives many the chance to go sprint car racing on a budget many can afford.
Imagine for seven days getting to see the best open wheel drivers in the country, some of the most historic venues in Indiana, and some of the most competitive racing in the world every night! Who wouldn’t want to burn a little over of a week of vacation days to experience it?
Join us a detailed look at Dynotech’s range of steel, aluminum, carbon fiber, and even carbon fiber-wrapped aluminum driveshafts with their own Steve Raymond, discussing everything from how a carbon fiber driveshaft is made to how you can go best go about selecting the right driveshaft for your needs.
To close out their annual west coast swing, The World Of Outlaws Sprint Car Series put a $10,000 winner’s check up for grabs at the historic Perris Auto Speedway. See the complete results and photo gallery here.
Many have fallen victim to fighting ignition issues because they don’t properly understand ignition systems and how they work. Instead of constantly fighting this battle or paying someone to work on your ignition, many misfires can be solved by looking back at the basics of an ignition system.
Not all starters are created equal. Knowing how much torque is needed to crank a high compression engine is one of the keys to selecting a high output starter.
Flat-tappet camshafts are still popular in many markets, especially for budget-minded builds and racing classes where rules dictate their use. Here’s a closer look into the use of both solid and hydraulic flat-tappet lifters and tips for improving performance.
NASCAR makes our Editor extremely thankful that dirt track sanctioning bodies have allowed drivers to voice their opinion on issues within dirt track racing.
There’s no denying how passionate David Cardey is about open wheel racing. But in our first racer column he addresses how dirt racing as a whole doesn’t receive much respect and deserves a lot more credit within the motorsports industry. Will you agree with all his thoughts?