We all love racing and track day videos, but setting up cameras in our race cars is usually a last-minute rush job… Too many other things to do first! Sometimes we get lucky and happen to choose a good camera angle and settings, but more often we end up not seeing all of the action because our camera setup wasn’t optimal. So, after years of many of us learning the hard way and missing out…"Race Car Video Setup"
A few tips for heading out to a road course track day… Prepare Yourself: Have the right info. Different organizations run track events differently, so make sure you’re aware of their rules, drivers meeting time / location, and other expectations. Seriously, don’t miss the drivers meeting or any required “download” / classroom sessions. Show up early. You don’t want to be “that guy” or miss out on track time. Have a suitable helmet and…"Track Day Prep Tips"
We had an awesome weekend at La Junta with NASA Rocky Mountain! After a long stressful week of pulling all-nighters to get our cars ready for wheel-to-wheel racing, some of which ended up being race legal but still not quite finished, we had the first ever Front4 W2W race on Saturday afternoon! It was the first of four races this weekend, so there was plenty of opportunity for rematches once we learned our competitors’ strategies.…"Results from La Junta (May, 2018)"
Instead of replacing an Integra’s engine with another B18 (1.8L), several of us have opted for a B20 (2.0L) from the first generation Honda CR-V. These engines tend to be easier to find in good condition, are potentially less expensive, and of course they make more power and torque due to being larger displacement. We’ve learned a few things along the way, and hope that this will save you some time and frustration: Basic…"Honda B20 Engine Info & Tips"