There was a big race this week and I was not able to get to it. Some of the guys I had breakfast with the next day were at WIR. Of course I wanted to know who won and what happened. I got a good recap but it was not the same as being there.
Do you have big work projects? I know many of you do. I think of those projects that seem impossible. I have seen some huge buildings go up in downtown Madison. They take years to build. But there is vital attention to detail. A mistake early can be costly. Every step of the way there
How far off can you be in setting the air pressure and still have a fast car? How about how far off square can you be and still get the car to turn? How far off can you be on the gear and still be competitive? Or the brakes in stopping? How far off can
An older driver gave a struggling young driver some great advice on setup and the entry and exit of the turners before practice. The crew got to work and the driver ran the fastest he has ever gone. The old driver came to him and the young driver said, “Thank you” and the older driver
First, our hearts go out to the World of Outlaw series, the Johnson family and friends, Beaver Dam racing community and all those involved in last week’s fatality. The other night one of the guys queued the mic for his head set and gave some instructions to the drivers. No one did a thing. So
I have been asked about my favorite track to be at. That is an easy one. “It has to be, ah, wait maybe, oh and there also is…” I can list off tracks throughout out Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa that I really like. Each of them has something special, unique that makes them cool. I