Relaxation Breathing routines are taught in yoga and relaxation training. They are recommended for a new driver who may be nervous in the early stages of getting licensed to drive a fast racer. One breathing routine is to exhale for a longer time period than the time for inhaling. For example, inhale for a count […]
One of our book customers, Mike Chilando, Alkydigger’s Parts and Pieces recently expanded his website to include great racing FI technical references with a lot of info that is additional to our books. Click on http://www.alkydigger.net/technicalinfo.php for access. Thanks for your efforts & enthusiasm, Mike. I believe anyone in the racing community who accesses this […]
All race vehicles start out with a new driver at some point in their lives. The following are a couple items to help that unknown:
We used a simple fuel pressure gauge with a peak hold needle to record our highest fuel pressure value from a run. The gauge is an all stainless, bottom 1/4NPT pipe, glycerin filled gauge with a maximum indicating needle. Glycerin filling is needed to dampen the needles from racer vibrations. Stainless is needed for resistance […]
Racing class rules put compeditors on the purchasing race to buy the latest parts within the rules, and those parts are often expensive. The economy is disabling more competitors in that race. So we looked at No-Rules Outlaw engine combos for more power without expensive parts.
– free air density forecast for USA racetracks: airdensityonline.com/tracks/ – free air density calculator for anywhere: airdensityonline.com/free-calcs/
Jennifer here. I am the webmaster for this site. I am pleased to announce a new project I’ve been developing on the side and I hope it can be useful to a lot of racers out there. I have built a new website that takes real-time weather data and uses it to calculate air density, […]