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Racing ICON and Legend Dan Gurney passes away

 Racing loses an icon. January 15th, 2018 Racing ICON and Legend Dan Gurney passes away. Dan Could drive successfully drive any type of race car. He was widely known as an innovator in car building  and for his observations  while racing and testing. We read one time how he could tell how a competitors chassis was handling by the blue haze that developed on tires at mid high speed turns. We've captured some of his different cars from google. The [...]

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Birch Run Speedway announces return of pro late models

Birch Run Speedway Announces return of Pro Late Model Division

Rules, Schedule and More Birch Run, Michigan (January 11, 2018):This is news we are very excited to be able to pass along. We have a long time affiliation, history and fondness for Birch Run Speedway (Formerly Dixie Motor Speedway) The 2018 racing season marks the return of house division racing to Birch Run Speedway & Event Center after a four and a half year absence. The house dates and rules have been set for the Pro Late Model division in [...]

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2017 Year in Review: Jon Parish Racing

What a journey! 2017 Was a year of accomplishment for our team at Jon Parish Racing. We had set out with specific goals in mind. With a lot of hard work, busted knuckles, late nights, early mornings, cold days, hot days and some real challenges, we got it done. We racked up our second Championship in 4 years racing. 2017 Year in Review has some great statistics for Jon. It had some big challenges. It had some heart breaks and [...]

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Tire Circumference

Tire Stagger – How to check it. When to touch it. When to leave it.

What exactly is Tire Stagger? Tire Stagger is the difference in tire circumference between the left and right side tires. Here in the United States we measure it in inches. On the front of the Chassis we measure the difference in size between the right front and left front tire. On the rear of the Chassis, we measure the size difference between the right rear tire and the left rear tire. When we are talking about tire stagger we are [...]

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How did you make out in the “Having to return gifts” department for Christmas?

Did you have to do the walk of shame back to the Store? I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that if you are a reader of our blog, that you are probably a man. It's not rocket appliances that most hi performance information seekers are men. I'm also going to go out on another limb here and say most men probably fall in the same category as myself. WE HATE STANDING IN LINE & [...]

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Circle Of Traction Theory

What is circle of traction theory? The circle of traction theory is a way to express how much traction is available for a given type of tire. The image above is a visual representation of the circle of traction. When you have a tire on the racing surface there is a certain contact patch that is generated between the tire and the surface depending on the load that the tire is asked to support. Tires have more traction available as [...]

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