Monthly Archives: May 2012


The Boringification of NASCAR: A love story 2

There are many who would argue that NASCAR is boring. They would argue that its drivers lack broad motor racing skill. They would argue that it’s simplistic, too drawn-out, too informed by antiquated Southern tradition. I would disagree. Except for the part about it being boring. NASCAR is its own […]


The best simple upgrades for your daily driver – Part III: Handling

You know what really annoys me? Someone who tailgates in a straight line, then falls about a mile back when the road curves even a little bit, then blows by when it straightens out again. Indeed, as any real car guy (or girl) will tell you there is a large […]