Data Acquisition:
aimsports.com/index.html

Shops/Builders:
www.cantrellmotorsport.com/index.html
www.fordahlmotorsports.com
www.awrracing.com
www.turnermotorsport.com/html/index.asp

Suspension:
www.ground-control-store.com/products/index.php
www.koniracing.com
performanceshock.com

High Performance Driver Education:
proformanceracingschool.com

Sanctioning Bodies/Race Series:
icscc.com
www.nwr-scca.org
scca.org/home.aspx
www.grand-am.com/rolex
www.norpacscca.org/NPhome.htm
www.konichallenge.com
www.starmazda.com
www.mx-5cup.com/index.php

Tires:
www.aimtire.com/typ_main.asp?ObjectID=528
www.tirerack.com/tires/tiretech/techpage.jsp?techid=144

Parts and Supplies:
www.pitpal.com
armadilloracing.com

Must read books:
Anything by Ross Bentley. His Speed Secrets series is simply the best information out there, containing valuable information and insights for the Novice and the experienced Pro alike.

Inside Racing Technology by Paul Haney and Jeff Braun. Out of print but worth the search.

Anything by Carroll Smith. I especially like his Engineer in Your Pocket pocket reference guide.

The Technique of Motor Racing by Piero Taruffi. Originally published in 1959, this is a great look at the era, its technology and the related techniques for getting the most out of it from inside the cockpit of one of the periods lesser known but none the less notable drivers. This was reprinted in 2000 and may still be available from Bentley Publishers. bentleypublishers.com

The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. OK so this is not about racing per se. It’s about life. Peter Egan of Road & Track says this is a must read book (“Just read it”). He is correct. www.harpercollins.com/book/index.aspx?isbn=9780061537936

 

 

 



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