Here is the schedule for the Weekly Motorsports Pick’em. All information about rules and participating are on that link. This is not an Oppositelock member only event, anybody can participate. Prize info also on link.
Welcome to the free Weekly Racing Pick’em! In this league, you will compete against many others, picking drivers each race in various forms of motorsports. It’s easy! Each race, you will pick who you think will make the podium and qualify first (Scoring System Below). The Series’ included in this competition are…
Ran the car again at a SFR event on saturday. Way better this time, worked on cutting distance and being a bit smoother on my throttle control. Still have to work on being smoother, but overall I feel like I am starting to get a handle on this car. I had our local mustang/cobra hotshoe(and i believe Nationals champ)…
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Björn Annwall has been appointed as the new head of Marketing, Sales and Services of Volvo Cars, replacing Alain Visser, who has moved to marketing and sales for Geely. If you may remember, Alain Visser was the spearhead of the infamous decision last December that Volvo would pull out of motorsports. At the time, he…
I had the privilege to, for likely the only time in my life, communicate with triple world champion Sir Jackie Stewart. Few men, if any, have been greater or more effective advocates for safety in Formula 1. Being a transportation safety professional, I was eager to ask him about F1's current safety programs. I…
So, although I’ve drag raced many times, I’ve never driven on a road course. I had also never dreamed about passing an Aventador at a track either.
Yesterday’s Moto3 Dutch Grand Prix featured an unreal save by rider Niklas Ajo, as the Finn kept his KTM upright despite being tossed wildly off the track—and then crossed the finish line without actually being on the bike. This seems physically impossible:
Okay, so I’m not allowed to post on Black Flag(been blocked), but I’d like to show everyone what I’d use as an example of the “Most 1990’s Racecar” as referenced here in this post.
History repeats itself. Yesterday, there was a completely preventable death on a racetrack. The fatal crash was the result of a series of mistakes and bad decisions that compounded into tragedy.
I thought I’d share some of the pictures I took when I visited Canepa Design last summer. They have some really nice cars, but I only had a cell phone camera so I apologize in advance that the pictures aren’t the best. I messed around on lightroom on them so... enjoy.
Fabio Costa and Carlos Neto were, without a doubt, one of the highlights of last weekend's Rally in the 100 Acre Wood. These guys were flying on every corner at every spectator point.
The 2015 Rally in the 100 Acre Wood (100AW) lived up to the hype. Ice and heavy snow made conditions tricky during the two-day event. Here's how it all went down.
I'm working up an article and I might as well crowd source some fact checking here so I don't miss anything — what was the most successful individual chassis in 24 hours of le mans history?
Last Saturday I went to the Show-Me Rally, a regional Rally America event held in Potosi, Missouri, and took a whole bunch of photos. Here are some of my favorites:
Way back in 2001 I attended my first rally race. The Rim Of The World Rally was run by the SCCA and is part of the ProRally championship, which was discontinued in 2005. I went to Palmdale on the first day and saw the Special Stage, on a parking lot and adjoining dirt lot in front of the the Holiday Inn, and then the…