The Great Model-T Race

The Great Model-T Race For those who follow and are interested in the National Parks, you might notice a lot more focus has been put on Glacier National Park in Montana of late. Not that it hasn’t always been a desirable and popular park to visit, it’s that all of a sudden, or so it... Read more »

The Pandemic and the Automobile World

I was invited to tune in on a webinar presented by the Center for Automotive Research entitled “Coronavirus Update: Disruption and the Impact to the Auto Industry.” Two of the speakers covered what impact the latest world health scare has had thus far on the automotive industry; both here and abroad. They hit on some... Read more »

A Champion on the Track

A Champion on the Track
The racing world lost one of the greats, Bob Bondurant who died at age 88. Bob began winning races on the international level, went on to teaching perspective drivers to win races at his now famous driving school. This writer had the pleasure many years ago to be introduced to The Bob Bondurant School of... Read more »
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Automobiles 2.0

What’s going on in the automotive industry today? Most of us have heard about some kind of ‘chip shortage,’ whether it be related to computers or to the chips necessary to run all the updated gadgets in today’s automobiles. Some are predicting that it will be into 2003 before this issue is solved and more... Read more »

It’s that Time of Year Again

It’s that Time of  Year Again
                  Winter car maintenance may be a little extra something to do before the cold weather sets in. But it’s worthwhile and pretty simple with today’s automobiles. When the snow or cold-weather season comes it can be like driving in another world. Maybe your car doesn’t start, steer, or stop the same way it does... Read more »

New Racing Series Takes Kids from G0-Karts to Open Wheel Driving

  Dani Ben-Ari     Parella motorsports Holdings (PMH) has announced the SpeedTour Formula Development Series, for up-and-coming racing talent ages 14 and up, SpeedTour Formula Development will provide young drivers with an additional step in expanding their education and experience before making the jump from karting to open wheel.  “After getting involved in the Road to... Read more »
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Beware of Flooded Vehicles

Beware of Flooded Vehicles
As if having your house flood and losing all your belongings isn’t enough, victims of the flooding may have to worry about all the things that could go wrong when needing to replace a vehicle. Wreaking havoc on the used car market, the storms have led to flood-damaged automobiles, possibly for sale. Consumers in the... Read more »

WalletHub's Worst and Best Cities to Drive In

WalletHub determined the most driver-friendly places in the U.S. by comparing the 100 largest cities across 30 key metrics. The data included ranges set from average gas prices to annual hours in traffic congestion per auto commuter to auto-repair shops per capita.According to WalletHub’s current study, they came up with 2021’s Best & Worst Cities... Read more »

Someone you should know

Someone you should know
In case you missed this story, first covered on CBS, there do exist “Everyday Heroes.” Eliot Middleton of South Carolina is one of them, a grill master by day in his own barbeque establishment, and trained auto mechanic making old cars new again and giving them to those in need. Middleton, owner of Middleton’s Village... Read more »
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Vacation Safety: Six Tips to See and Be Seen

Vacation Safety: Six Tips to See and Be Seen
Experts predict another summer of record-breaking highway travel following the pandemic year. Most of us will have our cars checked and serviced before we hit the road, confident that we have taken every safety precaution. Being safe means more than having good tires, a spare and a flare in the trunk, however. Highway safety begins... Read more »