Winterize your car by checking the tires, brakes, coolant, and other important systems.
(Editor’s note: This article on how to measure brake pedal ratio is meant for skilled readers who are familiar with modifying or customizing their own vehicles.) When the brake pedal … Continue Reading How To Measure Brake Pedal Ratio
Like the majestic Jackalope, many car myths are just begging to be busted, and here are six car myths debunked.
It is amazing how far automotive technology has come in the last few years. There are cars on the market today that can actually help steer the car down the … Continue Reading Know How Then & Now: How Drum Brakes Work
Braking performance is critical for every vehicle on the road, yet it is far too often overlooked until something goes wrong. Brake pads wear down, calipers develop leaks and rotors … Continue Reading Stop Right There! Performance Brake Upgrade Tips
On average, our vehicles are getting older. Even though automakers sold more than 16 million new vehicles in 2014, the average age the cars, pickups and SUVs in our driveways is … Continue Reading Ask an Expert: Caring for High-Mileage Vehicles
The braking system in your car, truck or SUV is much more than just a set of brake pads and calipers (or brake shoes and drums depending on the vehicle) … Continue Reading Braking System – How It Works and What You Need To Know About Servicing It
Elliott is looking to gain superspeedway experience in the ARCA Racing Series race at Daytona. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 11, 2014) – Chase Elliott will make his track debut at … Continue Reading ARCA Race Marks Chase Elliott’s Track Debut at Daytona
Martin Truex Jr. drives the No. 56 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. This update comes from his Michael Waltrip Racing team in Cornelius, NC. Martin … Continue Reading Martin Truex Jr. ‘in striking distance of the chase’