How to Repeat Success

How to Repeat Success

I spent last week at Road Atlanta working with some longtime clients of mine. We had several days of practice, testing, setup, and getting drivers dialed in, which culminated in a race weekend. It was a really productive few days leading up to the event. My clients...
Spring is Here, and it’s Busy!

Spring is Here, and it’s Busy!

It’s refreshing that spring is officially here and both track events and racing are in full swing again. I was fortunate enough to be at VIR last week for a great track event with lots of fun and good-looking cars, and now I’m getting ready for a busy week at Road...
No Replacement for Seat Time

No Replacement for Seat Time

There really is no replacement for quality seat time. I was recently at Circuit of the Americas to help a client get valuable practice time in before a big upcoming event. It’s fair to say that the practice time allocated on a race weekend is just to get familiar with...
Sebring: What We’ve Come to Expect from MX-5 Cup

Sebring: What We’ve Come to Expect from MX-5 Cup

What an incredible week at Sebring! Not only did we have perfect weather every day, but the racing was another one for the history books. There was so much great racing on tap for the week, and it was wonderful to see fans, who are such a traditional part of the 12...
MX-5 Cup: Setting Up for Sebring

MX-5 Cup: Setting Up for Sebring

This week is the second double-header weekend of the Idemitsu MX-5 Cup championship, and it’s a part of the historic 12 Hours of Sebring event. Sebring is not only an iconic circuit for sports cars, but it also has some exciting recent history for the MX-5 Cup series...
The Co-Driver Learning Curve

The Co-Driver Learning Curve

Last week was the opening round of the SRO World Challenge Series at Sonoma Raceway in California. It’s always a nice change of pace to be out in Wine Country and to travel into San Francisco. It’s such a different landscape than what I have here on the East Coast!...