• In most cases, the higher the compression ratio, the more consistent an engine might be in addition to allowing it to closely follow weather changes, a fact that most racers can appreciate. An engine with a high compression ratio can extract more power from a given load of air/fuel mixture. As such, achieving that high number has been the goal of engine builders everywhere. Arriving at a high compression number requires a generally small combustion chamber in the cylinder head combined with a piston dome that adequately fills that chamber at Top Dead Center. Noticeably, you have to make provisions for valve pockets along with one other thing… the spark plug.
  •   The team at S&W Race Cars has developed a new brake system accessory that one can install in minutes. For racers who have been driving without a grip on their handle, S&W Race Cars believe this product will become a must.
  •   VP Racing Fuels, Inc., a world leader in performance fuels, lubricants, additives, and retail, is announcing a new line of VP Racing Fuels branded winter car gear in partnership with licensee Mr. Brands.