72... first race in Hollywood, Fl when they first opened 66/67 in my 65 Mustang.. took time off building cars an working. got back in 1985 with an 86 Buick GN. Been racing Buicks since then . Although not as active now. Race the Buick/Mazda every now an then. Daughter for 26 years !! She does the racing now with her husband .
37. Helped a couple buddies with their bracket cars and heads up cars since around 2001. Actually made my first pass last month in my 67 Camaro street car. Not fast by today's standards (8.65 in 1/8th) but I loved it.
I'm 52 and started racing in 1988 at the age of 20 when I took my four wheel drive V-6 powered Ford Ranger down the track to a blistering 18.3 @ 72 mph. I then moved into a V-8 Pinto that went a best of 15.0 @ 93 mph (too many wiring problems and at the time I had limited wiring skills to figure it all out). Now I'm in my '79 Mustang Cobra that run's mid to high 11's @ 116-121.
37 and really started racing 4 years ago.
But have been working on race cars since I was 2 or 3 (literally). Have pics of me in diapers with grease on me and couple wrenches with dad's 70 Maverick (race car) on stands in the background. Fortunate enough to know alot of smart people in the industry, based on family ties. Hopefully, I can do my part.
SO either your own T-shirt or one that you saw & it really caught your eye.
I want us to wear matching shirts next season, and I am not a fan of the pro style uniforms for a little guy like me.
It would be nice to look like an actual team. At least a little bit.
Trying to decide how...
Can't blame him. They have reduced payouts and increased expenses and running the whole operation at loss this season isn't wise for the business.
I don't get it, flat don't get it. We have multiple race cars. All of them have hi-buck flexplates and various starters. Three of them you hit the starter button and it's like starting a regular street car. But this one, this sob eats everything you throw at it and it's not timing either, 31...
For those running a two step rev limiter with a stick, how do you have it set up? I have seen a switch on the clutch pedal and one on the trans linkage so it only engages when clutch is in, and trans in first gear. I have also seen it wired for clutch switch engaged, then when you...