November 19, 2012
I remember counting eight headlights coming at us head-on. Four lanes of traffic, two lights per car. Yup. The math was correct. Our closing speed was nearly 200 miles per hour.
MOTORING: The Case for Radar Detectors
October 1, 2012
I'm a firm believer that every motorist should have a radar detector and know how to use it effectively. Every now and then I am asked, “Why should it be legal to own a radar detector, when its only purpose is to help you break the law?”Read More
PURE EVEL: Third Grade, Lemon Sharks, and an Authentic Motorsports Hero
September 23, 2012
Where have all the good men gone and where are all the gods?
Where's the street-wise Hercules to fight the rising odds?
MOTORING: Why Kids Don’t Care About Cars Anymore
July 30, 2012
A car was more than transportation when I was a kid. Your car represented who you were.Read More
True Road Racing Is Still Alive
July 11, 2012
Auto racing has a rich history of competition on public motorways. Once upon a time, the legendary LeMans endurance race was conducted entirely on public roads. Historic road races were held on the streets of Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin long before Road America was built. Competing on open roadways was the rule, not the exception.