In an activity that can be inherently dangerous, auto racing has made enormous strides in safety over the last few decades, especially at the highest levels of the sport.
It’s that time of year again, when the Christmas lights, trees and decorations come out for the holiday season…but it’s also the time of year when our road conditions quickly become a mixture of snow, ice, slush and everything in between.
The main portion of the 2014 race season has now come to an end with most formal on track activity drawing to a close.
One of my biggest goals for this season was to gain as much experience as possible from a driving standpoint and become totally comfortable with the race car in all situations.
It’s July now and I’ve just returned to my place in Cologne, Germany, to prepare for finishing the final 7 races of this season.
The title of this blog could be taken in a few different ways, but two of them are exactly correct.
The 2014 race season is right around the corner and many teams have started to announce their driver line-ups as official pre-season testing is set to begin in a few weeks.
The last month has been a busy one! After wrapping up the advance screening of RUSH I set my sights towards a return to Italy for a day of testing with Team Torino Motorsport.