12-year old Utahn AJ Luttmer is a front-runner in Ford Focus Midget racing on asphalt ovals, where he regularly outruns more experienced drivers.
What do you do when you just bought a car for the track and it came with an extra set of wheels and tires with only a little tread left? Obviously, you go drifting.
St. George’s Scoundrels Drift Clinic is ready to help you get started drifting and provides year-round opportunities to keep developing.
Blending steering and pedal inputs is crucial for going faster on track. “String theory” can help drivers do it better.
Wrecked Neck Racing is a mentorship program that helps Utah high school trade students turn old cars into competition-ready demolition derby destroyers.
What autoholic doesn’t at least consider modifying their car to make it even better and faster? Of course mod’s aren’t cheap, and the list of possible improvements seems endless.
So how should we prioritize modifications in the order of importance? This article provides perspective from someone who’s been there.
Do you have a child with a need for speed, who hopes to become a race driver? The Salt Lake Valley Quarter Midget Association can help!
Utahn Natalie Waters is one of the most exciting young 410 Winged Sprint car rookie drivers to follow in regional stock car racing.
On its surface, threshold braking is a fairly simple concept. But… like everything in racing, there is nuance. Let’s start with the basic definition, then start peeling back the layers to see how and when to best use this technique.
Thanks to several sanctioning bodies and local clubs, there are loads of opportunities to participate in and to watch exciting desert racing and other types of off-road racing in Utah.
By Rick Bairett I just got to watch a bunch of first-timers, and a few more-experienced drivers, having the time of their lives on a road course! As noted previously in Utah Motor News, if you’re passionate about driving and want to improve your skills behind the wheel, you should check out the High Performance […]