List: Ten Racing-Related Ways To Spend Your Tax Return

All I By Peter Nelson I April 17, 2012
If you think back to last tax day, you’ll remember John Beltz Snyder’s recap of project cars you could buy with your tax refund. If you did buy one of those cars, then maybe you’ve given some thought to taking it racing. With another tax day done and over with, we should all (hopefully) be receiving a nice check from Uncle Sam in the very near future. Assuming the roughly $3000 average from last year holds true, than you’ll have a fair bit of disposable income in your pocket.
So rather than use that cash to pay down debt and other silly responsible things, why not dedicate it towards racing your year-old project car? $3000 can go an awfully long way in amateur racing. So with that in mind, here’s a list of things you can buy for your budding racing career with some free money. 
Here are the links for the products in the list:

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