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Audio Review:  Porsche Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo

Audio Review: Porsche Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo

We rarely cover in-car audio and despite the Munich High‑End show being surrounded by automotive excellence (there’s a car museum just opposite and it sits…

By Winding Road Staff | July 06, 2022
Driven: 2022 BMW M340i

The 2022 BMW M340i sits in an interesting spot in the Bavarian brand’s beloved 3 Series lineup. After spending a full week with it, we really enjoyed its ability to be both a mild and comfortable, daily a-to-be cruiser, yet also transform into a fast, athletic, and thrilling sports sedan.

By Winding Road Staff | July 13, 2022
Review: Bell Racing RS7C LTWT Carbon Helmet

The Bell Racing RS7C LTWT Carbon is a pretty compelling helmet. It offers best in class ventilation and airflow, in addition to being one of the lightest helmets in its category.

By Winding Road Staff | September 20, 2022

Reviews

The Best Value in Forced Air Helmets: SA2020 HJC H70

At Winding Road Racing we’re often asked by folks to recommend an inexpensive, comfortable, and forced air-ready helmet. These customers often have fresh air systems in their enduro cars, or they do a lot of off-road racing, or just want forced air capability as an option for future upgrades.

By Winding Road Staff | December 03, 2020
Review: 2021 Jaguar F-Type R — Jag’s Wildest Creation Yet?

With 575 Horsepower and a 0-60 time of well below 4 seconds, this latest Jag rips.

By Peter Nelson | December 03, 2020
Diving Into Corners and Data: Reviewing The APEX Pro Digital Driving Coach In The Real World

… I was very intrigued by the Apex Pro after hearing Andrew Rains, Marketing Director for the company, talk about the unit at length on the SlipAngle Podcast. I was also impressed by its simplicity, iOS app functionality, and price-point. The Apex Pro is focused on providing feedback while you’re in the car at speed on the track.

By Winding Road Staff | December 02, 2020
Porsche Nerds Unite: Harris and Preuninger Discuss the Generations of the GT3

Fellow Porsche nerds, this is a must-see: Top Gear’s Chris Harris chats with Andreas Preuninger about every generation of the Porsche GT3, with a light introduction of the new one at around the 28:20 mark.

By Winding Road Staff | November 25, 2020
Review: 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible — Elegance Meets V8 Brutality

The 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible’s refined, luxury sensibilities mixed with brutal V8 theatrics, made for a great all-around experience.

By Peter Nelson | November 19, 2020
The Best Intro To Corner Balancing: Longacre AccuSet II 1500 Lb. Computerscales

Regardless of what your track schedule looks like, one piece of prep equipment that’s invaluable in build season, but really all-year-round, is a good set of scales. There are many kinds at varying price points, but to keep things simple to setup and budget friendly, we’d like to talk about Longacre’s AccuSet II Computerscales.

By Peter Nelson | November 19, 2020
The Winding Road Racing Holiday Gift Guide is Here!

We at Winding Road Racing have put together a comprehensive holiday gift guide to help folks choose gifts for that special racer, track day enthusiast, time attacker, autocrosser, rallycrosser, etc. in their life. Or, treat yourself, either way.

By Winding Road Staff | November 18, 2020
Quick Review: 2020 Toyota C-HR — Scrappy Hatchback on Stilts?

Since compact crossovers are, and have been, here to stay for a while, we wanted to see if the 2020 Toyota C-HR Limited drove like a hatchbacks on stilts.

By Peter Nelson | November 12, 2020
Product Review: HANS vs. Necksgen

At Winding Road Racing, we gladly assist racers with making important decisions by helping them weight the benefits of certain gear based on their needs, preferences, their car’s setup, and so on. One of the most common discussions we have with folks is Hans Vs. Necksgen.

By Winding Road Staff | November 12, 2020
Best Value: AiM Solo 2 DL Mini Data System Review

WindingRoadRacing.com now has the nifty new AiM Solo 2 DL in stock. The Solo 2 DL, as you may recall, is an upgrade to the beloved Solo DL. The Solo 2 DL adds warning lights (which can be used as shift lights or to indicate progress in sector times) to the great Solo DL features. The Solo 2 DL also now features WiFi connectivity to your laptop. This makes downloading data easier (no more lost cables).

By Winding Road Staff | November 12, 2020
The Best Fire Suits For Larger Drivers

For some people, finding a race suit that fits is tough. The manufacturers have to pick average blends of chest, waist, arm length, leg length and leg-torso ratios. But some people just aren’t average.

By Winding Road Staff | November 10, 2020
Review: 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 SE — A Legend Is Reborn

The 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 SE is a capable, practical, and fast beast. It’s no wonder its already received a ton of accolades.

By Peter Nelson | November 05, 2020

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