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First look: F1 Manager 2022 Video Game

First look: F1 Manager 2022 Video Game

Educational, informative, insightful, and gives a whole new appreciation and understanding of the hidden side of F1 – the side that isn’t cars going around in circles.

By Justin Cornelison | August 25, 2022
Terribly Brilliant: The Van Moof S3 e-bike Review

Team: E-bikes are a phenomenal invention.

By Justin Cornelison | June 24, 2021
Speedplay vs. Shimano SPD Pedals – Which Is Best For Road Cycling?

We have previously outlined why road riders should seriously consider “mountain bike” pedals. Basically, MTB pedals are two-sided, which is an advantage riding in urban…

By Justin Cornelison | August 26, 2021

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Review: Le Mans 100 Book is a Winner

As a devoted motorsport enthusiast, my anticipation for the Le Mans 100 book by Glen Smale was sky-high following the thrilling and unforgettable 24 Hours…

By Justin Cornelison | July 07, 2023
The Mullin Automotive Museum Immortalizes the Grandeur of French Pre-War Car Culture

What’s behind the doors of the Mullin Automotive Museum aren’t just cars, but works of art in every shape and form.

By Jeric Jaleco | June 01, 2023
Book Review: NASCAR 75 Years

NASCAR 75 Years offers an insightful look into the history of NASCAR, from its humble beginnings as a small family business to its current position as a leader in sports entertainment.

By Justin Cornelison | March 14, 2023
Garmin’s New Index BPM – Both Easy & Comprehensive

The good thing is that are no hoses or wires stemming out from the device, which makes it less of a hassle to set up and put away.

By Justin Cornelison | December 08, 2022
Another Porsche Book? Yes and We Love It!

Porsche, deservingly if you ask us, has been covered over and over in a series of coffee table books. So, why another one? Can it really add value?

By Tom Martin | October 21, 2022
First look: F1 Manager 2022 Video Game

Educational, informative, insightful, and gives a whole new appreciation and understanding of the hidden side of F1 – the side that isn’t cars going around in circles.

By Justin Cornelison | August 25, 2022
Often Overlooked, The Stories of The Fastest Women Now Told

Louise Ann Noeth’s work is a collection of candid images and stories of women involved in the infamous Land Speed racing and time trials. From the 1920s and beyond this is a truly unique look at the barriers broken on four and two wheels. By featuring key figures, moments and eras Noeth puts decades of work into an exciting and engaging piece.

By Guest Contributor | October 12, 2021
Speedplay vs. Shimano SPD Pedals – Which Is Best For Road Cycling?

We have previously outlined why road riders should seriously consider “mountain bike” pedals. Basically, MTB pedals are two-sided, which is an advantage riding in urban…

By Tom Martin | August 26, 2021
Why Road Cyclists Should Choose “Mountain Bike” Pedals

If you are a road cyclist, are road pedals better or are mountain bike pedals better?

By Tom Martin | August 12, 2021
By Tom Martin | August 04, 2021
By Tom Martin | July 27, 2021
The Best Headphones For Cycling

We did our work to find cycling-specific headphones. See if you agree with what we think!

By Tom Martin | June 24, 2021
Terribly Brilliant: The Van Moof S3 e-bike Review

Team: E-bikes are a phenomenal invention.

By Tom Martin | June 24, 2021
Hangin’ Indoors For A While? Check Out These Motorsport-Themed Books

Stuck indoors practicing a little social distancing for a while until this pandemic blows over? We are too. We’re also starting to get a tad burned out from staring at computer screens all day; on the job and relaxing off the clock.

By Peter Nelson | March 17, 2020
Book Review: The Guide To Road Racing On A Budget

Because Winding Road Racing has three motorsports equipment retail stores and runs both club racing and pro-am teams, we talk to a lot of people in the amateur motorsports world. A suprising number of them have lots of questions about how to get into the game.

By Winding Road Staff | February 12, 2020
Book Review: Crash! From Senna To Earnhardt – How The Hans Helped Save Racing

Book Review: Crash! From Senna To Earnhardt – How The Hans Helped Save Racing

By Peter Nelson | January 27, 2020
Film Lookbook: The Art Of Racing In The Rain

It’s not too often we get to see motorsports as a major part of the plot in film these days, but after tons of anticipation, the best-selling book, The Art of Racing in the Rain, debuted as a comedy-drama in theaters back in August 2019. Recently while watching the film, we got to thinking: there are a lot of products on display at the racetrack that we are quite familiar with!

By Peter Nelson | January 02, 2020
Book Review: Legacy Drive By Paul Slavonik

We recommend Legacy Drive to anyone looking for solid, enjoyable fictional motorsports literature. The character and plot development is great, it tugs at the heart strings, and even induces a smile and/or laugh (be careful if you’re self-conscious of laughing out loud while reading in public). The story isn’t always sad: there’s a good amount of comic relief which adds to characters’ likeability. There are lessons to be reminded of, there is inspiration to be found, and just good ol’ entertainment. It should be on the podium of any racing enthusiast’s reading list.

By Peter Nelson | October 18, 2019
Book Review: Making It Faster

Making It Faster, by Dan Binks and Norm DeWitt is, in a way, three racing books in one. That assessment is usually damning with faint praise and would reflect a lack of focus. But in this case, we found the results quite charming and compelling.

By Winding Road Staff | April 12, 2017
Book Review: Total Competition by Ross Brawn and Adam Parr

If you like books that give an “inside look” on racing, you’ll probably like Total Competition. It mainly discusses Formula One, but the discussion happens between two very high level recent participants.

By Winding Road Staff | February 22, 2017
Book Review: 111 Porsche Stories That You Should Know

This is a very engaging book about the people and cars of Porsche written by New Zealander Wilfried Muller. There are hundreds of Porsche books, but this one is distinguished by an easy-to-read, easy-to-look-at format.

By Tom Martin | January 24, 2017

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