Winding Road Racing Forges New Partnership With the National Auto Sport Association

Winding Road Racing is excited to announce a new partnership with the National Auto Sport Association (NASA) as the new Official Motorsports Equipment Supplier of NASA. The newly announced program will provide NASA Members with a number of significant benefits including a Winding Road Racing Member Benefits Program, Contingency Programs for Road Racing as well as AutoX/TT, and special benefits available to participants graduating from NASA’s HPDE program with a TT or competition license.

By Winding Road Staff | June 23, 2015
2015 Chevrolet Silverado HD, GMC Sierra HD Trucks Revealed

General Motors has unveiled the 2013 Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD pickups with some significant improvements, including a payload of 7374 pounds and a trailering rating of 19,600 pounds.

By John Beltz Snyder | September 26, 2013
Video: 750-Horsepower Hennessey Corvette ZR1

Hennessey may be on its way to beating Chevrolet to its own C7 Corvette ZR1, but that doesn’t mean it won’t tinker with an older model. The tuner from Texas has uploaded this video of its 750-horsepower Corvette ZR1, and the car is bonkers.

By John Beltz Snyder | September 18, 2013
IndyCar Coming To Circuit Of The Americas?

Executives at Circuit Of The Americas have resumed talks with IndyCar Series organizers about possibly hosting races at the new home of the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix.

By John Beltz Snyder | July 31, 2013
Preview: Hennessey HPE700 Chevrolet Corvette

Chomping at the bit to drive the new Stingray? Yeah, we are too. Hennessey Performance, though, apparently can’t sit still and wait, and has gone ahead and announced its HPE700 Corvette, slated to debut before Chevrolet can come out with its hi-po Corvette ZR1.

By John Beltz Snyder | July 19, 2013
Driven: 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe

BMW recently invited us to Austin, Texas to drive the new M6 Gran Coupe through the winding roads of the Texas Hill Country and at the Circuit of The Americas. Willing, as we always are, to take one for the team, we accepted.

By Tom Martin | July 16, 2013
BMW Lets M6 Gran Coupes Loose At CoTA

It’s a rather simple video, with three of the new M6 Gran Coupes tackling the state-of-the-art course at sunset. There’s a bit of drifty action from the trailing car, and the camera work is rather impressive. Check it out below, and be sure to check back when our full review of the M6 Gran Coupe goes live.

By Brandon Turkus | June 03, 2013
Circuit Of The Americas — Track Guide

Since the track opened, we’ve been keeping up to date on the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas. We’ve even driven it ourselves a few times. As we continue to cover CoTA, we’ll be adding information—especially videos—here, with links to other content.

By Winding Road Staff | April 09, 2013
Win Two Tickets To MotoGP At Circuit Of The Americas!

Winding Road Racing is giving away TWO GRANDSTAND (TURN 1) 3-DAY PASSES to MotoGP at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. Here is your chance to witness the thrills and excitement that MotoGP brings to every race!

By Winding Road Staff | March 21, 2013
Driven: 2014 Mazda6 GT

The 2014 Mazda6 is exactly what we expect from a Mazda sedan: it’s fun without sacrificing comfort. It’s affordable, but still feels techy and advanced. It’s stylish without being in-your-face. We aren’t sure how it’ll fare in a world dominated by Camrys, Accords, and Fusions, but if Mazda can get customers behind the wheel, we think it’ll be a pretty easy sell.

By Brandon Turkus | February 12, 2013
Track Report: Driving Circuit Of The Americas

We recently had the opportunity to spend a weekend on track at Circuit Of The Americas during a track day event hosted by MVP Track Time. Because COTA is a new track and a singular facility in the US (e.g., United States Grand Prix site, $400 million facility) we thought you might enjoy some of our thoughts on the experience before we can do our standard Track Profile.

By Tom Martin | February 04, 2013
Driven: 2012 Kia Soul !

Since its inception, Kia’s Soul has been near the forefront of a movement toward what might be called “hip, utility vehicles” (HUVs). Other examples would include Nissan’s Cube or Scion’s xB, to name just two. Not surprisingly, hipness is an essential ingredient in any HUV, meaning they’ve got to have plenty of attitude and style, tempered by underlying practicality.

By Chris Martens | October 22, 2012


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