As a Jeep owner, you should know the importance of having the right tires. It is about more than just having tires that will get you from point A to point B. When you drive off road or on terrain that normal tires are not meant to withstand, you can find yourself in trouble with a quickness. You need to know that where ever you go your tires will have enough oomph to get you both in and out of there. When you are off road, you do not necessarily have the convenience of a tire store being strategically placed in the desert, woods or on a mountain just for when your tire gives out on you. Most of the time, you are in areas that do not even get a cell signal. That means that when you are stuck…you are well and truly stuck...Read More
Wow! This article could go on for pages! Unfortunately I don’t have that much space here, so I will just go over a few of the many items in the universe of Jeep accessories.
I guess we should start at the top. Jeep covers will cover your entire Jeep and protect it from the elements when you are not driving it. They come customized or universal and can be in many different styles, sizes and colors…not to mention materials.
Jeep tops are fun. Not only are they one of the endless ways that you can customize and add your own style to your Jeep, they are also quite useful. You can get these in so very many styles that it is absolutely unbelievable. They come in hard and soft tops. They also come in half tops, sun tops full tops, bras, etc...Read More
This stock car racing series as launched in 1982 and was initially sponsored Anheuser Busch upon which the series was previously called the NASCAR Busc Series. The Series was renamed to the NASCAR Nationwide Series after it began receiving sponsorship from the Nationwide Insurance at the beginning of the 2008 season. The NASCAR Nationwide Series or NNS usually occurs in the shadow of the premier NASCAR sanctioned motorsports event, the NASCAR Sprint Series occurs in multiple high tech speedways across North America. The idea of hosting the NASCAR Nationwide Series at the same venue and in the run-up to the NASCAR Sprint Series allows fans to witness both events.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series offers fans some good quality motorsports action...Read More
The NACAR Sprint Cup Series is the premier and top NASCAR event having been inaugurated in 1949. The name has changed over the years and the current “Sprint” name is on account of the 2003 Sponsorship deal signed with NEXTEL which was later acquired by Sprint. The NASCAR Sprint Race Series includes 36 race points across multiple venues across the United States. The Sprint Series Championship is based on a points system that is determined by the number of races won and laps led amongst other factors.
Some of the main racing events held in the NASCAR Sprint Series include the The Sprint Unlimited at the Daytona International Speedway, the Daytona 500 at the Daytona International Speedway, the Subway Fresh Fit 500 at the Phoenix International Speedway, the Kobalt Tools 500 at the Las V...Read More
This is the premier and top level American open wheel racing championship in the United States. It has its inaugural season in 1996 and was a direct competitor to the widely popular CART when it was then known as the Indy Racing League, IRL. The IRL merged with much older Champ Car World Series in 2008 to form the Indie Car Series which still retains the reputation as the premier open wheel racing sanctioning body in North America.
The IndyCar Series League strictly controls auto specifications to be used in the series’ open wheel racing. Specifications cover the type of Chassis to be used along with the engine manufacturers that IndyCar Series league allows competitors to use in any given season...Read More
Modeled on the 24 hours of Le Mans, the American Le Mans Racing or the ALMS is a sports car endurance racing events covering multiple courses and superspeedways across the United States. The series was inaugurated in 1999 and grew into a global racing circuit with European legs of the race. The race is divided into 5 classes based on the Le Mans Model namely P1, P2, the PC Le Mans Prototypes and the GT(E). The fifth class is the GT Grand Touring Cars. The year 2014 will see some great changes in the American Le Mans Racing as the series will be merged with Grand Am RolexSports Car Series to form an even grander sports car series, the United SportsCar Racing Series.
The ALMS has similar features to the 24 Hour Le Mans Series and similar rules have been adopted for both sports car ra...Read More
Drag Racing has been quite popular over the last 70 years and the National Hot Rod Association, NHRA, was formed in 1955 to serve as the governing body of this widely popular sport. The NHRA not only sets the rules for drag racing but also sanctions lots of drag racing events through its NHRA Summit Racing Series. It sets the rules, guidelines and safety precautions governing drag racing championships in the Summit Series. Currently, there are a total of 22 events in the NHRA Summit Racing Series.
The NHRA Summit Series is divided into a bracket racing format. Thus, there is a provision for multiple types of vehicles to compete in the NHRA drag races. These can range from dragsters to motorcycles roadsters, coupes and sedans...Read More
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is one of the national NASCAR series that have been sanctioned by NASCAR across the United States, the other two being the NASCAR Sprint Series and the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The Camping World Truck Series is a fairly recent NASCAR sanctioned event having been inaugurated in 1995, as compared to the other relatively older NASCAR events and basically involves pick-up truck racing. The race employs modified production pick-up tracks and occurs in some 22 point races across the US and Canada. Initially sponsored by Sears, the race is currently sponsored by Camping World whence it gets its name.
The NASCAR Camping Truck Series utilizes rules that govern most speedway races although these rules do change on a regular basis...Read More
The Whelen Modified Tour is a NASCAR sanctioned race in the Modified division and is one of the oldest NASCAR sanctioned races and was launched in 1985. It has the oldest racecar division in the auto racing world. The stock car racing event is primarily based in the Northeast but in recent times it has been making some headway in the Mid-West region of the United States. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour makes use of short track races along with several large tracks with racing typically concentrated in the Ohio, Virginia and Tennessee states.
The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour cars are built by fabricators and various engineering companies based on certain rules and specifications as required for the NWMT races...Read More
The USAC Midget Series is one of the five races that are sanctioned by the United States Auto Club which is one of the leading Motorsports sanctioning bodies in the US. The company is currently recognized as the leading sanctioning body for the open wheel racing niche with the midget series being one of the five open wheel classes offered by USAC. The open wheel racing cars are amongst the fastest in the world and have been built purely for racing purposes.
Open wheel racing remains one of the most popular genres in Motorsports wit very lucrative sponsorship offers...Read More