We begin with Monaco, tune into Indianapolis for the matinee, then spend the evening in Charlotte in our 600-mile feature. While we go in concerned about cars running into a house or into a harbor overseas, or find the wall and flipping down the track in Indiana, our biggest concern for the folks with fenders is that they might not be able to pass the leader in North Carolina.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to build your own engines? That is exactly what Forster Fry wants to teach you to do. Fry is a former NASCAR engine builder, formerly employed by Richard Childress Racing and former owner of Fry Racing Cylinder Heads, and was inspired to start an engine school right in the heart of racing.