Tachometer 101: Saving Engines and Winning Races Is Still a Thing!
These 13 cool tachometer options are the latest muscle car cockpit accessories. There’s plenty to catch up on, from vintage to state-of-the-art.These days, you can find a tachometer on practically any new car. Rental car or fleet-managed garbage truck, it doesn't matter; today's OE electric stepper-motor driven tachs are accurate and driven off a vehicle's CAN bus data stream, making them cost literally pennies apiece. Nevertheless, there's almost zero justification for a tachometer on a new vehicle, other than to verify that the engine's running, or to provide a visual spectacle for a really bored driver.
© Motorsport Images Kyle Larson's damaged Hendrick-Chevy after early crash in Talladega
"would have come worse" for Larson (October 5) © Nascar Media Denny Hamlin
Place 37 with four round residue is not the result that Kyle Larson had hoped for Monday playoff races in Talladega . In the 56th round, just before the end of Stage 1, Larson was involved in a crash, which was triggered by Hendrick teammate William Byron when he caught the Spire Chevrolet by Justin Allgaier on the stern and sent in a turner.
Larson crashed like Allgaier in the wall and then had to visit the box to repair his damaged # 5 Hendrick Chevrolet. He fingered a large part of the lap residue through a mishap. "We had lost two rounds less and at the end can land a few positions in front, if I did not somehow actually press the switch for the ECU," says Larson after the race.
Here’s a New One: “Barn Built” Cobra Kit Car on a Chevy S-10 Frame
HOT ROD Power Tour Presented by HP Tuners and Driven by Continental Tire There’s nothing abnormal about seeing a Cobra replica on HOT ROD Power Tour. With several companies, like Factory Five Racing, offering quality Cobra replica kits, the cars are popular and abundant, but there was something slightly different about this one owned by Gary Burch of Franklin, Wisconsin. Related: Full Coverage from HOT ROD Power Tour 2021!We spotted Gary's car on Day 1 of HOT ROD Power Tour 2021 and noticed the higher-than-normal ride height, which prompted further investigation.
To enable the box crew to repair the front of the car, Larson had to turn off the engine. When he did that, he accidentally came to the switch for the electronic control unit (ECU). "Then the engine did not start again and I lost a lap. Later, I lost the windshade, with another round lost," he says. The further two of his ultimately four round residue was lost Larson when he flew his ears immediately after repairing the right front tire.
Despite P37, Larson is in the playoff table with 22 points in plus. Thus, after LAS-Vegas winner Denny Hamlin continues to spread the table for the table and thus leads to those drivers, which are not qualified in contrast to Hamlin for the "Round of 8" of the playoffs. In view of this starting position, Larson's conclusion is after the target passage in Talladega: "It could have come worse."
The 2022 Toyota Tundra Goes Racing In NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
Toyota unveiled its brand new Tundra racing race truck that’ll compete in the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, which starts at the Daytona International Speedway in February. It’s a beautiful-looking truck—modern, proportional, and rightfully anxious to make some left turns come race season. Even standing still, it just looks fast. It’s not a bigIt's not a big deal that Toyota races its Tundra in the NASCAR truck series. Toyota's been involved with Nastruck since 2004, claiming 11 manufacturer's championships; the automaker also fields a Camry TRD in the Next Gen Cup Series and Supra in the Xfinity Series. This season, the racing Tundra collected its 200th victory.
Denny Hamlin starts in Talladega from P1 (October 1)
on the Talladega SuperSpeedway takes place on Sunday the only SuperSpeedway race in the playoffs of the current Nascar Cup season. The calculation of the startup has shown that Denny Hamlin (Gibbs-Toyota) will start from P1. In addition to Hamlin, who is the only one safe in the next Playoff level ("Round of 8"), at the start of the second race of the "Round of 12" of its Gibbs teammate Kyle Busch posing in the first row takes.
The complete top 12 of the startup for the Yellawood 500 in Talladega are: Denny Hamlin, Kyle Busch, Chase Elliott, Ryan Blaneey, Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr., Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick, William Byron, Alex Bowman, Christopher Bell.
NASCAR Boxing Crew: The stops change because of the central nut! .
The 15-inch steel rim and the noise of the impact wrench, which triggers five wheel nuts and restarts are in the NASCAR series 2022 story: With the introduction of the 18-inch alloy wheels, a relic disappears in the history books, while the modern central mother Feeding in the championship receives. How this will affect the pit stops, some crew members explain according to the tests in Charlotte. © Motorsport.com Motorsport Photo J.D.