These are links to web pages I find interesting. I'll add
more. Any suggestions?
: Morse Measurements, near Charlotte, NC, specializes in Kinematic
and Compliance testing, better known as K&C testing. I've
visited their facility and feel their test rig has some specific
capabilities that help racers and race teams develop setups that
are uniquely high in performance.
: This is one of the few web sites I visit every day. A quick
view of racing news with irritating adds and videos. Reports
and commentary by Ben Blake and Robin Miller are the best available
: George Webster is a retired teacher who maintains a site providing
times for racing on TV. Check it out!
: Mark Bridgeman has created a video that explains the science
behind engine design. I've watched it several times and it's
great. If you know a young person interested in racing, a video
like this could motivate them to consider a technical education.
Maybe they won't end up flipping burgers.
: A source for coils springs, composite leaf springs, and suspension
hardware. They've got some great tech tips.
: This is a NASCAR rumor/news/fan site with a lot of interesting
stuff. Many racing links.
: A CART and open-wheel site. Rumours, news, lots of links.
: I get emails asking about software for geometry analysis and
simulation. Bill Mitchell's been refining his products for over
a decade. Everybody uses his stuff.
: Jay Morris is a very interesting guy. He's had a street-car
mod business for 20 years and he's an SCCA club racer. Jay couldn't
find a good damper for cars with struts so he designed and made
his own. He offers up some good handling advice on his site.
: A manufacturer of precision dampers, Ohlins provides a lot
of info on this site. Take a look at the manuals you can download.
: Data acquisition hardware and software. They've got it all.
: Helical coil springs for racecars. Suspension modifications
for road cars.
: Racecar parts in four languages!