Storing your competition car – so that it’s race-ready
Much as we’d all like to zoom around in our race cars all year, the reality is that life gets in the way. Few of us have the luxury of being able to race every weekend. And during the non-racing stretch of the year, your vehicle will need storing, which can lead to some deterioration.
Happily, there are things you can do to reduce the effects of wintertime storage, and retain your racing model’s value for as long as practically possible.
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Of all the various lubricants needed to make a race car run smoothly, few are more important than engine oil. And when you think of the pressure the average motorsport engine comes under, that’s hardly surprising.
So you can’t use standard motor oil in racing engines
Read More Oil you need to know: a guide to engine lubricants
They’ve been used in motor vehicles for roughly a century, and are sometimes taken for granted, so it can be easy to forget that your racing car is only as good as the battery powering it. And because a motorsport battery tends to cost more than a conventional one, it’s worth taking care of yours, and ensuring you make the right choice.
Read More Choosing and taking care of your racing car battery