Are you watching Le Mans this weekend? If you aren’t, congratulations on being a terrible person. But even if you are, with approximately 7,000 different cars on the grid, this race can sure get confusing. Fortunately we have the only spotter guide you need.
We debate the best and worst race car liveries–the decorative schemes that make race cars look distinctive and give visibility to sponsors—to the point where punches are thrown and tears are shed. But how are they made? To answer that question, we asked graphic designer Andy Blackmore to take us through the process.
Have trouble telling all the different Formula One cars apart when each car has an evil twin on the same track? Never fear, Andy Blackmore is here with yet another brilliant spotter guide.
The TUDOR United Sports Car Championship and FIA World Endurance Championship share the bill at The Circuit of The Americas this weekend and SpotterGuides.com have guides to make your experience more enjoyable at home or the track.
2 3 4 of the Nissan NISMO Spotter Guide for the 24 Heures du Mans 2014 is now available as a free download following Scrutineering and Qualifying incidents(EDIT: and Marc Gene moving to the #1 Audi with Oliver Turvey in at Jota. Kaffer at #71 Ferrari and Crubilé at #79 ProSpeed.)
How are the very best racing helmets designed? This video on American Le Mans Corvette driver Tommy Milner's pretty fantastic lid gives a full explanation.
The Honda Integra Type-R you see here is now 12 years old. It has raced its way around Asia and competed in the stifling humidity of Malaysia before embarking on a new life in the NGK Racing Series, nee UAE Touring Car Championship. As you can imagine, years of such competitive abuse will take its toll: from 16 races…
CJ Wilson Racing driver Patrick Gallagher is a mechanical engineering student at The Ohio State University. Naturally, he's a devoted Buckeyes fan. Later this month, when he races in front of the hometown crowd at Mid-Ohio, he'll be wearing a very special helmet.