Who needs a fancy readout of G-forces when the obvious solution is staring you right in the face every time you browse the Arts & Crafts section of the store? Googly eyes are the most genius way to illustrate how hard your car is trying to pull your body one way or the other: fact.
This weekend is the Long Beach Grand Prix, where IndyCar, Pirelli World Challenge and select classes from United SportsCar take to the streets of Long Beach and try not to eat a concrete barrier. How do you handle a car that just wants to oversteer and/or spin on every corner exit? Here’s Ozz Negri to show you how.
After IndyCar has been confirmed through 2018 to be the main attraction at one of the most prestigious street races in the world - followed by a pseudo-bidding war with F1 -, American open-wheel racing returns for another round to the west coast city of Long Beach this weekend.
SRT driver Kuno Wittmer takes me for a spin around the Long Beach Grand Prix Circuit in a 2014 SRT Viper TA.
Before Steve Millen, winner of the 1994 24 Hours of Daytona, could compete in this weekend's Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, he had to attend a beginner's driving school. Here's a first-hand account he wrote exclusively for us. —Ed.