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My wife and I are both track day drivers and we have started a free online magazine catering exclusively to the track day driver enthusiast. We welcome you to visit our website at http://www.autotrackdaymonthly.com/


Check out just some of our original articles:


Track designer Alan Wilson is interviewed

A review of smart phone data and video logging apps and interview with the developer of Track Attack

An interview with the developer of RaceRender video editing software and the smart phone app, TrackAddictHD

An interview with Daniel McCoey who is a time trial driver and a track prep shop owner in Australia on track modifications

Reviews of race track facilities NCCAR in North Carolina, The FIRM in Gainesville and Brainerd Int'l

Three articles on efforts to reduce street racing by youths

Brake upgrades

HPDE Insurance


and How To articles on our How To and Getting Started tabs


Please check the articles on our home page. By clicking 'Read More" you can go right to the original material.


We are working on an article about NASA's HPDE program. We are interviewing your National Director, Ryan Flaherty and Jon Felton of the Florida region.


Thanks to NASA's Chris Cullen for making all this happen!



Michael and Ziva

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Read our interview with Jon Felton, Director of the NASA Florida region as he talks about his driving career and the NASA HPDE program. Thanks to Jon and Chris Cullen!

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After a holiday hiatus, we're back with some great reads for you. Check out our latest article, an interview with former Griot's Garage president and founder of CarsYeah.com, Mark Greene. "My father bought a 1947 MGTC when I was 5 years old. That is my trigger car. I remember riding on the platform that is behind the driver’s seat with my sister. No seatbelts and our heads were above mom and dad’s. The wind in our faces was fabulous. There was a bar across the back of the driver and passenger seats that my dad called the “Chicken Bar.” He would say, “If you are a chicken you’ll hold on. Otherwise put your hands in the air like you’re on a roller coaster!”



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Read our latest article:


Road America: "A Park with a Couple of Racetracks Built into it."


“Come for the experience and stay for the race,” says Mike Kertscher, Director of Business Services at Road America, located in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. According to Kertscher, the average person does not know how diverse Road America is. “You can bring your family and friends here. Even if they’re not into driving, they can still come here and have a great time. It’s a park with a couple of racetracks built into it – truly. That’s what it is.”




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Past President of Griot's Garage, Mark Greene, hosts a daily podcast wherein he interviews automotive enthusiasts. Go to carsyeah.com to listen to his interview of Michael Allen, Publisher of Auto TrackDay Monthly. Here is a link to the interview:





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Making the Leap from Track Days to Racing: Racing Schools


Okay, so you have begun to think about transitioning from track days to racing. What do you do? How does it work? Well Chad Morehead took the leap and he shares his journey, which included a NASA race school.


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Making the Leap from HPDE to Racing Part II: What goes into picking a car and a series


"I began following the development of the class about a year ago, watching their forum and Facebook page to see how things panned out. Any racing is a big investment, and it can be a gamble to test a new class. No one wants to race in a class with only a handful of cars."


We followed Chad Morehead as he navigated BMW CCA and NASA race schools in the leap from HPDE to club racing. What follows is a discussion of the thought process he went through in choosing a car and a series to race in.


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