They also say the traction control unit lowers lap times and produces cooler tire temps. Just by turning on the system, lap times can drop by 1-3 tenths. Consider this if you used it for an entire race and conserved your tires from lap 1. By the end of a 100-lap race, lap times can be as much as 5-15 tenths faster per lap than without the system. It can be useful in any class but the IMCA modifieds have become sensitive to traction control issues. For more information on Davis Technologies traction control, check out their “ How Does It Work page.
It’s like someone shrank it into a little Miata and then turned it into a dune buggy! This is Brian Ballinger and Chris Smiths’s build for the next Gambler 500. Before we get into how great this is, lets get one thing out of the way. This is my least favorite Corvette model. It’s the one Barbie drove. It’s the Corvette most likely to enjoy the latest Michael Bolton album with its owner. Yet Brian turned it into heavy metal. You see this pull up and you pray he’s not here to pick up your daughter. No way Barbie would drive this. This is awesome.
I’ve been DJ’ing since ’99 and I did vinyl, cd’s, mp3’s, 4 decks, traktor, ableton, whatever. Nobody gives a shit because in the end, we’re all just glorified jukeboxes.
I always play what I like and I never planned stuff out before. It’s just me and my tunes and I’ll see where the night goes. I also don’t really play what the crowd likes persé, although that might sound obnoxious, it’s MY passion and it’s MY style of music that I want to play. If people don’t like it, they’re probably in the wrong club to begin with. It’s like getting R&B requests in a Techno night club.