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Commodore’s Garage #37 – Truck Project: Farewell from Michigan

February 9th, 2018 by

For the entire Truck Project series of articles, I’ve tried to stress the concept of carrying one setup from track to track and making adjustments to suit the track instead of trying to reinvent the wheel each week.  While sim-racers have historically spent hours and hours building a setup each week for a new track … Read the Rest »

Commodore’s Garage #31 – Starting the Truck Project

December 20th, 2017 by Matt Holden

  Last week I teased the next batch of articles that will cover the setup process of our own in-house Class C Truck over the Winter season.  Since this is week 1 and nobody on the team has raced a truck in over a year and a half, we had to start from scratch.  Since … Read the Rest »

Commodore’s Garage #28 – The 2016 Class B Champion

August 11th, 2017 by Matt Holden

Setup details at the top of the sim-racing ladder are a closely-guarded secret; we all have experienced it at some point.  Earlier this year, I had a conversation with the crew chief of the car that has won a few recent NASCAR Modified championships about chassis setup, and he willingly gave me the spring rates … Read the Rest »

Commodore’s Garage #8 – Coil Binding

September 23rd, 2016 by Matt Holden

Last week I went over the various thing that can influence your spring choices for a given track.  How much banking, amount of bumps, and even the weight of the car can drastically alter what you need in your race car, but can those rules be broken?  Of course they can, and it’s not uncommon … Read the Rest »