All News: shocks
Commodore’s Garage #32 – Myrtle Beach Results
December 27th, 2017 by Matt Holden
The bad news up front: We were never able to get a race in at Myrtle Beach! In hindsight, however, it probably wasn’t the best idea to start all this during the week before Christmas. Still, we did manage to get into a few sessions with regular series drivers and managed to gather quite a … Read the Rest »
Commodore’s Garage #30 – A Whole New World
December 15th, 2017 by Matt Holden
Did anybody else notice we have a new build? I know, it’s a surprise to me as well. This year has been a year of major updates to iRacing’s stock car platforms, and we got a pretty big one right at the end. To look back at this same time last year and think about … Read the Rest »
Commodore’s Garage #29 – Shocking!
September 16th, 2017 by Matt Holden
In oval sim-racing, shock settings get overlooked quite frequently. They’re a cure-all for most cases on the road racing side of things, but why are they typically set to their extremes and ignored for oval cars? Few people ever take the time to go through the shocks and see how they might affect the … Read the Rest »
Commodore’s Garage #22 – Shocks!
March 24th, 2017 by Matt Holden
If you’ve watched enough racing, there’s a good chance you’ve heard at least one team mention that they’ve got a new “shock package”. There’s also a good chance that team was either significantly faster or far more terrible than they were on the old shock package. Shocks have that power in bunches, and a … Read the Rest »
Commodore’s Garage #17 – 2017 is here!!
January 20th, 2017 by Matt Holden
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and, hopefully, everyone has been able to take what we looked at in 2016 and apply it to their sim-racing experience. Before we dive into the more complex components of the cars such as bumpstops, shocks, and alignments, let’s take a final look … Read the Rest »
Circle Track School
July 29th, 2013 by JaimeB
Does Under-Steer Make You Feel Under-Performed? I’m going to sound like an old man when I say this, but back in my day, cars were set up to be tight-handling. Most often it was because as a weekend warrior, we wanted to spend the time on weeknights adjusting a car for the next week, not … Read the Rest »