Racepak has been a virtual household name in racing circles for decades, but with the trickle down of technology and pricing for the semi-professional and amateur racers, it’s become increasingly difficult to find a race car that doesn’t have Racepak products onboard or a racer that doesn’t have a Racepak on their wish list.
The Racepak is a high-tech, superintuitive, all-inclusive digital dash. Making a name for itself in all sorts of motorsports racing, the Racepak has been used in drag and other forms of automotive racing for quite a few years now.
If there’s one thing our look into Scandinavian performance car culture over the past month has taught me, it’s to always expect the unexpected.
When the sport of organized drag racing first came to be, data acquisition consisted of what the driver could remember, and what his crew thought they saw as a car made laps on the track.
There’s a reason why Hyundai and Bisimoto have nicknamed this Sante-Fe, the “Santa-Fast”; actually, there are 1,040 reasons, or shall we say, horses.