Garage Tours: The secret to winning at Hendrick Motorsports' NASCAR complex
See where Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. get their cars built
Ever wanna know what it takes to win over 200 NASCAR races and 11 championship titles? Well, Chris Forsberg gives you exclusive access to Hendrick Motorsports complex outside of Charlotte, North Carolina with Jeff Gordon’s crew chief Alan Gustafson on this new episode of Garage Tours.
Hendrick Motorsports is home to four NASCAR Sprint Cup teams with some of the biggest names in motorsports at the wheel including Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. At this sprawling 100-acre complex, cars and engines are built from the ground up and then rebuilt after every race. Forsberg gets a look into the facilities that handle these major builds from the machine shop to the suspension room.
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Ryan Tuerck heads to Connecticut for some BMW parking lot tire slaying before jumping into a post-Tuerck’d Corolla for a motor switch. Along the way, Tuerck answers your questions about whether he runs camber in competition, what other motorsport he would switch to, what it’s like to smash other people’s cars, and why he prefers the 2JZ engine.
Hit Tuerck with any follow-up questions below or on Twitter at #Tuerckd and stay tuned to NetworkA.com for more episodes of Tuerck’d. Episode 6 airs next Tuesday, December 2nd!
We're all for skating until you no longer can. Old guys skating are inspirational and give us hope for when we get old. But you've also got to know your limits. We have a feeling that these two older gentleman trying to tackle this miniramp haven't skated on a miniramp in quite a few years. There certainly going to be feeling this one for a week or two...
A mammoth snowboard for opening day at Mammoth Mountain! In this all new Every Third Thursday, Dave Lee and the entire Signal Snowboards factory crew team up on a huge project: a 10-foot long (304-cm) snowboard. The whole factory needs to be rearranged to create this behemoth board, but it pays off in the end. The board is mounted on top of the 4Runner and the crew arrives just in time for opening day at Mammoth Mountain. Check out team rider Ian Thorley turn heads as he laps the park and kicks the season off in a BIG way!
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Jenkem did a funny spoof of that 10 hours of walking in NYC as a woman video that came out in October. In that video the woman is being harassed non-stop with cat calls and interested men. And in Jenkem's spoof, it's about a skateboarder walking in Toronto holding his skateboard. He's safe from the Tony Hawk and do a kickflip calls.