First track day has another rider hooked

This post originally appeared on Revzilla's blog Common Tread back in June 2018. Check it out here. Riding on the track has been a dream of mine for years. A few weeks ago, I finally took the Track Experience class hosted by the famed Penguin Racing School. Based in Winchendon, Massachusetts, Penguin has been running... Continue Reading →

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TDC’s Top 10 racing video games

Being a car and/or motorcycle enthusiast comes with several truths. One, this passion we all share is wonderful. Two, this passion can be ridiculously expensive. And three, racing video games are awesome. For this list, I've compiled what I think are the Top 10 racing video games of all-time. Now, before anyone calls for my... Continue Reading →

My Top 5 motoring dreams

I know I’ve got my arms around a powerful dream when it ignites a kind of desperation in me to have it, own it, hold it before it disappears: I’m learning it’s wise to pay attention to the ideas that steal inside and prick at your heart with such cold, sweet longing. I’ve been thinking a lot... Continue Reading →

‘Hitting the Apex’ is coming to NH!

If you're unfamiliar with Mark Neale's work, you've been missing out. Neale has been making some of the finest MotoGP documentaries anywhere, and he has recently released a brand new film called 'Hitting the Apex'. Narrated by Brad Pitt, HTA covers the 2013 into 2014 MotoGP season and follows six of the fastest riders at... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

It's fascinating how automobiles can embody human emotions and ideas. For example, if you wanted to define "finesse" in the automotive realm, cars like the Lotus Elise or Mazda Miata would fit the bill perfectly. Both are lightweight, nimble, and give a sense of connection and fluidity like few others can. When describing the essence of... Continue Reading →

Queen City Cars & Coffee III

Queen City Cars & Coffee is back! The past two years hosting this show have been absolute blast, and I'm stoked to be putting it on again this year. Last year, over 90 cars attended, about 30 more than the first year. For QC3 (just made that name up right now and I dig it) the... Continue Reading →

Co-Driver: Track Day Lemonade

Welcome to the brand new Top Dead Center series, Co-Driver. Here, fellow gear heads have an outlet for their automotive passions, whether it's a exciting story to tell, photos to share, or the retelling of an epic adventure. Co-Driver's inaugural entry comes from Shawn Pierce, a talented writer and photographer and friend of TDC, who had... Continue Reading →

The Torque Tube: Synaptic3 Performance

Synaptic3 Performance is a prime example of what this website was started for. Located in an out-of-the-way, unassuming business park in the fully unassuming town of Candia, NH, brothers Ron and Dana Salb have created a world-class performance shop that is turning out some of the most complete builds to be found on either road... Continue Reading →

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