Running a forced induction application that makes big power in drag racing can make tuning a more complex process due to all the additional factors boost adds.
When I saw that Racepak had a new heart rate monitor, I was very interested. From all the books I read and the time spent working with a sports coach, I know having the “right” heart rate is instrumental in getting in the “zone” before a run.
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.