Now in our third year of our Women in Motorsports issue, we continue to find amazing women doing amazing things in motorsports, and this might be our best group of women yet. This year, we feature a bakers dozen – 13 women – who come from all kinds of different backgrounds and do all kinds
Paretta Autosport showcased their all women team for the first time at the 2021 Indianapolis 500, but for Beth Paretta, it was more than a race.
Justina Reusch attended her first tractor pull event at just two weeks old. Ever since, diesel motorsports has been her life at Reusch Diesel.
As president and CEO of QA1, Melissa Scoles has a lot on her plate. Despite her many responsibilities, meeting people in the industry is her favorite part.
An affinity for STEM education led Alba Colon into the automotive industry where she has continuously elevated her career with GM and now Hendrick Motorsports.
Whether you’re a man or a woman, you can relate to that feeling this industry gives you and you want to immerse yourself in it. That’s what makes this industry great.
Lindsay Wheelock is the definition of a renaissance woman. Not only is Wheelock a drag car driver, but also a dental hygienist who’s homeschooled her three kids since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a clutch specialist, Kaylynn Simmons is part of an NHRA Top Fuel team that puts together a drag car to handle speeds of 330 mph.
Machine shops are increasingly turning to abrasive finishing tools that can be easily integrated into CNC machine carousels or tool holding systems.
Julie Giese went from growing up on a dairy farm to becoming track president of Phoenix Raceway… and it only took a handful of rejection letters and a passion for racing to get there.
When it comes to keeping your engine happy and operating well, engine bearings are a component that play a big role in that regard. They’re small and relatively inexpensive when compared to other engine parts, but if an engine bearing doesn’t do its job, the consequences can be many.
CAM programming for 5-axis machining should include strategies for steep wall cavity machining, concave and curved surface machining, as well as the ability to produce superb finishes.