Viper’s Roy Sjoberg Joins Philadelphia Concours d’Elegance June 24-25 to Benefit Cool Cars for Kids, Inc.
Roy Sjoberg, known as “Father Viper,” will join Carroll Shelby’s early “employees” Peter Brock and Chuck Cantwell, as the Philadelphia Concours d’Elegance holds a “Celebration of the Snakes” at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum July 24-25, 2022. The theme for the fifth annual Concours in the City of Brotherly Love will recognize the significance and
To celebrate its 30th year as presenting sponsor of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Ride for Kids, American Honda is donating three Repsol-edition CBR1000RR sport bikes from its private collection, to be auctioned through Iconic Motorbikes. The auction will run September 3-10, with all proceeds going to the PBTF. The amount raised will be announced
Salary and Benefits: Readers tell us who works for them, how long they’ve been there and what they get paid.
There are certain things, many of us are taught at a very young age, that a gentleman or lady does not discuss in polite company.
What is the purpose behind deep freezing engine parts (and other components)? Though its roots go back to the 1800s, the cryogenic craze started about 20-plus years ago when news was that some Pro Stock teams were “freezing” engine parts. The only answer given when asked “why” was that the cold temperatures somehow moved the
When it comes to a small business, every penny counts, just like every employee counts, in the successful operation of the business. But with health insurance and major benefits being too expensive for most small businesses to offer, how do you balance being able to recruit and retain good employees with benefits and incentives while keeping an eye on the bottom line of the business?
As most engine shops already realize, paying employees involves much more than simply writing a check. Business owners must calculate tax payments, monitor hundreds of state and local jurisdictional requirements, and keep up with new-hire reporting, quarterly and annual tax returns, direct deposits and issuing W-2s. With these complexities, more small companies are choosing to