Articles

What is race gas? | Fuel Facts

Race gas is race gas–there’s just one kind, right? Well, no. The term covers an entire spectrum of products, including some you can even use on the street.

Get the latest articles through our feed.
Subscribe
Why not Avgas in your car? | Fuel Facts

Is aviation fuel a viable alternative for a classic car?

Cars that sit need clean fuel, too | Fuel Facts

Just because it's sitting, doesn't mean you should give it anything less than what fuel you'd put in a running classic.

Does the octane number in your manual match the one on the pump? | Fuel Facts

If the manual recommends 96 octane, does that mean you should fill up with 96-octane race fuel? Not exactly.

Was yesterday's gasoline better? | Fuel Facts

Was the leaded gasoline of yesteryear really more potent than today's fuels?

Homebrewed, non-ethanol fuel: A potentially deadly DIY | Fuel Facts

Look hard enough, and you can find plenty of videos on how to make your own non-ethanol fuel at home, but doing so can be harmful to your health–and your …

Is alcohol in fuel good or bad? | Fuel Facts

Most modern fuels contain some ethanol–but is that a good thing or a bad thing?

Classic Porsche 911 Buyer’s Guide 1965-1998 | Book Review

Classic Motorsports reviews “Classic Porsche 911 Buyer’s Guide 1965-1998” by Randy Leffingwell.

What's in aftermarket additives anyway? | Fuel Facts

Just how true are the promises on all those brightly colored bottles at the auto parts store? We ask an expert to find out.

Cocomats: A chic and sustainable automotive accessory

Cocomats.com now offers more options than ever to best match your car's interior needs.

1 2 3
Our Preferred Partners
SRXyTtC2N6MOkSHRdkk1MUPE3eGVWCVlBPPGHzGxF4gLCIgvorbkJXhE10SC1NsH