What a Drag

The race weekend at Utah Motorsports Campus in Tooele, Utah was a lot of work. It was hot, and because the infrastructure is slowly deteriorating, I was constantly troubleshooting problems. I made a comment on social media that there are only two nice times in Utah, Sunrise and sunset, otherwise it was hot and a… Continue Reading


The Silver State

If you head east into the Sierras from Sonora, you come to Pinecrest Lake. Its about a 40 mile drive, and you climb up to 6000 foot elevation. The lake is a state park and has a campground. We found a campsite online that said it was big enough for us, so we booked three… Continue Reading


California Gold Country

We saw Yosemite and took in the major attractions, so it’s time to move on, right? If we could have found some place to go, we would have. With the 4th of July falling in the middle of the week, it turns out the the weekend before and after were prime weekends, and every place… Continue Reading


Hey, Let’s visit Yosemite

We left the Monterey area and spent easy days driving across the central valley to the foothills of the Sierras. It took some searching, but we found a place in the historic gold mining town of Columbia. The campground is the site of an old Marble quarry, and we have a quiet spot shaded by oak… Continue Reading


The Dry Lagoon

It should have been an easy weekend… We show up, plug into World Superbike’s system, deploy minimal equipment, and sit back and enjoy the weekend. Yeah, it went something like that. We arrived at Laguna Seca near Monterey, Ca on Tuesday.  The goal was to get as much setup on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning… Continue Reading


We make this up as we go

One would think that after more than a year on the road, we would be pretty squared away and have routes and destinations pre planned weeks ahead of time. Nope, it seams that the longer we do this the less planning we seem to do.  More than often we say, “we’ll figure it out as… Continue Reading


How the Time and the Miles Fly By

Race weekends are busy, with long hours and a lot going on. Road America, with it’s size and terrain, amplifies the amount of work. From the time we start setting up on Tuesday, until we load the server rack back onto the truck Sunday evening, I don’t get a lot of rest. We did get… Continue Reading