weather calculations for racing engine tuning
Jet your car from anywhere with an internet connection. Have a smartphone? You now have a portable jetting calculator.
Real-time density altitude from current weather data at various tracks including: NHRA & IHRA dragstrips, road courses, dirt ovals.
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Thanks for visiting our site. We provide real-time, historical, and forecast weather data for racing engine tuning. We also provide engine tuning tools for mechancial fuel injected racing engines. We are constantly adding tracks to the site. If you'd like to see your track added to the list, send it over. Learn more about this site and it's creators or read some of the articles we've written.
April 12, 2021
We wrote about this event from 2 years ago. The information is still relevant and explains how the spring weather might affect an engine during a racing event at Lucas Oil Speedway.
Air Density Tuning at MLRA Lucas Oil Speedway Oval Track, April 12-13, 2019 Presented by RacingJunk.com
April 5, 2021
As we go through our old articles and bring them up-to-date, we thought you might want to brush up on some concepts as well. Here is our one of our first articles that explains the different weather variables we present on the site. You can brush up on your basic weather knowldege to apply at the track.
April 2, 2021
We're in the process of overhauling our on-site articles and revisiting some of the articles we've written for other publications. If you haven't seen it yet, check out our list of articles for tons of info about weather and engine tuning. There is a ton of information there.
We're excited for a more normal racing season this year and look forward to more information to come!
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