Auto Web Site Shows Off Vehicles' Performance
August 23, 2006
The very first thing that you notice in a vehicle is its appearance. Everybody does long for that vehicle that looks really good and makes heads turn each time it zooms by. But what it would be like to own a vehicle that does not have enough power to make you zoom through the streets and roads? Certainly, you would rather have a lesser striking vehicle that moves fast than one that looks good and just does not perform well.
Good news for everybody now. There is now a website that offers the most important information on vehicles’ performance. This website can be found at performanceINSIDER.com and you certainly would be having a grand time browsing through and absorbing the information on various vehicles’ performance. Just imagine, it would be just like going to your favorite store and looking at all those parts Jeep that you have been looking for since the day you decided you wanted to change some of your Jeep’s parts.
So it could now be said that this site, performanceINSIDER.com would be providing you with more than enough data on horsepower and performance. And yes, all the information you would be getting from the mentioned site would all be accurate and just right.
BFGoodrich is one of the contributors to this site. And the manager for BFGoodrich’s performance category department exclaims, “As a weekend racer and gearhead myself, I find the amount of misinformation on the web to be both scary and frustrating. That’s why we are so pleased to supposed performanceINSIDER and serve performance enthusiasts everywhere.” Other contributors to the site include Michelin, Brenbo Brakes, Skip Barber Racing, and BBS Wheels as well as other race car drivers who have already proven their feats on the racetrack. Terry Earwood of Skip Barber Racing further adds, “Performance driving is a passion for thousands, and it’s exciting knowing that we can reach these people and thousands more with courses like Need for Speed.”
Need for Speed is an online course you can find on performanceINSIDER.com which is given for free. Other courses you can find on this site include topics on upgrading your car’s performance as well as getting that performance driving experience.
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