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Fit All Your Weekend Gear In One Rolling Bag
The Trackside Gear Bag is constructed from 600d poly with a retractable pull handle and rugged high density wheels. The bag is designed to easily transport all of your safety gear with a large padded and lined main compartment and a separate padded helmet storage area. Multiple adjustable divider panels allow you to customize your storage. A separate top compartment allows you to isolate smaller accessories. Two compression straps and multiple grab handles help you easily transport your gear to and from the track.
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By Winding Road Staff / August 15, 2014
Team Winding Road Tackles America’s Longest Club Endurance Race
Everyone loves an underdog!
In The Big Engine That Could, a group of regular guys participates in The 25 Hours of Thunderhill, the longest endurance race on the US road racing calendar.
Not only that, they have selected an unlikely beast of a car to race – the Ford Mustang – an American icon that is bigger and heavier and technologically simpler than the competition.
But they have a weapon, not exactly secret: the 450 hp Boss 302 V-8 from Ford Racing.
Will The Big Engine, and a lot of heart from Team Winding Road’s 16 crew members, be enough to finish this grueling race and possibly stand on the podium in class in the December 2013 running of the 25 Hours?
Win or lose, The Big Engine That Could will be a film of the process, the thrills and the problems of endurance racing, with behind the scenes coverage of the team's progress and plenty of in-car footage.
Watch the trailer: