We get lots of letters from racers, some that promote interest and some that are redundant. Here is a thread that is common to many of our correspondents.
In the five or so years I have been writing for CT, I have received lots of mail and email from readers. Some of those are supportive of what we do, some respond to other readers needs and we appreciate that, and some ask technical questions.
When I get a tech question about something we have covered in CT, often many times over the past few years, I have to wonder if the person asking even reads the magazine. If it is a matter of comprehension, I am always glad to explain terminology or clarify a point I am trying to make.
When I get a question like, “ How do I find my roll center?”, I have to question first of all how long this person has been a reader and if more than a few years, how much of it they really read. If you have a question that relates to race car technology, our magazine is a great source and many readers save and categorize the issues.
You can also go to this website and search topics. There you will likely find articles that will tell you what you need to know. If you cannot find an article on a particular subject, let us know. We will be more than willing to prepare and present information on any subject you feel you need to know about to help your racing effort. We’re waiting to hear from you. Bob Bolles.