Fixing, servicing and providing maintenance to race and sports cars is unique and requires specialized skills and parts. Some people purchase old Mustangs or BMWs or other cars known to be suitable for racing and will fix them up or prepare them for races. For those who are, or who have thought about, building or fixing up a race car, there are lots of ways to learn, such as the following:
- Online forums; for those with any working knowledge of how to fix, service or repair cars, many online resources can take that primary education and can help provide tips, tricks and tutorials on everything from where to buy parts, to how to build an engine.
- Online parts and secondhand shopping; there are lots of places to buy every race part, including the most unique items for prices which won’t break the bank. Check local marketplaces, online auctions and other internet sources for the parts you need.
- Take your time; building or even repairing a race car is no easy or quick task, and requires patience, skill and expertise, so ensure to take the time needed to learn and do it right.