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Editorials Directory

This is a directory to a series of articles that have appeared in American Muscle Kart that attempt to explain the inner workings of the Unlimited All-Stars. They pertain to a variety of subjects relevant to why the UAS is set up and operates the way it does, how the rules are intended to be applied and provides historic perspective. Additional articles will be added at least six months after they first appear in American Muscle Kart.

These articles will provide UAS racers fans with information that will help them understand this unique motorsport organization. These articles are required reading for anyone wishing to start a UAS class at a race track or for somone contemplating becoming a UAS Regional Administrator.

 

A Different Breed, Camaraderie and Sportsmanship in the UAS

This article appeared in the Spring 2012 American Muscle Kart, Volume 5 Number 1.This article describes the camaraderie and sportsmanship that partly defines the UAS. It also describes the proper application of the various sections of the UAS rule book.

 

Are We Our Own Worst Enemy?

This article appeared in the Summer 2009 American Muscle Kart, Volume 2 Number 2. It discusses how racers can unwittingly offend sponsors.

 

The Unlimited All-Stars...Dare to Think Differently

This article appeared in the first ever issue of American Muscle Kart, Spring 2008, Volume 1 Number 1. It attempts to briefly explain what the UAS is.

 

Is the Wankel Killing or Saving the UAS?

This article appeared in the Winter 2010 American Muscle Kart, Volume 3 Number 4. It discusses how the UAS was created to provide a place for innovation.

 

So where Do We Go From Here?

This article appeared in the Fall 2011 American Muscle Kart, Volume 4 Number 3. It examined the status of the UAS after the conclusion of the 2011 Grand National, discusses what might happen if the Grand National were to be rained out and explains why an AMK subscription is not included with UAS membership.

 

So, Who's Watching?

This article appeared in the Fall 2008 American Muscle Kart, Volume 1 Number 3. It explains that the UAS was created to provide a marque class that even the general public will be fans of . The UAS is intended to be used to promote the sport at large.

 

The Care and Feeding of a UAS Administrator, The Expectations of a UAS Administrator and How to Keep Your Regional Administrator in Top Condition

This article appeared in the Spring 2009 American Muscle Kart, Volume 2 Number 1. It explains what is expected of UAS administrators and how racers can pitch in to support their regional administrator.

 

UAS...Not Someone Else's Little League

This article appeared in the Fall 2010 American Muscle Kart, Volume 3 Number 3. It explains that UAS was not set up to be a stepping stone for young racers wishing to aspire to a professional racing career. Instead it is intended for experienced racers who just want to race. Many of those racers have already run the gamot of racing every conceivable type of vehicle and have dealt with the enormous time and expense many of those require. They have found a home in the UAS.

 

We're All In This Together

This article appeared in the summer 2008 American Muscle Kart, Volume 1 Number 2. It breifly describes why and how the UAS was first started.

 

When I Was a Kid

This article appeared in the Summer 2012 American Muscle Kart, Volume 5 Number 2. This article explains that the UAS is an attempt to preserve at least one type of motorsport that is about creating new and different machines and it's not all about just the driver

 

Yankee Ingenuity

This article appeared in the Winter 2011 American Muscle Kart, Volume 4 Number 4. It illustrates that the UAS was created to allow a unique place for creative racers to pursue happiness.

 

"This is How We Do It"

This article appeared in the Summer 2013 issue of American Muscle Kart and examines the reasons that the UAS rule review is conducted as it is.

 

Tough Calls

This article appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of American Muscle Kart and examines the UAS Executive Directors position on making tough decisions at a racing event.

 

Are We There Yet?

This article appeared in the Fall 2012 edition of American Muscle Kart. It examines the original goals of the UAS and analyzes the progress toward achieving those goals with and eye toward the future.

 

The Unlimited All-Stars Divisional Program

This article appeared in the Winter 2012 issue of AMK and describes the Executive Director's vision of a Divisional Program within the UAS.

 

All of the articles referenced on this page are the property of American Muscle Kart who holds the copyrights to them.


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