Top 5 Best 7 passenger SUV’s

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People always want to buy their dream car whether you want to buy for your family or you just enjoy feeling of being a king of the road by driving a luxury car. And if you have a big family you always tend to look for a car with big room. So if you are planning to buy one you should take a look at the list of 5 best 7 passenger cars for you.

1. Mazda CX-9

Mazda CX-9

Cars loving people are obsessed with the comparisons of number between cars and often ranked cars by the maximum output, top speed or zero to sixty acceleration but the new generation CX-9 have proved that the power of engine doesn’t always have to be major point to determine the performance of a car. It is boosted with 250 horsepower 2017 CX-9 have shown amazing results on road. It is a fuel efficient car the engine is characterized to consume one gallon per 24 miles which is really a significant advantage over the competitors. It is a three row car the interior in very spacious for driver and middle row passengers however the last row is comfortable for kids. The car have starting price of 35,000$ the price is quite economical.

2. Audi Q7

Audi Q7

Audio Q7 starting price of 50,000$ is a full-size SUV associated as one of the most luxurious cars, under the hood it carries a V6 engine which produces a total power of 333 horsepower. The fascinating thing about this car is that the thrust control is distributed to both front and rear wheels of the car in a ratio of 40 to 60 and moreover the driver can also shift the power to the rear wheels only. According to the official data by the Audi corps the car can cover 0-60 acceleration in 6 seconds time. The Q7 passengers are treated well, with 3 rows of seating, a sophisticated cabin design and high quality material, as well as well design and thoughtful standard and optional features.

3. Mercedes GLS

Mercedes GLS

Mercedes proudly calls their GLS models the s-class among the SUV’s. It is currently available in three modified models GLS 450, 550 and MG GLS 63. The cheapest model 450 comes in a price of 68,000$. The engine offers a 362 horsepower a twin turbo V6. The exterior of the car is dynamic and clean. It is the biggest SUV in the Mercedes lineup it offers three row of sitting with comfortable passengers seats of high quality leather and high-end electronics system.

4. Land Rover Discovery

Land Rover Discovery

With a starting price of 50,000$ the car feels comfortable under any conditions in both on road and off road experience. This land rover is offered with two engine options diesel and petrol the engine offers a horsepower of 360 and guarantees a maximum output performance. The car have a remarkable towing capability up to 77 hundred pounds. The car is completely filled with technology as the interior configuration of seats and space can by organized according to your plans through an app on your smart phones.

5. Dodge Durango

Dodge Durango

If you got a big family and very fond of boating but not a fan of driving humongous SUV everywhere you go then you might want to consider more compact and sportier look car like Dodge Durango. The car worth about 38,000$ and offers a V6 engine of 295 horsepower. Despite of its small size the car have towing capacity of 6200 pounds. It offers another version for power hungry drivers offering a V8 engine of 360 horsepower. It is worth mentioning that this dodge is surprisingly spacious even the rear row can be seated with 2 adults comfortably.



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Daytona international speedway

As one of the largest outdoor sports facilities, this racetrack has the capacity of over 100,000 audiences. It’s located in Daytona Beach, Florida, since it’s foundation in 1959. It has undergone several renovations including installation of lights and speedway renovation. This has made it the best facility for the most prestigious race sponsored by NASCAR, Daytona 500.

Daytona International Speedway

It has lights around the track allowing the audience to have better view of the cars during a race. The 4km high-speed tri-oval, sports car course, which is 5.73km, 4.75 motorcycle course together with 400m karting and motorcycle flat-track all contribute to what makes gives this facility its stature. Aside from all this, it has a 29-acre lake that has hosted powerboat racing. With multiple layouts, it’s possible to have better races. Other than improving the experience for the racers, the fans can also enjoy themselves more as they cheer their racers on. Comfortable and permanent seats that are wider, more restrooms and concession stands, and wider entrances all contribute to improving the experience of the fans. The seating areas still have enough room for expansion, leaving room for more additional permanent seats.

The Daytona international speedway is capable of hosting several sports ranging from speedboat racing to high school and college football. This diversity has made them popular and preferred by many. The fans also have a fanzone that they can use to watch the race teams work on their cars and motorcycles before races. In addition, they can access a live entertainment stage and refreshment centers in the fanzone. Another fan spot is the party porch filled with food and drinks that fans can access without sacrificing their view of the racetracks.

Like every other sports facility, Daytona has had its fair share of accidents, some being fatal. To date, there have been 40 fatalities, involving drivers, motorists, powerboat racers, kart drivers and a track worker. Even with all that, there’s still room for renovations that will make the facility safer for all participants, fans, workers and racers.

Florida To Invade Georgia

So this week the United Sprint Car Series has got some 360 sprint car action going on up across the border and we hear a bunch of Florida teams are heading on up to partake.

Where should you be telling Google Maps you want to drive to if you’re the road trip type or really just hate your job and are looking for a good reason to get fired?

Florida To Invade Georgia

  • Thursday, July 17 – Lavonia Speedway at Lavonia, GA.
  • Friday, July 18 – Boyd’s Speedway at Ringold, GA
  • Saturday, July 19 – Dixie Speedway at Woodstock, GA

Your webmaster can vouch for Dixie Speedway as I spent two years of my life living in the Atlanta suburbs, a period of time I would prefer to forget about, with the exception of the times I went to Dixie Speedway for some sprint car racing. I even got to meet a then-teenager by the name of Sarah Fisher wheeling the family’s blue Mead sponsored sprint car.

But alas, I digress.

Here is a roll call of who we hear is going up for some/all of the races.

  • Collin Cabre
  • Danny Martin Jr.
  • Johnny Gilbertson
  • Nicholas Snyder
  • Matt Kurtz
  • The Witherspoons
  • Shawn Murray
  • AJ Maddox as a maybe.

We also hear that it’s $2,000 to win and $500 to start. But you might want to give Pete Walton a ring (or a bell as the British would say) to confirm payout at 770.865.6097.

In addition, USCS has their own mini sprint deal and we know of one driver, Chase Cabre, who will be racing in that class.

About Brian


Known to the staff as “The Hot Foot” or simply “Flyin'” Brian Penrose, Brian can be found campaigning this sweet ride on a regular basis.

Up and coming mini sprint driver Brian is our Editor at Speed. A devout Jac Haudenschild fan, Brian has many good qualities, including the ability to hold his breath underwater for at least seven seconds and also to quickly scan the checkout lines at Publix to see which is moving fastest.

NAME: Brian Penrose
AGE: Old enough to know better
HEIGHT: Too tall to be a jockey and too short to be an athlete
WEIGHT: Think of Tony Stewart
FAVORITE WoO DRIVER: Tie, “The Wild Child” Jac Haudenschild and “Hot Foot” Jason Meyers
FAVORITE BALDWIN BROTHER: None, they’re about as useful as stock car racing
FAVORITE MAGAZINE: Sprint Car & Midget
FAVORITE TV SHOW: Knoxville Nationals (Live once a year)
FIRST SPRINT CAR EXPERIENCE: I got to sit in one of Sonny Hartley’s sprint cars at a shop in Orlando when I was about 10 or 11
HOW I GOT INVOLVED IN SPRINT CAR RACING: My dad started me in quarter midgets as a kid and always loved the sprint cars
FAVORITE QUOTE: “Strap In, Hang On and Shut Up.”
ANYTHING ELSE WE SHOULD KNOW? I was a high school baseball & football coach. Even worked for the infamous TV baseball instructional videotape pitchman Tom Emanski.

Florida versus the world – the AVSS edition.

Florida’s Travelin’ Troy DeCaire and his AVSS ride for the 2012 racing season.

Florida's Travelin' Troy DeCaire and his AVSS ride for the 2012 racing season.

In Florida Versus The World news, Florida’s Travelin’ Troy DeCaire was at Kalamzoo Speedway this past weekend to compete with the AVSS. Troy qualified 12th but ran none too good in his heat due to a broken shock. Problem corrected, in the feature Troy made his typical charge to the front and got into a three-way battle for the lead with JoJo Helberg and Jason Cox and then the heavens opened up and rain put an end to the festivities, handing the win to Helberg.

Our Canadian snowbird friend Ryan Litt was also in the house, posting a fine fifth place finish. Mr. Litt had his in-car camera handy so now you can watch the entire feature from his perspective.


This weekend’s sprint car races, weather permitting…

You might want to check with the tracks first before you head out this weekend.

It’s been raining a lot this week and both of your options this weekend are on dirt, so check with your track of choice before packing up the family truckster and heading out.

The East Bay Sprint Series is scheduled for Saturday and last time out our Editor at Speed rejoiced as Sport Allen parked himself in victory lane with his new team. Our Editor at Speed is the Sport Allen Fan Club President, in case you didn’t know.

As of right now, the pilot of the Shaw house car, Stephen Darvalics sits on top of the East Bay Sprint Series points battled, followed by crowd favorite Kerry Gilbert.

You know who Kerry Gilbert is, right?

Kerry GilbertIs

Ok, good.

Well behind him in the points is Billy Boyd, and fourth is Tim George and rounding out the top five is Capt. Tony Agin.

Also on the bill is the FMSA, which is always a hoot at East Bay. Championship contender Gavin Thomas slides over to the Jesse Teed-owned Triple X chassis and our Editor at Speed “The Hot Foot” Brian Penrose returns to competition. Weather permitting, this should be a damn fine double bill.

The Southern State Lightning Sprints were to have a two night double header up at Marion County Speedway, but Friday night has already been rained out. If the weather holds up, they’ll be in action Saturday night, but as with both tracks, call ahead as more rain is forecast for Saturday.

So what are you to do? Well, you can add your two cents to the TBARA discussion going on here on the website. So far (as of 2:38 PM Friday afternoon) all of the commentary has been good and constructive.

If you’re truly bored, you can also watch some of these videos as well.

Watch in amazement as Lightning Lou Perez (that’s Haulin’ Collin Cabre’s dad to you and I) takes on Jim Backlund for the PWF Junior Heavyweight Title in 1989 at the Tampa Fairgrounds.

TBARA – Discuss It.

It wasn’t too long ago that the TBARA brought big fields of sprint cars and played to packed houses, but times have changed.

It is no secret that the 2012 racing season has proven to be a bumpy one for the TBARA. While the racing at the pointy end of the field has been good, car counts have ranged from good to poor and there have been race cancellations, first with the event at Watermelon Capitol Speedway in Cordele, GA and now it appears that the TBARA races at Desoto Speedway are being removed as well.

While the economy is certainly not good, it’s not worse than last year, and certainly not worse than 2009, when we actually had higher car counts, but it’s also not going to get much better any time soon. Prosperous times are not within sight for quite some time.

This is not a pretty chart, but GDP shows insight into recession recovery. Toward the end of a recession, you want to see 3% growth to move things in a positive direction. That is not happening right now.

So what is the point of this article then?

Well, we like to think our readers are an intelligent lot and most of you have supported the TBARA for many years on end, including us. But as Albert Einstein once famously said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over, yet expecting different results.”

I’ve always said I would like to see concessions for spec and crate engines to get them into cars and out on tracks, and yes there is one out there now with the TBARA, but I look at the blended rules packages that are popping up around the country in pavement late model racing to get more cars out into one class with each other.

And since diesel prices don’t look to be getting cheaper any time soon, I would say look at the pavement tracks within close proximity of the driver base and just work those tracks for 2013.

Wings? I don’t know that I’m sold on them at the moment.

Diesel? Not cheap.

Obviously participation of all parties – drivers, owners, tracks, fans is key for 2013. So we say, while things are slow at the moment, lets all put our heads together for some ideas for 2013 and get things pointed in the right direction.

Hell, maybe we should organize a town hall meeting some Saturday at high noon in the Tampa area, invite all of the above and throw ideas at the wall and see what sticks.

So post your thoughts, be constructive, no politics, no name calling, you know, the usual.

New Ryan Partin Gear Now Available!

If you have found yourself saying to yourself, “Man, I’d love to take a female companion to the next Top Gun Sprint Series race to cheer for Flyin’ Ryan Partin, but man, she’s just got nothing proper to wear to the track. What should I do?”

Well quit saying “man” so much and worry no more friends!

New Ryan Partin gear for the ladies is now available!

Yes, this very track appropriate summer dress will now be available at the Flying 14 trailer at all upcoming Top Gun Sprint Series races.

“I’ve spent the past couple weeks both working on the car and visiting some of the finest fashion shows from Milan to Paris to see what is fashionable in Europe this time of year,” said 2009 Top Gun Sprint Series champion Ryan Partin. “I hired a few designers on spec and after laboriously reviewing many design comps, I’ve settled on this very conservative design. I think my fans will be pleased, my mother, probably not so much. My dad very much approves though, for the record.”

So ladies, please stop by the Flyin’ 14 race hauler at the next Top Gun Sprint Series race at Bubba Raceway Park for a custom measurement and price quote.

Saturday’s Big Winner Was…

Punta Gorda Speedway

Down at Punta Gorda Speedway, Rob Kohler picked up the TQ win.

Rob Kohler bested the short field of TQs down at Punta Gorda Speedway, picking up the win over Jamie Barnum, Mike Belusar, Chris Gimmler and David Patterson.

On the website front, things seem to be holding steady, though I am going to require people to sign up to make comments. This has nothing to do with moderating anyone, but more to do with spammers injecting code into their comments and breaking things on the site, which I think is what was happening this last go around. In theory by making you guys sign up first, that should stop those sorts of spam attacks on our little website here.

Florida takes on the world at Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend.

This weekend, all fans of pavement sprint cars and flat out ridiculous speed will have their eyes glued upon the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee. We’ve already seen dizzying speeds from Jason Blonde earlier this year, but more importantly, the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series championship will be decided this weekend.

Florida’s very own Travelin’ Troy DeCaire, who was last year’s MSRXSS champ, will be aboard the TruFuel #6 machine fielded by Davey Hamilton Motorsports, and has but a two point lead over occasional Florida snowbird, Canadian driver Ryan Litt, and back in third is JoJo Helberg, who is just six points behind Travelin’ Troy.

sprint car

But wait, there’s more!

Defending TBARA champion and 2008 King of the Wings champ “The Bushnell Bullet” Shane Butler is en route for Bristol as well. Shane has reunited with his King of the Wings car owner Jimmy Brown for this event. Butler is also taking with him LJ Grimm, who was his teammate at Desoto last time out and favorite wrench Ricky Burnett, who was last spotted in the pits of our Editor at Speed at Bubba Raceway Park last weekend.

One thing is for certain, this race will be incredibly fast as these 410 sprint cars will put down blistering lap times and this is also arguably the best equipment Travelin’ Troy has sat in yet for the MSRXSS 2011 season, all of which should make for an excellent day of racing.

More than 30 cars are expected for the Xtreme Speed Classic, which offers a full racing program of heats, semi-features, and a 25-lap main event.Competitors will be gunning for the $10,000 winner’s purse, with a minimum $1,000 paid to each car qualifying for the 25-lap feature.

Serious stuff and a super very awesome event for lovers of sprint car racing.

And if you don’t feel like driving your car/van/crossover/RV up to Bristol, Tennessee, then you can go to Bubba Raceway Park Saturday night andcatch the Florida Mini Sprint Association in action.

Here is current track record holder Jason Blonde talking about the event. If you recall, earlier this year Troy DeCaire beat him in a 19-year old sprint car at Berlin Raceway.