The speed and daring of auto racers is a vicarious thrill for most of us (unless you've earned a speeding ticket). Millions of motorsport fans love the noisy power of souped-up cars making it a universal spectator sport around the world. Its a lot safer than driving fast on our city street.
For auto racing you need a car. If you are racing at the local speedway on "amateur day", any car will do, but the professional racers depend on a fast car for their living. A good racing car can cost as much several million dollars, and as much again to maintain each year. When racing, you also need to wear a helmet and a flame-resistant suit.
If you are considering buying a race car, you can find new and used auto racers in the Bargain Finder, through Race City Speedway Motorsport Park, or on the Web.
Most health clubs, gyms, community activity centres (even the university and colleges) offer aerobics classes. After you decide where to take your classes, select a level (most people should start with a beginners class). You can also do aerobics at home, with a good selection of TV programs or workout videos available for rent or sale. If you are considering a home workout, check with your physician about any health concerns.
If you can't find any nearby classes, call your local Parks and Recreation office or a health club for suggestions.