When a friend of mine brought this to my attention, the first thing that came across my mind was “Man, Japan has everything…” Well, the first thing was “Holy crap, that’s freaking random.” Then, “Japan has everything…” (video after the bump)
Yeah, neither did I.
Superkarts are insanely fast racing machines. Faster than most racing cars that you can get your hands on. This Superkart in this video is faster around Cadwell Kart than an F3 car.
Watch, and enjoy.
Two weeks ago, I drove in a club race at Sumas Motorsports Academy. It was my second race in my X125 Tag/Velox SK1. I qualified ninth, finished the first heat race in sixth, and the final in seventh. I got as high as fifth place in one of the heat races, but at the end of the day, I probably finished where I should have.
The Mclaren F1 GTR is one of my favorite cars, of all time. These videos bring to mind a discussion that I’ve been having with some of my peers about having the right network of people around you, in order to create true success.
Seeing all of the brilliant people involved in developing such a program really drives that point home.
Part 2-4 after the bump.
I pretty much took the weekend off racing to watch the World Touring Car Championship at the Nurburgring. It was the first year that that series was back at the full Nordschleife, and I wasn’t going to miss that.
Although really, I wasn’t going to miss it since the FIA doesn’t care if WTCC is on Youtube. I like how, unlike other motorsports *cough* Formula 1 *cough*, you can easily find links.It’s like someone understands that in 2015, if you like something, that you should put it on the Internet. How novel!
Anyway, I watched it. You should watch it. Here you go.
Videos below after the bump. You can easily find Free Practice videos too, but I just didn’t feel like posting them.