And…, I’m bored on the internet again. It happens.
I just came on this guy a few days ago. Dan Bull. He’s a UK music artist that does raps about video games and comedy, so he’s just hilarious. The only reason I’m sharing this is because he did a comedy rap for Forza Motorsport 5, and it was really pretty good.
Want to know what it was like to be Gerhard Berger in the 1994 Formula 1 Season? Here you go with this onboard video.
800hp at 15,000rpm? Yes, please. (If you read this, before clicking the video, what’s wrong with you? Watch the video!)
Of course, someone catches me mugging the camera in my fatty kart suit.
I guess we have to do something ourselves sometimes, right?
So the start of the 2014 race season has finally gotten underway for myself and my karting team, Xccel Racing. We’ve got several drivers in different categories of machines this year, so that allow us get out to several different tracks in the Pacific Northwest.
I know of several people who will know more about the background about Project CARS than I will. However from what I’ve seen of this trailer, I need to buy this game as soon as it comes out.
Now, who can fill us in more about it? I’d probably check the comments here or on our Facebook page.
I love old Hot Version videos, and this one was pretty ridiculous. 650HP Supra, 450HP FD3S, an Evolution and a bunch of rain. I’ll let you figure out the rest of what happens on your own.
DW86. AE-V86. Whatever you want to call it, the DriftWorks AE86 has been an epic build to follow. The ASCAR-powered (No, that’s not a typo of NASCAR) AE86 has been screaming over the internet, showing awesome build photos, fenders and engine installation.
Lotus F1 Team has sort of fallen as the base of a lot of Formula 1 jokes in the last couple of weeks. With their team principle leaving for Mclaren, a massive staff exodus and a very odd looking nose for their 2014, Lotus doesn’t really have a good look going on for the new year.
But at least they show us a video of Crashtor being pulled around in a vanity trailer. Because you know, that’s important. I think this video has some V6 engine audio in it. Can anyone tell?
So take it from someone who has driven in Formula 1, and has massive experience with racing hybrid cars. Allan McNish is probably the most qualified person to be explaining how the cars will feel in Formula 1 for 2014.
Besides, it’s always good to get a Shakedown video where a former driver is the star. You learn so much about how they think. Watch and enjoy.
Ok, so I did find this video via Axis of Oversteer, but I’m being a good boy and making sure that they get the credit for it. Still freaking funny though, in a dorky sorta way.