Do tell us, Chris Harris. Do tell.
I might have to ask this guy to play at my wedding. (If that ever happens, haha. :p) Fun video!
Whenever I see the phrase, “Touge Monster” used, I think about Hot Version videos, the Amuse S2000, things like that.
I cut my teeth on car-life watching Japanese racing videos with NOB, and Tsuchiya, so I always get throwback feels seeing videos like this.
This is another one of those, “You’ll see why you need to watch this within the first 30 seconds” videos.
Just thinking about it,which do you like more. This or Ken Block’s Gymkhana 6?
Within about five seconds, you’ll see why I had to share this video with you. Cars just aren’t driven like this anymore.
100% commitment equals 100% respect here on |StartingGrid|.
Danny George is the sole reason I follow Formula D. Full stop.
I have never seen anyone save a car from sliding on it’s door, and just keep going! Totally redefines the phrase -”Do work”
Some serious luck here!
Just listen to it. Well played, Jaguar.
Thanks to Christine for sharing this on our Facebook page.
Normally, I’m not a fan of motorcycle powered go-karts, because the ones I see are build with crappy frames and just have too much power to really do anything with.
This one is basically a micro-formula car or hyper-superkart. Sounds like this builder is thinking of installing traction control and putting a full body on it.
I want one…
Maybe that's just me, but I like it Hearing the 2.9 Twin Turbo V8 of the 288 being used as it should, just makes my car-guy heart valves flutter. Since we never got to see a 288 GTO really used in competition, this is the closest that we'll probably get to see one being used in anger.
Besides, there is nothing more frustrating than seeing a supercar sit idle, so props to these 'Tax the Rich' guys for using the car as it should.
Having been previewed at SEMA this last weekend, Gymkhana Six just went live on Youtube today. Take a watch, because I know you’d rather see Ken Block do donuts, than read my words
A crucial thing about motorsport, both at a club and at a professional level is the level of preparation that it takes from both the driver and the equipment to be successful. Leaving a ten-cent bolt loose, or forgetting a tool, can be just as tragic for a race weekend as a driver not being properly ready physically.
This time-lapse video from Carlin Motorsport just gives an example of how much work it takes them to get ready for a race weekend.
This video checks all of the boxes. Great cinematography, great audio and providing enough information to let people know what happened without overwhelming technical chatter.
Plus it has Randy Pobst in it, who is just a legend.
Well played guys, I’ll definitely be watching more. I want to make videos for |StartingGrid| teams like this in the future, for sure.
Now this video does have spoilers of the podium results of the Belgium GP, so if you haven’t watched Spa then you might not want to watch this video yet. However, it’s so hilarious that you might just want to anyway.
In my opinion, what makes this video interesting is how many variables are involved in just ‘making the race car turn’. It’s more than just turning the steering wheel.
Clearly, this video falls under the “Cool nerd racing videos that you just need to watch.”
As Steven and I are getting our World Formula karts built, one of the hurdles to get over is how we’re going to be able to afford to properly race them over a season. Really, it’s starting to look more like next year. Taking into consideration, consumption items, repairs and all of the other racing add-ons, we’re going to need to figure how to either develop the proper sponsorship, or I’m going to start having to boiling my clothes to eat.
What? It’s here. Watch it.
Mad Mike is one of those drifters, who I absolutely love his style.
Take one quad-rotor FD3S, a super winding road, with some slow-motion shots and you have all of the pieces for a super fun video. No words. Just beautiful noise.
I’d love to do something like this. Thanks to Speedhunters for the original find.
The world has been missing a good racing movie. I mean, an actual good racing movie that shows the thrills and possible horrors of the sport. Ron Howard has brought together some amazing talent to make a film that’s less in a lesser talked about era of Grand Prix racing.
Lauda vs Hunt. I mean, Thor is now James Hunt! I cannot wait to see this movie. This is going to be amazing. What about you guys? Let us know in the comments.