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Red Bull in Himalaya

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Péter Bártfai, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

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    Oh man, this is awesome!!!:)

     
  2. Sérgio Marques

    Sérgio Marques

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    Driving an F1 in a road like that and so dirty, should not be an easy job!
     
  3. Diego Lopez

    Diego Lopez

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    hey after watching this, it could be a great sport. a new type of "off road-ish" racing sport, kinda of like thos fast cars in Dirt 2 and 3, forgot what the class is called.
     
  4. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

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    I would definitely try this in a racing sim! Dirty asphalt to snow, 14-22 C change in temperature (they climbed 2200m!) in a short time. + the track/road is very narrow and bumpy. That's changeable condition! Cool!:) And must be a really hard challenge irl.
     
  5. James Chant

    James Chant
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    Video really starts around 2:10.
     
  6. Péter Bártfai

    Péter Bártfai

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    Yea the F1 part. I just didn't want to say that because I think the scenery they show in the first 2 minutes is also worth watching:)
     
  7. Chris Jenkins

    Chris Jenkins
    Driving til the wheels fall off

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    Like rally cross or something?
    Open-wheel/F1 style cars modified for rallying would be awesome.