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Discussion in 'Car Culture' started by Andrew, Oct 6, 2013.
Not realy cool, but........ kind of new. Sadly.
FIA Formula E championship : Onboard video in Moscow
Germany: Gentlemen, start your electric engines! - Formula E comes to Berlin
Concorde-From the cockpit, Take-off and landing.
James May does it again
For sale: 2,500bhp twin-engine hot rod
What a beast. Brilliant Paul
Kenny B has done it again.
I know I'm cheating, it doesn't have wheels but I couldn't think of anywhere else to post it.
Well Manuel, it has a steering wheel , so it is a pretty cool thing with a wheel. And here it is in action.
On the heels of Ken Blocks insane Gymkhana videos and the groundbreaking snowboarding/rally part to close out DCs MTN.LAB 1.5 video, the DC Co-Founder and Rally Team Driver has joined with Subaru to make the worlds fastest cat track operation automobile for backcountry access for snowboarding. Dubbed the TRAX STI, this is a new teaser video from the test session for the highly-modified, snow-ready (to say the least) car.
hahahaha I forgot about that one, I guess it qualifies
and while we're at it, here's another one of his creations
@Manuel De Samaniego
RE HAHA. While i was searching for a video, you have answered . Have a good 1 out there m8.
Bit of burn out overkill...
Felino CB7 designed (and driven) by Antoine Bessette a Formula Atlantic racer. This prototype has a 2 l. 4 cyl. 200hp engine but production would/should be a 700hp.
Oldies but goldies
The fastest race car of the 1930s
History was made in this video
Here is another very cool car,PLUS a video at the end....--->>
A remarkable 1976 March 240/771 Formula 1 racing car seen at Louwman Museum, the Netherlands.
Following the unveiling of the six-wheeled Tyrrell P34 Formula 1 racer, March built its own racer with six wheels. This was made possible by a change in Formula 1 regulations in 1976. The difference between the two cars was that the March had four rear wheels, and the Tyrrell four front wheels. Also, the two manufacturers had different technological objectives: the Tyrrell’s ‘smaller’ front wheels were to reduce aerodynamic drag, whereas the March’s wheels were all the same size but four were fitted at the rear to improve grip. The March’s ‘2-4-0’ model designation refers to the Anglo-Saxon Whyte notation system for axle arrangements in steam locomotives: two leading wheels, four driving wheels, zero trailing wheels. The designation ‘771’ stands for ‘racing season 1977, Formula 1’.
The six-wheeled racer was tested extensively at Silverstone by Ian Scheckter, Jody Scheckter’s older brother, but it never raced competitively. At the end of the 1977 season March pulled out of Formula 1 racing and the car was sold to the British hill-climb specialist Roy Lane.