Modified Honda CBR250R Races Kawasaki Ninja 250s! - On Two Wheels Episode 11

On this episode of On Two Wheels, Motorcyclist magazine's Ari Henning modifies a 2011 Honda CBR250R for Production 250 racing! Ari equips the bike with go-fast parts from Bazzaz, Leo Vince, Woodcraft and Hotbodies Racing and then rolls onto the starting grid at Thunderhill Raceway to see how the new Honda stacks up against the reigning 250 class king, Kawasaki's Ninja 250. Does the single-cylinder Honda pose a threat to the twin-cylinder Kawasakis? Watch the episode and find out! On Two Wheels appears every other Wednesday on the new Motor Trend channel. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! Facebook - & Twitter - Google+ - Website - &

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1965 Ferrari 275 GTB: Italian Competition Class at its Best! - 2017 Pebble Beach
Motor Trend’s Jonny Lieberman joins Gooding & Company’s David Gooding to experience one of the more covetous cars being auctioned off during the 2017 Pebble Beach Car Week, a 1965 Ferrari 275. Expected to sell for $2,000,000 to $2,400,000, this Ferrari came from the factory with several competition features and has several wins to its name. Gooding and Lieberman explore the Pacific Coast Highway around Malibu, allowing the red Ferrari’s 3.3-liter V-12 to not only breathe but also unleash all 280 of its horsepower. Experience what it’s like to drive a seven-figure machine and learn the history of a legendary prancing horse. pb:ep17_ts_de:link:na:mtod

The King of Queens: 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass - The House Of Muscle Ep. 9
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Building Finnegan's Dream-Car Firebird! - Roadkill Ep. 67
On this episode of Roadkill powered by Dodge, we do the Tire Rack One Lap of America race the Roadkill way: buying a 1969 Pontiac Firebird that hasn't run in 17 years, changing every mechanical bit of it in three days, and then hitting the road for action! We do all this while assembling one of Mike Finnegan's dream cars—a first-gen Firebird—to conjure up bygone days of blasting around in his high-school buddy's car. Tony Angelo from HOT ROD Garage joins us for long days of wrenching and longer miles of driving on the Roadkill quest to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! rk:ep67_fe_de:link:na:mtod Jegs: Radiator - Part Number: 923-84251-S-DS-N Gas Cap - Part Number: 691-3931449 Fuel Tank - Part Number: 691-R302 Fuel Tank Sending Unit - Part Number: 965-FSU6701 Fuel Tank Sending Unit Gasket - Part Number: 691-3825206 Timing Cover Gasket Set - Part Number: 555-210665 Spark Plugs - Part Number: 065-R45S Oil Pan - Part Number: 074-15-452 Oil Pickup - Part Number: 074-15-401 Oil Dipstick - Part Number: 074-20-850 Oil Pan Gasket -Part Number: 969-4349 Valve cover gaskets - Part Number: 720-5869 Speedometer cable - Part Number: 691-6478128 Speedometer Cabler - Part Number: 691-6478176 Exhaust downpipes - Part Number: 958-DGF10S Exhaust system - Part Number: 958-SGF70 Exhaust clamps - Part Number: 958-HVC21 Steering box - Part Number: 153-800205 Intake manifold - Part Number: 350-7156K Carb adapter plate -Part Number: 350-2732 Transmission Mount - Part Number: 355-3-1108G Door seals - Part Number: 238-LM22-A Trunk seal - Part Number: 691-K3020 Facebook -, & Twitter - & Google + - Website - & Roadkill Shop -

2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo Executive—Is This Super Sedan a Proper Porsche? - Ignition Ep. 178
On this episode of Ignition presented by Tire Rack, Jonny Lieberman explores the aspects of the all-new, second-generation four-door from Porsche. The facts of the car are (of course) impressive: 550 hp from a 4.0L, twin-turbo V-8, coupled with a new eight-speed PDK transmission that powers all four wheels, and all-wheel steering, which means the big Porsche is a serious performer. Since the Executive model gets a near–6-inch stretch, it’s easy to declare the Panamera the world’s ultimate factory limousine. However, is this the sedan Porsche should be building? To answer this question, Lieberman travels 89 years into the past and has a look at what might have been. What does he discover? Watch and find out! ig:ep178_fe_de:link:na:mtod Facebook - & Twitter - & Google+ - Instagram - @mt_ignition Website -