HPD CR-Z Racer
The hybrid CR-Z Racer pairs a turbocharged and intercooled version of its
1.5-liter 4-cylinder with reworked electric assist utilizing
nickel-cobalt-magnesium batteries. Read more: http://bit.ly/ncyMig
Picking the 2011 Best Drivers Car - Part 3 - The Downshift Episode 6
In Part 3 of our special Best Driver's Car edition of The Downshift, Jonny
Lieberman and Justin Bell finally get their turn to hot lap eleven of the
world's greatest sports cars at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. After
eliminating 8 contenders from the competition, they decide to head out on
the open road with the Top 3 finalists to decide the 2011 Best Driver's
Car. Part 3 of 3.
Watch Part 1 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbiDoFq10uw
Watch Part 2 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTCmNjHGzl0
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Honda Civic Assembly Plant, Greensburg Indiana
We investigate how a car is put together with a behind-the-scenes tour of
Honda Manufacturing in Greensburg, Indiana. This segment is from The
Friday Zone, a kid's show produced out of Indiana University's WTIU, a PBS
station in Bloomington, IN. Learn more at www.fridayzone.org or like us on
Facebook at www.facebook.com/fridayzone
NASA HPD Honda Challenge Buttonwillow Driver: Jeremy Croiset
Driver: Jeremy Croiset Car: Honda CRX Class: H2
Crew: Felix Jimenez, Jorge Garcia, Frankie Ho, and Robert Bawdon.
Second NASA Socal HPD Honda Challenge Event of 2011 season at Buttonwillow
Raceway. Some fantastic racing with Edik.
Sat, April 9, 2011
Honda's 30 Years of Manufacturing in the U.S. - Autoline This Week 1651
Many believe the biggest news of 1982 was the Falklands War invasion while
in business the DeLorean Motor Car Company hit the brakes for the last
time. Meanwhile, the big winner at the movies was the overachieving period
film "Chariots of Fire." Those stories grabbed the headlines but in a rural
hamlet near central Ohio, Honda was quietly opening the first Japanese auto
factory on U.S. soil. It's been 30 years since those doors opened and the
factory is not only still going strong but continues to grow and expand.
This week on Autoline, John McElroy goes on-the-road to Marysville, Ohio to
visit this historic plant and see what it has meant to not only Honda for
the last 30 years, but the community as well. Get more video everyday at
History of the Suzuki GSX-R
2010 is the 25th anniversary for the GSX-R. This is a little documentary
about its history, from the beginning year of 1985 to the present model.