Edinburgh Cruise June 2010
a compilation of video footage taken on 26th of June 2010 at hermiston
gate, showing alot of very nice cars with alot of hard work put into them.
Sorry about the shakiness at the start working on getting a tripod.
Integra Vs. Knockhill
My 29th Birthday present was a track day at knockhill, only thing was I had
to use my own car! SCAREY SH#T! Never been on a track before, was worried
about being hit. Turned out all right in the end had a great day. The car
survived only needing one new tyre! Phew! I will be back...
civic sir II
kryton's eg civic 1.8 integra type r engine, crail scotland,
12 year old takes his 7 year old brother for a joyride in 330bhp subaru wrx sti impreza
My son driving my Subaru impreza sti with 330bhp back in 2011. Check out my
new videos of him learning to drift, drag and circuit race plus driving
other cars here at cardrome. Just look at some of the things he's done in
As there are a few of you out there that are jumping up and down saying I'm
an idiot or the worlds worst father I should point out that this is on a
closed rd, no one in the video driving a car has a license. All my videos
of both my kids driving are in cars I own or owned at the time and was
prepared to accept the consequences if the hit something.
In my opinion they are in more danger crossing the road to school every
morning than either of them were in this video.
This place costs £15 a day to use from Dawn till dusk.
google cardrome in Romford for more info.
(EH3 Films) CW 98 Spec Integra Type-R - Edinburgh 2008
I recently purchased a manfrotto suction mount so we went out and made this
little video, pretty happy with the results, comments and criticism
For more videos check
For more info of the car
Travel Series - Scotland
Whoever travels to Scotland, meets a beautiful and rich country, rich in
beauty and history.
The majestic castles greet the visitor in every corner of the country.
Witnesses of time ago which remind one rather of plays and dramas, such as
Shakespeare or Macbeth which are the most famous example of it.
Some parts of Scotland rank among the most thinly settled areas of Europe
and offer the possibility of experiencing nearly undisturbed landscapes.
Whether lonely lighthouses or postcard picture church ruins, Scotland
should be traveled in peace and with time, in order to absorb the
un-comparable impressions, of nature and architect, it has to offer.