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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.

Ayrshire Cruise - Strathycruise
Ayrshire Cruise - Strathycruise

The South West Motor Show 2009
The South West Motor Show 2009, held at Newton Abbot Racecourse in Devon.

west lothian cruise
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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 my cars! 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.

Glasgow Cruise - Strathycruise
GlasgowCruise, 9th of June 2007. Cars, babes and burnouts!

civic sir II
kryton's eg civic 1.8 integra type r engine, crail scotland,

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Autosport International 2009 Live Show (EDC, Mark Luney, Terry Grant, WRC etc)
Autosport International 2009, NEC Birmingham 9-11 January Live Show Video, Drifting, Terry Grant, WRC, Banger Racing etc 1,000+ Photos of the babes, cars and live show at : http://www.strathycruise.com/events/autosport-international-2009-1.htm http://www.strathycruise.com/events/autosport-international-2009-2.htm Thursday, 8th of January 2009 Autosport International is the one event that we all look forward to pretty much from the moment the previous one finishes. It's the biggest, most well attended and diverse show in the UK for anyone who has even a passing interest in motorsport, modified or performance cars. It's not the grot fest that a lot of English events have become in recent years, filled with borderline jail bait and trying to flog copy of a copy body kits, under car neons and CD's that HMV stopped stocking 5 years ago - quite the opposite in fact - Autosport is a celebration of everything car enthusiasts relish. This year we decided to make the trip down for both the media and trade days so it would be easier to get around and actually see the cars and talk to the people at the stands. The public days (the Saturday and Sunday) are always jam packed which is great for atmosphere but not so hot for taking photos. Our journey started at 3am when the alarm went off, that was the signal that we had less than an hour to do our final preparation before leaving for Birmingham. As usual I managed to delay everyone by dicking around and panicking though not by as much time as usual. With a fully laden BMW 1 series we all made a break for the border by about half 4. The trip down was as uneventful as you'd expect in the wee small hours and thankfully no road works were encountered to slow our pace. We got to the NEC for just before 9 bells, found a parking spot just at the entrance and began to unpack our gear. Feeling £8 lighter for the days car parking in the NEC grounds (added to the £5 for the M6 Toll) we got inside and made our way to the media centre to pick up our passes. For once we'd planned ahead and everything went smoothly, I wonder if that will ever happen again The first 10 minutes at Autosport are the most challenging. It's such a massive show, spread across so many halls you really don't know which way to turn and start from. With Bex, EK Andy, Marie and myself all carrying a camera or camcorder we decided to split up and go in the opposite direction so we wouldn't be shooting the same things at the same time. With a verbal agreement to meet up for lunch we went our separate ways and ventured into the first hall. If you've never been to the NEC before you can compare it to a Glasgow's SECC - but on steroids. Being a conference centre it looks fairly similar inside but the sheer size of it is unbelievable. The one thing they constantly do (that really gets on my tits) is to use very crap lighting. Everything looks orange and with red carpeting almost everywhere it totally screws up any photos and video (you'll probably notice in a lot of the shots the strange colour casting). But that's about the only negative thing that can be said about the place and it's nothing to do with the show organisers. Inside the arena Autosport International is split into various different sections. There is the Engineering Show which consists of the manufacturing side with lathes, CNC machines, digital micrometers and other industrial gear through to pistons, valves, cams and other engine parts. Then there's the Aftermarket Show which is aimed more at the garage industry with aftermarket component makers showcasing their new ranges for the coming year. Finally we have the Pistonheads Show which is what we were most interested in. It takes all the areas of motorsport, modified and performance motoring and brings everything together. From alloy wheel manufacturers, suspension companies, rally teams, high performance auto makers and everything else that falls within the realm of performance motoring. ...more at www.strathycruise.com

Me n Mark on way home fae Edinburgh Cruise
Me n Mark on way home fae Edinburgh Cruise Me in civic, mark in passat

Bike Fuel Protest Ride To Edinburgh
This was a motorbike fuel demo ride from Kinross to Edinburgh. Dated 28th June 2008. We were on a bridge over the M90, as the bikes road convoy-style towards the Forth Road Bridge, escorted by the police. We counted approx. 219 bikes, others joined later as they entered Edinburgh City Centre. It was really exciting when they all started blaring their horns, lol. Sorry about the shakey camera work. We were all waving as they passed.

Car park drifting
The Fast and The Furious/ Ken Block Gymkhana 4 style drifting in an Edinburgh underground car park (parking lot). http://www.castlesportscars.co.uk . Drifting by Japspeed. If you think you can do better - send a video response!

Niddrie & Motor Bikes
Sir Trevor McDonald narrates a clip about Niddrie & motor bike joy-riders.

Glasgow Cruise - Strathycruise
All the modified car and babe action from the September 2007 Glasgow Cruise

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