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Underground Racing Twin Turbo Ferrari 458 Italia vs 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4

The Underground Racing Ferrari 458 Italia with it's Stage 1 (bolt-on) Twin turbo System pushing 700 wheel horse power takes on the New Lamborghini 2012 Aventador's 700 factory horses. Underground Racing will soon be producing Twin turbo Systems for the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador in preparation for a rematch.


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1961 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet by Pininfarina
1961 Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet by Pininfarina Sold for $1,760,000 Including commission RM Auction, Amelia Island, Florida 2014 Chassis no. 2093 GT Engine no. 2093 GT Body no. 29775 240 bhp, 2,953 cc single overhead-camshaft 60-degree V-12, triple Weber 40 DCL/6 two-barrel downdraught carburetors, four-speed synchromesh manual transmission, independent front suspension with unequal length upper and lower A-arms, coil springs, anti-roll bar, and Koni hydraulic shocks, solid rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, trailing arms, and Koni hydraulic shocks, and four-wheel Dunlop hydraulic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 102.4 in. •Offered from the Pray Collection •Single ownership since 1969 •Desirable colors and original factory hardtop •Cosmetically and mechanically maintained, but never restored •A superbly authentic example On April 14, 1969, as the first traces of summer's humidity settled into New York, Malcolm S. Pray Jr. found himself under the Highbridge, a turn-of-the-century aqueduct that looms over Jerome Avenue in the Bronx. In all likelihood, he was surrounded by other dealers who had gathered here at a large nondescript garage. Sterns-Haskell Inc. was in the business of making deals by taking trade-ins that did not fit a particular dealer's line of work and selling them off to someone whose it did fit. The business traded over cars wholesale at a rapid clip, and dealers had to visit often to find the best stock. Thus, Sterns-Haskell had, in a short time, become a place where dealers gathered and met one another as they did business, shadowed by the Highbridge. It was a modern-day bazaar for the East Coast's car salesmen. On this day, Mr. Pray's purchases under the house account at Pray Automobile Corporation included a Ferrari 250 GT Series II Cabriolet, chassis number 2093 GT. He paid $2,800 for the car, plus $98 in sales tax and $22 for the license and title, making the total cash price $2,920. That was not unreasonable money for a Series II Cabriolet in 1969; after all, nothing is as old as yesterday's supercar. Of course, times do change. Whether it's because Malcolm Pray recognized the importance of this car or, most likely, because he simply loved this Ferrari, it never made its way onto the Pray Automobile lot. The car that he purchased that day from Stern-Haskell has remained in his collection for the last 45 years. The car was originally delivered to Franco-Britannic Autos Ltd., of Levallois, a Paris suburb, in 1960. It is interesting to note that this Cabriolet was originally finished in Rosso Rubino and came with tan leather upholstery and the very desirable factory hardtop, which was also finished in the body color. This same year, a Series II Cabriolet in the same colors, with a matching hardtop, was displayed on the Ferrari stand at the Paris Motor Show, as is confirmed by contemporary photographs in this car's file. According to the Pininfarina archives, 2093 GT arrived in Paris on September 26, 1960, just in time for the Paris show, which ran from October 6--16. This Ferrari's documented history picks up on August 18, 1966, when it appeared in New York City and was acquired by J.S. Inskip, possibly as a trade-in on a Rolls-Royce. Several days later, on September 1, it was sold to Stern-Haskell, which apparently had the car in inventory for two-and-a half-years, during which time it was perhaps driven by the owner of the dealership, before it was sold it to Mr. Pray. During its 45 years in the Pray Collection, the car has required only upkeep. In 1997, it was repainted its original Rosso Rubino by the Pray shop. Only some small blistering at the top of the driver's door and the usual polishing marks mar it today. Several years later, the original leather was carefully removed, re-dyed, and then reinstalled. The dashboard was restored, and the instruments within and their bezels remain untouched, indicating that the car has covered just 46,601 kilometers during its life. The chrome trim is original throughout. It is thin in some places and beginning to pit lightly, just as would be expected from 50-year-old brightwork. All four wheels are the original code RW 3538 Borrani chrome wires, and they are shod in Michelin 185R 400X tires. In the trunk is an original Borrani spare that is date-coded 8-60. Under the hood, the original engine has been detailed, and the chassis has undercoating that probably dates back to the original ownership, but it is clean. Satisfyingly, the inside of the wheel arches are all good, smooth metal, and the panels fit nicely. More Info Here: http://www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm?lot_id=1064950 Robert Myrick Photography

1964 Mercedes Benz 220 SEb Cabriolet
1964 Mercedes-Benz 220 SEb Cabriolet SOLD: $77,000 Including Commission Gooding Auction, Amelia Island, Florida 2014 Chassis: An Increasingly Collectible and Sought-After Model Elegant Paul Bracq-Designed W111 Body Style Among the Last Hand-Built Mercedes-Benz Models Very Nicely Presented Example Complete with Owner's Manual, Jack, and Tools Equipped with Becker Europa Radio and Power Steering 2,195 CC SOHC Inline 6-Cylinder Engine Bosch Mechanical Fuel Injection 120 BHP at 4,800 RPM 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Front Disc and Rear Drum Hydraulic Brakes Independent Front Suspension with Wishbones and Coil Springs Independent Rear Swing-Axle Suspension with Coil Springs Robert Myrick Photography

1937 Bugatti Type 57C Roadster in the style of Figoni et Falaschi
1937 Bugatti Type 57C Roadster in the style of Figoni et Falaschi Sold for $902,000 Including Commission RM Auction, Amelia Island 2014 Chassis no. 57617 Engine no. 16C Gearbox no. 38C 160 bhp, 3,257 cc dual overhead-camshaft inline eight-cylinder engine with Roots-type Supercharger, four-speed manual gearbox, solid front axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, solid rear axle with quarter-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel Lockheed cable-operated drum brakes. Wheelbase: 130 in. •Offered from the Pray Collection •Desirable late-specification Type 57 chassis •Original chassis, engine, and Supercharger •Highly attractive aluminum coachwork •Recent service by specialists at D.L. George Coachworks Few figures in the history of automotive design, manufacture, and motorsports loom larger than Ettore Bugatti, the Italian-born engineer who founded a legend with his factory-estate in Molsheim, Alsace. Bugatti, one of the early 20th century vanguards of racing and design, was an innovator whose cars routinely racked up grand prix wins, forging a reputation as an industry leader in both technical development and aesthetic styling. But as fantastic as "Le Patron's" early Brescia and succeeding Type 37 and Type 51 race cars were, the automotive wizard's road cars were no less impressive, demonstrating subtle elegance in models like the Type 46, as well as sheer prodigious size and power as with the gargantuan Type 41 Royale. Out of all of Molsheim's road cars, none have enjoyed such universal acclaim as the Type 57, which was largely designed and engineered by Ettore's son, Jean Bugatti. The Type 57 first appeared in 1934, as a replacement for the Type 49, and it featured a new 3.3-liter twin, overhead-cam inline eight and an assortment of beautiful factory coachwork choices, which were comprised of both open and closed bodies. In addition to offering this fabulous selection of coachwork, the Type 57 eventually became available in several upgraded mechanical variations, including the high-performance, short-chassis Type 57S, as well as a supercharged version dubbed the Type 57C. The 57C engine made its first appearance at the 1936 Paris Salon, installed in a Ventoux Coupe, and it was soon available on the improved second series Type 57 chassis that appeared in late 1936. With this addition of considerable power and improved performance, the Type 57C is regarded as one of the best all-around touring Bugattis ever built, and it remains the apogee of the Bugatti road car legend. Within a few years, Jean was tragically killed during a testing accident, and the onslaught of war just a few months later all but destroyed the Bugatti concern. Fortunately, the remaining Type 57 examples emphatically testify to the heights of craft achieved by the legendary Molsheim firm. According to the report produced by the well-respected Bugatti historian Pierre-Yves Laugier, chassis number 57617, mated to supercharged engine 16C, was delivered to Vanvooren on November 25, 1937, to be dressed with a four-seater open body, which was built to design number 7495. According to letters sourced from the Vanvooren archives, the original owner was Jean Gapiand, the proprietor of a fence company and a local politician. Letters on file between the Bugatti factory and Vanvooren, dating between September 1937 and January 1938, document Gapiand's trade of his Type 57 Ventoux, chassis number 57364, against the purchase of the new car, with the total cost being 70,000 French francs plus the value of the Ventoux. The correspondence also details Gapiand's specific instructions relating to the appearance and value of the body. He took delivery of the completed car on January 31, 1938. Gapiand was known for his short-term relationships with automobiles, and he sold this car in April 1939, in favor of a 4¼-Litre Bentley. The Bugatti then moved to Paris, where it was registered as 2492 RM 7 until 1956. Its first recorded post-war owner, Jean-Claude George, was a chemical engineer and sports car enthusiast who also owned a 300 SL Gullwing. During George's ownership, the car was serviced by Bugatti specialist Roger Teillac in Paris. On April 9, 1956, George re-registered the Bugatti as 915 EV 75, due to his intention to sell it. It passed through two other known owners before being sold to Jean Serre, of Montebeliard, whose family handled many Bugattis during the 1950s and 1960s. Presumably, by this point, the original Vanvooren coachwork had been transferred to another chassis or lost, and the car emerged from the Serre hoard in the mid-1990s as a bare chassis. It then found its way to the New World and into the collection of Malcolm S. Pray Jr. More Info Here: http://www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm?lot_id=1064948 Robert Myrick Photography

1960 Rolls Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward
1960 Rolls-Royce Phantom V Limousine by Park Ward Sold for $99,000 Including Commission RM Auction, Amelia Island, Florida 2014 Chassis no. 5LAT12 Engine no. V56A Body no. 19635 Body Design 980. Est. 220 bhp, 380 cu. in. overhead-valve V-8, four-speed automatic transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs and an anti-roll torsion bar, rigid rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 144 in. •Offered from the Pray Collection •Very rare early, U.S.-delivery, LHD model •Originally owned by Josiah K. Lilly Jr. •Two owners since new •Accompanied by Rolls-Royce Foundation and Hunt House documentation Outside of the marques sold at his successful dealerships, Malcolm S. Pray Jr. was perhaps most faithful to Rolls-Royce. At one time, his collection included a Silver Ghost and every model Phantom produced, from I to V. Of that spirited fleet, none was as much "part of the family" as this Phantom V. It is known in the collection as "the wedding car," as it has chauffeured the Pray children and many family friends to their nuptials, and for many years, it was an active part of the Greenwich social scene. When the blue Phantom V rolled up to the door, everyone knew that Malcolm Pray had arrived. This Phantom V is no stranger to elegant occasions, as it had been originally delivered, in July 1960, to Josiah K. Lilly Jr. as one of the first of the model to be sold in the United States. Mr. Lilly was the grandson of the founder of Indianapolis pharmaceuticals giant Eli Lilly and Company, and he was the last member of the family to run the business. Over the years, the Lillys' success had made them longstanding customers of the Rolls-Royce factory. Earlier, they had owned several Silver Wraiths, and Mr. Lilly himself would acquire a second Phantom V shortly before his passing in 1966. Chassis number 5LAT12 was built to United States specification, with left-hand drive and a speedometer reading in miles per hour. Typical of formal limousines, the front seat was upholstered in grey leather and the rear compartment was in soft grey broadcloth. Mr. Lilly requested several special features for his Cadillac, including Windtone horns, Dunlop wide whitewall tires, electric windows, a Blue Spot "Kohn" radio with a separate speaker and controls for the rear compartment, and the deletion of the reverse button on the gearshift. Passengers were also supplied with a cocktail cabinet, outfitted with decanters and glasses, as well as a special compartment that held a leather-bound writing pad, a vanity mirror, and a cigarette case. Mr. Pray acquired the Phantom V directly from Mr. Lilly's estate in 1969, making him only its second owner. During his ownership, it received the regular professional services from East Coast specialists that were enjoyed by most of his automobiles. In the early 1980s, it underwent significant sorting, which included the rebuilding of the gearbox and brakes. The paint was also refinished some time ago, with some use since, while the engine bay, with engine V56A, which it was delivered with, and the undercarriage remain original. The leather in the chauffeur's compartment remains in good original condition, while the passenger compartment had been reupholstered around the same time as the other work, and it remains immaculate. Overall, the appearance is of a machine that has been used and enjoyed for decades, as indeed it has. The notepad still contains various personal messages, and the decanters and glasses are still in the cocktail cabinet, where they are ready to toast a bride and groom. Build information for the car, supplied by the Rolls-Royce Owners' Club at the Hunt House, is included in the file, along with additional documentation from the Rolls-Royce Foundation and titles and service records from Mr. Pray's ownership. For 45 years, whenever the Pray family came together to celebrate special occasions, this magnificent Rolls-Royce was there. It is now time for a new owner to continue that joyous tradition. Titled as 1961. Robert Myrick Photography

Lamborghini vs SLR vs Ferrari
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Lamborghini Veneno SOUND! Start Up + Driving On The Road!
This video features the $4.5 million dollar Lamborghini Veneno on display at the 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in California USA. This ultra rare Lamborghini Veneno LP 750-4 is powered by a 6.5 liter V12 engine that produces 750hp. In this video you can see at the beginning some exterior and interior shots of the car, then you can hear its noisy V12 engine starting up. Playlist 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD23lCPmdlOX9l4pmOwD6uT8WAz3wzp02 Follow me: http://www.Gumbal.tv 1st Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/GUMBAL 2nd Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/GUMBALTV 3rd Channel: http://www.YouTube.com/CarChannelClassic FACEBOOK: http://www.fb.com/GUMBALTV INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/GUMBALTV TWITTER: http://Twitter.com/GUMBALTV GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/+Gumbal Thanks you for watching my videos. All feedback on my videos are appreciated! Don't forget to like the video and subscribe to my channel. More videos coming up! - Hans

Lamborghini Aventador challenge 4: The Snake handling challenge
The kind folk at Lamborghini lent us not one, but two Aventadors for the day: a Lamborghini Aventador coupe and a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. SUBSCRIBE to Autocar: http://smarturl.it/autocar What could we do with two supercars that hadn't been done before? After a few moments thought, Steve Sutcliffe called in some assistance, booked a private test track, called in the slo-mo camera crew and set a series of light-hearted challenges for our intrepid supercar pairing. Challenge four: which is more fun around The Snake, our favourite test of handling prowess? SUBSCRIBE to Autocar: http://smarturl.it/autocar This is the fourth instalment in our Lamborghini Aventador challenge. In total there are four challenges including a noise test, drag race and handling test (plus some more gratuitous slo-mo of those jumps). To ensure you don't miss these episodes or any of Autocar's other videos make sure you subscribe by clicking here: http://smarturl.it/autocar Watch previous Lamborghini Aventador challenges: Will they jump: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnSZP1kpeeI The noise test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUeS5qXqMv4 The drag race: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTMrCS5vYZs The handling challenge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4hmYoNBfQU Autocar, the world's leading motoring magazine and website, delivers industry-leading news, the most in-depth car reviews and opinion from our team of experts. Our presenters include some of the world's top motoring journalists who have unrivalled access to the world's fastest, rarest, most exotic and most exciting cars on some of the world's best roads and race tracks. Can a supercar beat a superbike? Can a Audi A1 outrun a Nissan GT-R on a wet circuit? Can a Porsche 911 slay a Corvette on the drag strip? Autocar pitches the giants of the performance car world against each other to deliver the all-important verdict. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL683B44EF38362015 Read more on the Lamborghini Aventador coupe here: http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/lamborghini/aventador Read more on the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster here: http://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/lamborghini/aventador/first-drives/lamb orghini-aventador-roadster-first-drive-review New videos are uploaded to Autocar's YouTube channel each week. Don't miss a single one. Subscribe to the channel now: http://smarturl.it/autocar http://www.youtube.com/autocar LIKE Autocar on Facebook: http://www.autocar.co.uk/facebook FOLLOW Autocar on Twitter: https://twitter.com/autocar +1 Autocar on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+autocar http://www.youtube.com/autocar

BMW M6 vs Ferrari 458 Italia vs Nissan GT-R AMS
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Pagani Huayra brutal acceleration!
www.jaykaybi.com - I am a very lucky boy. Below is my in-car video of the Zonda PS for comparison. They're very different cars, and I know the Huayra isn't quite as wild to listen to but it's not trying to be a Zonda. Don't think of it as the Zonda replacement. The Huayra is James Bond to the Zonda's Bruce Lee - they both have their place, and I can see why many Huayra owners will be keeping their Zondas. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WvnUpdaMHE

1288hp Porsche Monster's Motec Anti Lag System
http://www.facebook.com/Cedricmelbournephotography The Tim's 1288hp Porsche Monster Motec Anti Lag System. Check out http://www.gutterballrally.com !!! Thanx for helping with the video. This car is hand built by tim941nyc - youtube name It runs on 31 psi of Boost 3.6L red sled of terror.. Big thanks to The Tim for letting us video and shoot the car for pics of this beast follow us on Facebook: Music produced by me: CEDRIC MELBOURNE Photos: www.facebook.com/cedricmelbournephotography

Lamborghini Gallardo UR Twin Turbo Top Speed 405 kmh (251 mph)
Снято с использованием камер GoPro: http://mrbest.ru/katalog_gadgetov/elektronika/audio_foto_video/kamera_hd_he ro2_motorsport_edition/ Lamborghini Gallardo Nera Underground Racing Race Version 1500 WHP (1700-1800 HP) Fuel: VP Q16 Tires: Hoosier R6A One mile record: 23.861 sec. and 387.51 kmh (240.84 mph) Top speed record (after one mile mark): 405 kmh (251 mph) All results from Unlim 500+: http://www.dragtimes.ru/en/results/ Photos from the event: http://www.dragtimes.ru/en/gallery/events/61/

TX2K12 - TWO 1500hp TT Superlegera's -vs- 1400hp Supra -vs- Nitrous 1000RR
TX2K12 DVD Released! http://www.1320video.com/store/dvd/ - One of the biggest match-ups of the TX2K12 SUPERBOWL OF STREET RACING in Houston occurred between a 1250+hp Supra (Sea Fish) driven by Tag an a couple of 1500+hp twin turbo Lamborghini Gallardo's after he beat SW's 1250hp TT Superleggera the night previously and put SW KILR plates on the car. So Underground Racing brought out the big guns to show everyone what they're all about! This is just a small fraction of the street racing captured by 1320Video, pre-order the DVD to see more!!!

Lamborghini Aventador vs. F16 Fighting Falcon
Which is faster down a runway? A Lamborghini Aventador or a F16 Fighting Falcon By Claus Moller http://www.bilmagasinettv.dk/

Lamborghini Aventador vs 911 GT2 RS vs Mercedes SLS
If the Lamborghini Aventador can live up to its performance claims, the 691bhp four-wheel drive supercar should easily beat the much cheaper Porsche 911 GT2 RS and Mercedes SLS. Clearly, the only way to find out is a drag race. Read the Lamborghini Aventador review at http://www.autocar.co.uk/CarReviews/FirstDrives/Lamborghini-Aventador-6.5-L P700-4-/259076/

A crazy Day in Monaco 2011
Follow me: http://www.facebook.com/pages/FerrarioEnzo/223014341110249 Here are some new exciting car spots for you... I recorded all of these supercars on one autumn day in Monaco ! Below a list of the cars featured in this video: Audi R8 Ferrari California Ferrari FF Ferrari F430 Ferrari F430 Spider Ferrari F50 Ferrari 458 Italia Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano Koenigsegg CCR Evolution Lamborghini Aventador Lamborghini Gallardo Maserati GranTurismo Mercedes SL65 AMG Black Series McLaren MP4-12C Nissan GTR (tuned) Hope you enjoy it! FerrarioEnzo Click here for "A crazy Day in Monaco 2012": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iuw7H4-XTxc More Videos on: http://www.youtube.com/ferrarioenzo

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2012 Lamborghini Aventador : 10.610 @ 133.910
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