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Driver: Gust Van Haelst (B) Race series: Belgian Historic Cup Event: Menzo 24h of Circuit Zolder Date: 31th of august 2013 race 1 result: finished 2nd in class and 9th overall from 46 entries. race 2 result: finished 3rd in class and 10th overall from 42 entries. More rotary action in this playlist on my channel. Filmed with 2 different camera's: Canon Legria HF M46 Canon EOS 7D + Røde Videomic Pro My pictures Like my Facebook page

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We’ve long been a fan of Ross’ savage little Mazda RX-3 street car. The car has dipped into the 8-second zone previously, but in order to improve consistency and reliability, Ross has recently made the switch to a Samsonas 6-speed sequential gearbox. With no cutting of the factory trans tunnel, the box has been adapted using Promaz Automotive’s new to market light weight billet CNC bell-housing which is manufactured in house. The same Promaz 13B bridge port rotary engine is still in place with power transmitted through a leaf spring rear end and small 26x8.5in drag slicks. This was the first time out testing the new gearbox combination and as expected the car performed flawlessly. 1972 Mazda RX-3 street car Promaz 13B Bridge port rotary engine Garrett GTX42R turbocharger MicroTech LT16c EFI, E85 fuel Full street Exhaust system Samsonas 6-speed sequential gearbox Promaz CNC billet bellhousing Leaf springs & Caltracs 26x8.5in drag slicks Calder Park Funday Sunday - August 2016 Get your track gear! Follow us on social media @ Google+ Facebook YouTube Twitter Instagram COPYRIGHT WARNING: The above video is copyrighted © to FullBoost You do not have permission to download it and re-upload it anywhere in any form. You can click the share button on YouTube for that, or copy/paste the URL to social media.