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Audi R8 Spyder massive crash
Follow me on Facebook and Instagram! Facebook.com/JTPhotos / Instagram @speedracer38 This is an unbelievable view of a car crash happening at a high rate of speed. Please drive carefully! In 2011 while on the Bullrun rally I witnessed a massive accident unfold right in front of me. The driver of the Audi R8 Spyder was changing lanes and did not see the Mercedes SL55 next to him and made contact with the car at a high rate of speed. Once he made contact with the Mercedes the R8 bounced off and lost control causing him to slam into the back of a Honda. Both the Audi and the Honda entered the fast lane where the car I was riding in was traveling and we came extremely close to being tangled up in the accident as well. The Mercedes that was involved in the accident was owned by Ice T and he pulled over to check the damage to his car and was able to continue driving. The cause of the accident according to the police report was a blown out tire and the Audi R8 was a total write off.





2014 Audi R8 V10 | Review | Test Drive | Audi R8 | Continental Audi
http://www.continentalaudi.com/index.htm 630-388-1000 For 2014, the R8 V-10 gains a new Plus model. Not to be confused with the ladies in a Lane Bryant ad, Plus here refers to the extra 25 horsepower that Audi coaxed from the 5.2-liter V-10. Basically, it's the Lambor­ghini-grade unit found in the Gallardo LP560-4. Firmer springs and dampers, inspired by the rarely-seen-outside-captivity R8 GT, are seriously stiff, bordering on annoyingly bouncy. We'd much rather live with the standard R8's supple magnetic shocks. But the biggest change is the newly available seven-speed dual-clutch automatic called S tronic. A $7800 option on all R8s, it replaces the clunky automated-manual transmission known as the R tronic. With the S, part-throttle upshifts are free of any twitchiness, giving the auto R8 the manners to live in traffic. For maximum acceleration, the S tronic offers launch control that holds the engine at 4500 rpm before engaging the first-gear clutch. The R8's owner's manual suggests finding a clear, empty road before using launch control, as it might cause unwanted attention. Good advice. Accelerating from zero to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds with the quarter-mile passing in 11.4 seconds at 126 mph certainly got our attention. That's two-tenths quicker to 60 and in the quarter than the 525-hp R8 R tronic we previously tested.





Learning how to burnout my tire / Aprendiendo como quemar rueda
https://www.facebook.com/HotKerosene Español: Aprendiendo como hacer una buena quemada de ruedas, creo que este no salió tan mal, jejeje English: Learning how to do a good burn out, but I think this one it wasn´t that bad, LOL I created this video at http://www.youtube.com/editor





Audi R8 X Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R X Suzuki GSXR1000
Filmed in 2011 - Brazilian Road AUDI R8 V10 - Tuned with ECU, TCU, Exhaust and Filter - 600 HP SUZUKI GSXR1000 (SRAD) 2009 - 185 HP KAWASAKI NINJA ZX 10R 2008 - 188 HP





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