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2009 Coronado Speed Festival Saturday Trans Am Race from the 1963 Falcon Sprint

This is the Saturday Trans Am Race from the 2009 Coronado Speed Festival shot from the 1963 Ford Falcon Sprint.


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2014 Lecarrera Panamericana Day 1 Speed Section 2, Mockett / Fuentes Oldsmobile
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2014 La Carrera Panamericana, Day 5, Speed Section 5, Mockett / Fuentes Olds 88
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Coronado Speed Fest, 09, Sunday Race Don Stark Lotus 23
This is the final race of the weekend at the Coronado Speed Festival at the North Island Naval Air Station in SanDiego Ca. Historic Vintage Auto Racing. They set up a course on the runways/taxiways during Fleet week and have great races there. I had a good race with my friend Jeff in his orange Forsgerini. I beat him on Sat. but he managed to stay ahead of me on Sunday. The race had a lot of FFords which run on stickier tires than we have and they also weigh less giving them better handling. This somewhat balanced by our having more power. It was a fun race.

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Falcon F7 ride
To find out more about this car, check out www.falconf7.com DtRockstar1 takes a ride in the all American supercar, the Falcon F7. This car is built in Holly, Michigan by Falcon Motorsports. It is made of carbon fiber and weighs about 2,785 lbs. It is one of the fastest, most ferocious cars I have been in, and I am proud to have a car like this built right in the Motor City! Thanks to Jeff Lemke and everyone else at Falcon Motorsports for allowing me to experience this fantastic car. Music: "Killing Earth" by Zero-Project. Under Creative Commons BY 3.0. License here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en Download track here: http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/373259/zero-project-01-killing-earth Facebook - http://tinyurl.com/6385qw2 Blog - http://dtrockstar1.blogspot.co​m/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/DtRockstar1 Razzi: http://razzi.me/DtRockstar1/photos

NZV8TV Ep11 - Ford Falcon GTHO, Nurburgring, drag racing, muscle car racing - part 2
More at http://www.v8.co.nz. Feature Car: Nick Kale's genuine GTHO Phase II Ford Falcon. This is the real deal with a prestigious racing history, now restored to perfection. Andy's back from the 24-hour around Nürburgring, so look out for a full report from him. Young Achievers: Speaking of successful racing, we catch up with Anthony Marsh, as seen in the current issue of NZV8 Magazine, Anthony has been having huge success at the dragstrip in the Metalman Dragster. Muscle Car Racing: We caught up with Shane Moore and his ex Super GT-winning Commodore at Taupo recently, and were amazed with the vehicle. Shane tells us all about it on this week's show.

Mostert Walsh Ford Falcon SimPro Car
MOSTERT AND WALSH TAKE 16th PLACE IN BATHURST 12 HOUR MILES Racing's Chaz Mostert and Ash Walsh have overcome a day of mechanical dramas to finish the 2011 Bathurst 12 Hour enduro in 16th place. After starting the race from 22nd place on the grid, the Queensland duo comfortably led their class (Production E) until a faulty crank angle sensor forced their simPRO Astra VXR to the pits for repairs. Entering pit lane in 15th position, the unscheduled stop was costly, with 13 laps passing before the team could get the boys back on the track and back into the race. "With a 12 hour endurance race you're either going to have a great day or a really bad day, unfortunately for us the scales tipped toward the bad day," Chaz Mostert said. "Overall it was a great experience though because it's not every day you get to pump out 80 odd laps at Mount Panorama ... that sort of seat time around here is so valuable and will be a real benefit when we come back here in the simPRO V8 Supercar later in the year," he added. With the simPRO Astra VXR nearly four-seconds faster than anyone else in their class, Mostert and Walsh -- with the help of their third driver Gerard McLeod -- once again set about chasing down their competitors with great resolve. "As Chaz said, a 12 hour race is always going to throw up all sorts of problems you aren't always prepared for," Ash Walsh said. "I had a ball out there today though -- I just did my job and put in some consistent laps and tried to keep out of the way of the big boys," he joked. "The best thing is I now have over 70 laps under my belt here and feel like I could drive it with my eyes closed -- prior to this weekend I'd never raced here and my only training had been on our simulator, so to come away knowing exactly how the track really is will be a great help when preparing for Bathurst in October." After nine hours of racing, the simPRO Astra VXR was still in contention for second place in class E, but the car started to become a handful when the ABS system started playing up and eventually the car started to decide when it wanted to stop regardless of driver input. "I went in a little too hot and hit a bump right where I tried to brake -- the ABS decided there wasn't enough load and pulled the pin on me, so for a second there I had no brake pedal whatsoever which was a bit scary," he said. Mostert found out that the tyre barriers at Forrest Elbow were there for a reason, causing damage to the font right quarter but not enough to keep them out of the race. With another unscheduled stop for running repairs out of the way, the simPRO Astra VXR returned to the mountain circuit back in 17th place and the boys again set about clawing their way back up the order, but by now the damage had been done and 16th outright and third in their class was going to be the best they could hope for. "It was a bit of a bugger that we ran into the issues we did today because the car was really strong -- definitely the class leader -- but you can't plan for the drama of a 12 hour race and add that to the fact that Bathurst never, ever, gives you exactly what you want I think we did pretty well today for a couple of rookies," Walsh concluded. So now with more valuable Bathurst miles under their belts, Mostert and Wash will pack up and head back to their headquarters in Yatala, for more time on the simulator in preparation for the opening round of the 2011 Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series which will be held at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide on March 17-20. For further information, please contact: Dave Harding MediaFuel Australia m: 0433 672 287 e: dave@mediafuel.com.au w: www.mediafuel.com.au

"The Mighty" 1963 Ford Falcon at Pueblo
Gary Savage drives the Keith Davidson owned '63 Falcon at the Trans-Am Invitational at Pueblo. Gary starts 3rd and finishes 1st with the Trans-Am boys! Updates on other events can be found at: www.myspace.com/garysavage

1963 Ford Falcon Sprint #112 Norcal Shelby Club Vintage Race Mini Nats Infineon Raceway 2012
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Historic Trans Am Racing at 2008 Road America KIC
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2009 Coronado Speed Festival Saturday B Production Race Mustang GT350 #234
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2009 Coronado Speed Festival B Production Sunday Race 1966 Shelby GT350 #219
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Falcon F7 Engine Sound
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1965 Ford Falcon Sprint: 8.140 @ 165.000
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1965 Ford Falcon Futura: 10.158 @ 129.960
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1984 Ford Falcon xe: 10.160 @ 133.000
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1992 Ford Falcon xd: 10.360 @ 128.000
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1984 Ford Falcon xe esp: 10.560 @ 129.780
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1985 Ford Falcon gl: 10.760 @ 127.000
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1974 Ford Falcon XB Fairmont sedan: 11.070 @ 123.020
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