KEN BLOCK'S GYMKHANA Trax 2009 Ken Block aborted Jump.

Silverstone 2009 Ken Block struts his stuff and does not really jump very high but hey ho Bit of a let down from advertised massive jump!

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Tamiya RC Rally: Subaru Impreza DF-03 Ra und Audi Quattro TA-02 B (with Outtakes)
Ein bisschen Rally-Bashen mit Tamiya DF-03Ra und TA-02B. Im direkten Vergleich scheint das DF Chassis mit Verarbeitung und präziserer Kontrolle zu punkten, das TA-02 bietet allerdings wesentlich mehr Geländegängigkeit und dadurch mehr Biss bei gröberen Pisten. Schäden TA-02: Kingpin am hinteren oberen Querlenker ausgerissen, Knochen und Diffabtrieb verloren. Schäden DF-03: Pfanne des hinteren oberen Querlenkers rutscht vom Kugelkopf, Knochen verloren. Steinchen werden zwischen Felge und dem hinteren unteren Querlenker eingeklemmt, entweder Blockiert das Rad und es gibt ungewollte Pirouetten oder die Steinchen durchschlagen den inneren Felgenkranz und die Felge bricht.





Biggest Rally Crash of 2009!
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Ken Block's Gymkhana Grid 2010 Irwindale Speedway
Visit http://OctaneReport.com for more. Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, CA holds the first ever Gymkhana Grid: Ken Block Invitational event in 2010. 4WD: 1- Tanner Foust, 2- Ken Block, 3- Stephan Verdier. 2WD: 1- Dai Yoshihara, 2- Jon Rusakoff, 3- Kevin Abbring.





Ken Block Rolls Robin
Ken Block decides to give the Reliant Robin a shot... Like the Stig... Savage. Information on Robin to allow youtube to show this video worldwide: The Reliant Robin is a small three wheeled car formerly manufactured by the Reliant Motor Company in Tamworth, England. Despite its size, by being a three-wheeler with an official weight below 450 kg (992 lb), the Robin can be driven by holders of a B1 category licence[2] or car licence in the United Kingdom, and registered and taxed at motorcycle rates, which gives considerable savings(55 GBP per year) over a conventional car. The single wheel in the front steers, while the engine (also in the front) drives the rear axle. The Robin was first manufactured in November 1973, a direct replacement for the Reliant Regal. The final original version of the Robin rolled off the production line in 1981, when the model was replaced by the restyled Reliant Rialto. The vehicle was also produced under licence in Greece by MEBEA between 1974 and 1978. It was also manufactured in India by Sunrise Automotive Industries Limited as Badal.




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