Summernats23 - CMEFRY goes up in flames
Can you imagine a more Apt numberplate for this car? CMEFRY (See Me Fry)
goes up in flames at the end of a massive smokefest. Grab the next issue of
Street Machine magazine to see some amazing pictures by Adam Morrissey from
KILLA-B Camaro Hits the Burnout
It's been one of the most high anticipated burnout cars in recent year.
Steve Nogas and his KILLA-B Camaro hit the pad at Springnats
2012. With 632 cubes up front under an insanely huge 16/71 blower, it's got
way more power than it needs.
This is footage of his Sunday burnout. If you're wondering about the damage
to the front quarter, he gave the wall a solid tap on Saturday.
HB Torana loses it and hits the wall at ECR.
This is Phil Kerjean losing it in his Chevy powered HB Torana at Eastern
Creek Raceway. Phil was competing in the Powerskid comp when he lost it at
high speed in the top end. I believe he's still rebuilding the car.
BEST. POWERSKID. EVER.
I've seen some crazy powerskid action in my time but this Torana takes the
cake. With a big hit of Nitrous and a
heavy right foot this guy smokes the full length of the track in and aesome
display of skill and power.
If you've got a better powerskid then send me a video response.
Clint Ogilvie - Easternats 2006
Summernats Burnout Master Clint Ogilvie cutting loose with his blown Holden
Torana. Not only can he do a mean burnout but he's also one of the nicest
Denis Maloney -Easternats 2006
Listen to the crowd go off when Denis Maloney hits the burnout pad with his
1940 Dodge pick-up.
Awesome truck and awesome burnout.
Jake Edwards Torana - Summernats 21
On the Dyno at
Summernats 21. Jakes Edwards is probably Australia's foremost authority on
blow through carby set-ups. Here's his own personal car running over 1000hp
at the tyres with a single carb and no Intercooler although it does run on
mehtanol. The engine is a 393cube Holden V8 and it runs a single Holset turbo.
2JZ Supra - Flat Tyre at 180MPH+
Watch the attitude of this wickedly fast Supra change in the top end as Po
Tung struggles to keep it off the wall when the right hand rear tyre
deflates. Pretty sure he ended up in the sand trap at the end of the track
because he was so busy with the steering wheel he didn't have time to
deploy the chute until it was too late.