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Peter Gray - Camaro Burnout - Easternats 2006

Peter Gray in his methanol fueled, blown big-block Camaro. Peter won the competition with this burnout.


 


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Peter Grmusa - Easternats 2006
Two times Summernats Champion Peter Grmusa doing a burnout at Easternats 2006. The car is an XR Falcon with a blown 408 cube Clevo.





Supernats Crashes
Action from Supernats 2005 (I think). A few crashes and interesting tidbits from the archives.





Top doorslammer goes for a spin
This Camaro Top Doorslammer gets out of shape and goes 360 before hitting the opposite wall at Willowbank.





VL Turbo has a bad day at the track.
You've got to feel sorry for this guy. First he hits the wall and then he breaks the tailshaft. But it has some power, watch it twist up off the line. Sorry guys, I finally got around to fixing the aspect ratio on this video. Now you can watch it how it was meant to be seen. :) I can't believe so many have watched this.





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.





Track action from UPON2 - engine failure
Awesome machine, but a little unreliable, check out the diff explosion video and you'll see what I mean.





Drift Camaro - How To Enjoy a Blown Big Block Chev!
Half burnout - half drift session, this awesome display shows how much fun a blown big block Camaro can be. Peter Gray is the pilot and he's not shy in throwing the black beast around the old Springnats skid pan.





KRANKY Burns Down Kandos - Burnout Fire!!
We've seen plenty of burnouts end with a fire but we've never seen one start with a fire. Rodney Waters HQ sedan goes up in flames right from the start at Kandos. It's crazy insane.





SOLID C10
Danny Smith's SOLID C10 Chev pick-up during it's qualifying burnout at Springnats 2005. As you'll no doubt notice a second camera was attached inside the engine bay providing the second camera view. It's a unique angle that we thought was worth trying. Enjoy.





Crazy Camaro Burnout
I filmed this Camaro at Melbourne's Easternats a few years back. One of the most awesome burnouts I've ever seen. Turn the volume up for this one. And don't forget to rate it.





Dyno Fire
Here's a video clip I created for Street Machine magazine. It was taken at Summernats 19, an Australian Street Machine show The car is a twin turbocharged LS1powered HSV R8 Clubsport (based off the Holden Commodore platform) that makes around 1200-1300hp at the rear wheels. On this particular run it popped out an injector o-ring and sprayed the engine bay with fuel. You can imagine what happens next.





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.





Fire Burnout! Forza at Revfest - watch until the end
Watch this video until the end because the flames are amazing. Sal Mancuso in his Forza HR spitting burning methanol from the pipes of his Exhaust at Revfest in Wagga.





Best burnout ever! Bandag Bullet
16 cylinders, 4 turbos, two Superchargers. The Bandag Bullet is a tyre frying machine. It can run the standing quarter in 12 seconds, and shoots flames from the ultra short Exhausts on demand.





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 guys around.





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