The Most Entertaining Day is done. Luke's keen to keep going on with it and resorts to most uncouth methods. Cameron responds- eventually.
Make sure you check out our other videos and watch well past the credits for our extra long, super big bonus section...!
HSV GTS Coupe vs Street Commodores Challenge - Part 2
A 2006 vid of my street driven HSV GTS Coupe going head to head against
other Street Commodores weapons, including a 510rwhp VY Clubsport R8 race
car with a V8 Supercar development category driver behind the wheel, an
800rwhp turbo 5.7 stroker Ute, VE R8, VE
Senator, Supercharged VK, and whiteline test car. My car had 30 less rwkw
than now and was running mediocre street tyres, keep your eye on the time
Walkinshaw Performance- The Adventure begins soon
To show off our new Walkinshaw enhanced HSV GTS E3 , we felt that some
closed circuit work might be called for.
So we asked one of Australia's most talented, respected and versatile
drivers what he thought we ought to do.
"We should have a most entertaining day- so bring some deck chairs too-
chai lattes are optional. I shall be bringing a rather gifted acquaintance-
bring a chair for his good self also"
And so a most entertaining day was born. A day for two lively chaps to show
off their talents and their vehicles. Marvellous!
HSV E3 365kw walkinshaw enhanced LPI Clubsport with full stainless 3inch bimodal exhaust in HD
Video footage is best viewed in 720p/1080p HD. Mods inc s/steel 4 into 1
supersport steel cat headers, s/steel 3inch bimodal Exhaust with quad 4inch billet alloy tips (Exhaust can also be turned off from the
EDI system inside car if your wanting a stock sounding Exhaust note), OTR air intake, Walkinshaw
lowered suspension package and custom tune all covered under holden/hsv
factory warranty. Its not the fastest hsv around but its very cheap to run
with an extra 48kw. Please excuse shaky footage just recovering from an
Walkinshaw Performance- Can it Corner?
With great power comes great responsibility and Luke's interest in the new
WP HSV GTS E3 is piqued on the question of cornering.
But our hero Mr McConville is hip to his jive- he has the correct implement
for the task- or is there treachery and wantonly staggered cones afoot?