The 2013 V8 Supercar Car of the Future prototypes unveiled at Sydney Telstra 500 - December 02, 2011. Click here for the full story http://performancedrive.com.au/2013-v8-supercar-car-of-the-future-prototypes-unveiled/
#1 - My Life Dream - Hotlap with Steve Johnson in his #17 Jim Beam V8 Supercar Video #2
The day my Life Dream came true - Tuesday 23rd August, 2011.
Having missed out on following my family into motor racing because of my
disability, I had the honour of doing a Hotlap with Steve Johnson, Dick
Johnsons son, in his #17 Jim Beam Racing V8 Supercar at Qld Raceway,
Ipswich...what an awesome BEAST that car is..hehe.. This was my Life Dream
to do this...to one day race in a V8 Supercar - no I didnt drive it, but I
did it MY way!! That was some SERIOUS fun out on the
"ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!"
A massive Thank you goes out to the entire team at Jim Beam Racing/Dick
Johnson Racing, Steve Johnson, Dick Johnson, and Kel Constantine (Katshu
Marketing), for making this all happen for me!
This Life Dream sparked a HUGE fire in my belly which has given me the
massive drive and motivation I am enjoying today..and loving EVERY second
of it. Embracing life!
NASCAR Pit Stop in Times Square w/ Red Bull Racing
Red Bull Racing NASCAR driver Brian Vickers and his pit crew perform a full
pit stop in the middle of Times Square, New York.
20.6 seconds might not be the fastest pit stop ever, but it will never be
beaten in Times Square.
V8 SuperCars vs. NASCAR - SHAKEDOWN
When NASCAR's Speed TV showed the V8 SuperCars Bathurst race, Leo Parente
wondered "What's going on?". This SHAKEDOWN looks at what it means for
NASCAR's future and if there are lessons to be learned for the series and
Skaife Analyses GRM Commodore
In the latest installment of car testing and track analysis for Channel
Seven's V8 Supercar coverage, Mark Skaife takes a run in Lee Holdsworth's
#33 GRM Fujitsu Racing Commodore at the Hidden Valley circut near Darwin.
After a lap, Skaife brings the car in to make a roll centre change, and
discusses the differences the change makes to the car. Holdsworth has a
golden look on his face in the pitlane discussion at the end, as Skaife
rags out the deficiencies of the car to he and engineer Richard Hollway.