Nippon Challenge Snetterton Race 2 part 2, October 2008

Mk1 MR2 racing in the Nippon Challenge. Car #17 Platinum Batteries Sponsored. Race 2 part 2

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Onboard MX5/Miata Snetterton Race 1, Part 1 VIDEO4 - First of my Race onboards from Snetterton in the Ma5da Racing Series using the new VIDEO4 system from Race Technology (currently in beta testing). Am racing in a Keystone loaned MX5 which I'd not sat in until Quali. Driver is myself Malcolm Edeson, Senior Instructor for Lotus-on-Track and The Racing School. Thanks for CG-Lock for their continued support I was able to attend this race meeting. As well as 2 reces in the Ma5da Racing series I also did 2 races in the Nippon Challenge alongside Mazda RX7, Mitsubishi Evo & FTO, Honda Civic Integra & CRX, Nissan 350Z, Suzuki Swift. It was a full grid of 38 cars. This is Race 1, Part 1 of the Mazda/MR2 race, Part 2, Race 2 and the Nippon Challenge Racing coming very soon and it is awesome footage, lots of spins, crashes and bangs, oversteer, understeer, door-handling. Great Stuff!

Nippon Challenge - Donington June 2014 - Race 1 MR2
Race 1 of the Nippon Challenge at Donington Park, June 2014. Great 3 way battle with Adam Shale (Hyundai) and Colonel Mustarde (Blue MR2) This is my normal camera set up, but I was also running Harry's laptimer video for comparison (also uploaded) the GPS overlay of Harry's is great, but I do like the more engaging cabin view.

Testdrive: Open Diff vs. VLSD (MX5, Miata)
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Nippon Challenge - Donington June2014 - Mk1 MR2 (AW11) Race 2
Race 2 of the Donington Park Nippon Challenge, combined with Tricolore Trophy. Gareth Newton driving the Ludo McGurk sponsored Toyota MR2 Starting alongside a 206GTi and with a hard charging Col. Mustarde behind in the Blue MR2 I was hoping to get the jump on the Pug. A great 3 way clean race, just not enough speed carried to get past the Pug, but I was able to keep Colonel Mustarde at bay. Blowing Exhaust manifold returned, but lap times stayed there, or thereabouts.