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Getaway in Stockholm 8 Trailer 2

Official trailer of Getaway in Stockholm 8 released only on turborider forum (http://turborider.de/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=839)


 


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Police vs Audi RS6 Best chase ever HIGHWAY !
Watch part 2 here on my channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHwELLlLMu8&feature=youtu.be Highway is a car-movie documentary-style, where the point is to make fun of the police. As in movies like Ghost Rider and Getaway in Stockholm is the speed well over the legal. A scene in the movie called "Carlitos Swey" one can clearly see when he runs off eight police cars. This clip got attention in the newspaper in MY, July 2010. With both cameras rigged inside the car and under the grill, start crazy journey from the Globe Arena in Stockholm. The driver runs out of road 73 and at most is he reside at a speed of 280 km / h. I really think you should by this movie if you like Ghostrider and Getaway in stockholm movies





Getaway In Stockholm 3 - Honda NSX
A crazy high-speed street race through Stockholm in a Honda NSX. Awesome. ***Disclaimer*** "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the US Copyright Law, allowance is made for "fair use" Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." I DO NOT OWN ANY AUDIO OR ANYTHING IN THE VIDEO. IT IS ONLY FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES! NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.





Getaway in Stockholm 8 Full (part 1 of 4)
Street race and getaway video! Check out all Getaway in Stockholm's: Getaway in stockholm 1 Full: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Sz5WC42fdE Getaway in stockholm 2 Full (part 1 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzNrxhLPeSQ Getaway in stockholm 2 Full (part 2 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfLGCMTEMe0 Getaway in stockholm 3 Full: -I dont have this one yet Getaway in stockholm 4 Full (part 1 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1muw6oG3KM Getaway in stockholm 4 Full (part 2 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL8LPlEbk-4 Getaway in stockholm 5 Full: -I didnt send this because there's no new material, only random clips! Getaway in stockholm 6 Full (part 1 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQD3Ruyzfl8 Getaway in stockholm 6 Full (part 2 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcAYqlKjmXg Getaway in stockholm 7 Full (part 1 of 5): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8fNyHo_h0Q Getaway in stockholm 7 Full (part 2 of 5): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNydqKhGUwI Getaway in stockholm 7 Full (part 3 of 5): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7REc7qcqH80 Getaway in stockholm 7 Full (part 4 of 5): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPgcdrxpVis Getaway in stockholm 7 Full (part 5 of 5): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQU-B9QxZtA Getaway in stockholm 8 Full (part 1 of 4): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sRDGPqw77k Getaway in stockholm 8 Full (part 2 of 4): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N9_GWomUPU Getaway in stockholm 8 Full (part 3 of 4): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekGlfZafYOs Getaway in stockholm 8 Full (part 4 of 4): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RlTzRlHOIo Getaway in Stockholm 9 Full (part 1 of 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paVo5SPH2as Getaway in Stockholm 9 Full (part 2 of 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJEKK4HNHjQ Extras: Getaway in Stockholm 9 Mr X Solo Run Full (part 1 of 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06x4fCWuucw Getaway in Stockholm 9 Mr X Solo Run Full (part 2 of 2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIjRWSZ8RUU





Getaway In Stockholm 4 --- PART 1
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Getaway In Stockholm 4 --- PART 2
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Getaway In Stockholm 9
Porsche 911 GT3 is one of the fastest roadgoing cars ever made. Imagine two - and then put a pair of them in the hands of Mr X and his friend and you will see some racing action in the streets of downtown Stockholm at incredible speeds. Anywhere and everywhere that they can find the cops to get a nice carhase at their hands - they will go looking - and fast to! If you like sportcars in general and to see them be driven flat out - don’t miss this Getaway in Stockholm production for the world. This year we have added a little extra, not only do you get to see the two GT3s tease the cops and drive through the city at incredible speeds, you also get to see a second getaway. Mr X Solo run where Mr X ventures out on his own to taunt the proud men and women in blue.





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Getaway in Stockholm 8 trailer
Mr. X and one piece of German heavyweight, a highly prepared 525 hp Audi RS6 with a top speed of 300+ km/h blast through the streets of downtown Stockholm at night. The police are caught by surprise but do their best to stop our hero. When daylight breaks and turns into noon a new friend arrives on his motorcycle, Getaway Rider. Watch him ride his bike without fear at crazy speeds through rush hour traffic as never seen before. The cops go wild in the pursuit of Getaway Rider! Also a mix of clips from the coolest happenings in northern Europe 2007, extreme street racing, great babes, awesome streetcars and bike stunts. If you truly love fast machines and excitement dont miss out on this DVD.





Getaway In Stockholm 5 FULL [Original]
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Future Stealth aircraft for nato. Her Majesty's Armed Forces, commonly known as the British Armed Forces, and occasionally the Armed Forces of the Crown, are the armed forces of the United Kingdom. The Armed Forces consists of three professional uniformed services: the Royal Navy and Royal Marine Corps, forming the Naval Service, the British Army and the Royal Air Force.[5][6] The Commander-in-Chief of Her Majesty's Armed Forces is the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, to whom members of the forces swear allegiance.[1] Under British constitutional law, the armed forces are subordinate to the Crown. However under the 1689 Bill of Rights no standing army may be maintained during time of peace without the consent of Parliament; Parliament gives this consent every five years by passing an Armed Forces Act.[7] The armed forces are managed by the Defence Council of the Ministry of Defence, headed by the Secretary of State for Defence. The British Armed Forces are charged with protecting the United Kingdom, its overseas territories and Crown Dependencies, as well as promoting Britain's wider security interests, and supporting international peacekeeping efforts.[8] They are active and regular participants in NATO and other coalition operations. Britain is also party to the Five Power Defence Arrangements. Recent operations have included wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the 2000 intervention in Sierra Leone, peacekeeping responsibilities in the Balkans and Cyprus, and participation in the UN-mandated no-fly zone over Libya. Overseas garrisons and facilities are maintained at Ascension Island, Belize, Brunei, Canada, Diego Garcia, the Falkland Islands, Germany, Gibraltar, Kenya, Qatar and the Sovereign Base Areas (Cyprus).[9][10] The United Kingdom tested its first nuclear weapon under Operation Hurricane in 1952, becoming the third nation in the world to achieve the status of a nuclear power. As of 2012, Britain remains one of five recognised nuclear powers, with a total of 225 nuclear warheads. Of those, no more than 160 are deployed and active. Its nuclear deterrence system is based on Trident missiles onboard nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines. Recent history[edit] Four major reviews of the British Armed Forces have been conducted since the end of the Cold War. All three services experienced considerable reductions in manpower, equipment, and infrastructure during this period[28] while re-structuring to deliver a greater focus on expeditionary warfare. The Conservative government produced the Options for Change review in the 1990s, seeking to benefit from a perceived post--Cold War "peace dividend".[29] Though the Soviet Union had disintegrated, a presence in Germany was retained in the reduced form of British Forces Germany. Experiences during the First Gulf War prompted renewed efforts to enhance joint operational cohesion and efficiency among the services by establishing a Permanent Joint Headquarters in 1996.[30][31] An increasingly international role for the British Armed Forces was pursued since the Cold War's end.[32] This entailed the Armed Forces often constituting a major component in peacekeeping missions under the auspices of the United Nations or NATO, and other multinational operations. Consistent under-manning and the reduced size of the Armed Forces highlighted the problem of "overstretch" during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.[33] This reportedly contributed to personnel retention difficulties and challenged the military's ability to sustain its overseas commitments.[33][34][35] A Strategic Defence Review (SDR)—described as "foreign-policy-led"—was published in 1998.[36][37] Expeditionary warfare and tri-service integration were central to the review, which sought to improve efficiency and reduce expenditure by consolidating resources.[38][39] Most of the Armed Forces' helicopters were collected under a single command and a Joint Force Harrier was established in 2000, containing the Navy and RAF's fleet of Harrier Jump Jets. A Joint Rapid Reaction Force was formed in 1999, with significant tri-service resources at its disposal.[40] The first major post-11 September restructuring was announced in the 2004 Delivering Security in a Changing World: Future Capabilities review, continuing a vision of "mobility" and "expeditionary warfare" articulated in the SDR.[41][42] Future equipment projects reflecting this direction featured in the review, including the procurement of two large aircraft carriers and a series of medium-sized vehicles for the Army. Reductions in manpower, equipment, and infrastructure were also announced. The decision to reduce the Army's regular infantry to 36 battalions (from 40) and amalgamate the remaining single-battalion regiments was controversial, especially in Scotland and among former soldiers.[43] Envisaging a rebalanced composition of more rapidly deployable light and medium forces,





Police vs Audi RS6 Best chase ever HIGHWAY ! Getaway In Stockholm / Ghost Rider footage
Highway is a car-movie documentary-style, where the point is to make fun of the police. As in movies like Ghost Rider and Getaway in Stockholm is the speed well over the legal. A scene in the movie called Carlitos Swey one can clearly see when he runs off eight police cars. This clip got attention in the newspaper in MY, July 2010. With both cameras rigged inside the car and under the grill, start crazy journey from the Globe Arena in Stockholm. The driver runs out of road 73 and at most is he reside at a speed of 280 km / h. I really think you should by this movie if you like Ghostrider and Getaway in stockholm movies





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