1000hp+ Sleeper-Spec XD Falcon at Drag Challenge
Jason Ghiller's XD Falcon is an awesome sleeper. It's powered by a Barra 4-litre turbo six and makes over 800kW at the wheels. It ran 9.04 at 155mph during Drag Challenge - which was it's first time racing. Subscribe to Street Machine for V8-powered good times http://goo.gl/DTXEnl Street Machine is Australia’s number-one modified car magazine, bringing V8-powered good times since 1981. We live for tough street cars, and the guys and girls who use them. Our channel features event coverage from all over Australia, including burnouts, drag racing, Dyno competitions, show ’n’ shines and high-quality technical videos. So follow along as we bring the magazine to life, and remember to check back regularly for new videos. Street Machine | http://www.streetmachine.com.au/ Facebook | https://fb.me/streetmachinemagazine Twitter | https://twitter.com/streetmachine1 Instagram | https://instagram.com/streetmachinemag Google+ | https://plus.google.com/+streetmachinetv/ Pinterest | http://www.pinterest.com/streetmachine1 Get the mag | http://goo.gl/CcukDF Read on Newsstand iOS | http://goo.gl/QzSTgH Read on Zinio | http://goo.gl/mbiqKr Read on Magzter | http://goo.gl/AdF42f Join the conversation: #streetmachinemag
Bathurst 1982 - Dick Johnson In Car.
Ford Falcon XD - Shannons Club TV - Episode 36
Shannons Club TV hosted by Mark Oastler & Joe Kenwright talk about Australia's rich motoring history on the road and in competition. Episode 36 features the Ford Falcon XD.
Bathurst 1980 Allan Moffat 'We are all mates in this business'
https://www.youtube.com/SUPER100MPH The story of when Bob Morris and Allan Moffat got together mid 1980 race to hold the flag for the Ford Falcon (Channel 7 Breville Falcon.) Also includes Morris's famous first line on race cam where he said Back off or was it F_ _k off, you decide, plus the very unusual driving style display from Allan Moffat beamed live around the country. The interviews highlight there may have been some controversy between the Morris camp and Allan Moffat at the end of that day, again, you decide.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1980_Hardie-Ferodo_1000 http://youtu.be/TqJg8cnM1jw SUPER100mph - "Our Heroes" Enjoy Our Channel (ICMR) The 1980 Hardie-Ferodo 1000 was the 21st running of the Bathurst 1000 touring car race. It was held on 5 October 1980 at the Mount Panorama Circuit just outside Bathurst in New South Wales, Australia. The race was open to cars eligible under the locally developed CAMS Group C Touring Car regulations with four engine capacity based classes. Peter Brock and Jim Richards won their third consecutive Bathurst 1000 debuting the Holden Commodore for the Holden Dealer Team. In taking a one lap win over Peter Janson and Larry Perkins, Brock Brock won his fifth Bathurst 1000, breaking the record for most wins in the history of the race. Janson and Perkins finished second for the second successive year and finished three laps ahead of Ian Geoghegan and Paul Gulson as Commodores filled the first seven positions. The race is most famous for the specatacular retirement of the Ford Falcon of Dick Johnson. The 1980 Australian Touring Car Championship had featured one of the smallest fields in its then twelve years as a multi-race championship