Henry Ford Model T Documentary
I do not own the rights to this film. This is for fair use. Peter Graves is
the host of the show, so any Airplane! jokes will be interesting.
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1965 Riverside 500 Stock Car Race
New 1965 Model Ford Galaxie 500 debut at the first race of the year on the
road course in California with Dan Gurney, Ned Jarrett, A.J. Foyt, Parnelli
Jones, Fred Lorenzen, Marvin Panch, Junior Johnson, and more.
Bikini girl's reaction to Dale Earnhardt's 800hp NASCAR
http://www.POVtestdrive.com - How will a hot bikini babe react to the raw
power of an 800hp NASCAR? Watch a girl's reaction to an original Dale
Earnhardt Sr. 800hp NASCAR as they go through a drive thru, terrorize the
mall security, and finish up at the police station. All with a barely
dressed female riding shotgun and screaming the whole way. Yep, that's a
good way to use one of Dale Sr.'s original cars!
Special thanks to Nicodemus, Inc.
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Richard Hammond Does NASCAR - Top Gear - BBC
Richard Hammond travels to America to immerses himself in the world of
NASCAR. He¬†drives the pace car to launch the race at the Texas Speedway,
helps a team in the pits, then does a few laps of the oval track with
NASCAR legend Kyle Petty.
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Kurt Busch: Rageaholic
A documentary featuring all of Kurt Busch's on or off track/radio incidents
(that I could find). Credits are at the end. Check the rest of the
description for more info/notes. Pacmancucumber1783 made one for Kyle
Obviously this was uploaded after the 2011 season before the start of the
2012 season, so things change over time. But as most of you know, Kurt has
continued to have meltdowns even after the firing from Penske. So please
dont ask me "Why didnt you put his latest meltdown in here" when a simple
glance at the upload date would answer the question.
People ask me all the time if I could make one for Kyle or Kevin Harvick.
Sorry guys but the answer to that is no. This was way too time consuming,
and I will probably never do a documentary again. And if I do I wont
announce it months in advance like this time, cause trust me there were
several times I wanted to scrap this thing but couldnt since I promised
everyone. But in the end, I have zero regrets about making this, and only
one about the way it turned out. Youll find that out below.
People also ask me why I hate Kurt. I dont. I would like nothing more than
to see him fix his personal demons and be a winner again. Im not a fan, but
Im not a hater. I made this documentary because I enjoy making videos. I
didnt throw personal opinion into this thing. I let the video speak for
itself. I got both sides of the story via interviews, sometimes one of the
two drivers didnt give an interview. Dont blame me for it. Also, to the
trolls out there: I dont drive the damn cars, I dont give the damn
interviews, if you dont like it, get off me.
The only thing I regret about this thing is the title. I picked the name
Rageaholic because it was the last minute and I couldnt think of anything
else. I have always hated the name since. If I could change it, I would.
But I can't, so I wont even say what I would call it now. I get beat up a
lot in the comments from people who say "Where the hell is all the rage he
only raged at the end of the video" or stuff like that. All I can say is,
deal with it.
I know this whole thing is kinda cheezy, but its the best I could do given
the fact that I have no budget and use Windows Live Movie Maker. Thankfully
people have been real kind in the comments.
I would like to thank everyone for all the kind words about this thing and
how much they enjoyed watching it. The positive responses have far exceeded
the negative. Even Kurt fans have told me they liked my work on this one. I
really have great respect for those Kurt fans out there who didnt just
assume I was a hater. For all those who have posted kind words, thank you.
Means a lot when you put a lot of work into something and people like it.