The Drivers Edge Lotus Exige Driving Instruction with Race-Keeper.avi
Rich Soulle of The Drivers Edge talking a lap around MSR Cresson 3.1 in his
Lotus Exige. Forgett about taking notes during your driving event, its all
recorded with driving data on the video! This was recorded with a 3-camera
Race-Keeper video/data system. PST is offering a $150 gift certificate to
The Drivers Edge events with purchase of any Race Keeper system. The offer
is good through 12/2011. Offer is only valid on full system purchases made
through Performance SpeedTech. www.thedriversedge.net
Michelle and me 002.mpg
This is a shot of my Sprint- Replica stunt bike from Then Came Bronson as
it was displayed at the Timonium Bike show. The vid was shot for the show
PST Viper Cup Testing at MSR - Fast Lap 1:13.9
Pre-Season Viper Cup Testing at MSR Cresson. Dave Fiorelli is getting a
handle on the ACR-X. The car is as delivered from Dodge with exception for
an alignment and setup. We have some work to do before the first race but
this is an excellent start! Look for more videos from the Viper Cup race
series begining in May.
Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Phoenix Ride Along
RWRE goes to Phoenix International Raceway. This is your chance to lose
that yellow rookie stripe. Climb in, buckle up and ride shotgun in a NASCAR
stock car driven by a professional instructor for a 4-lap qualifying run.
This is the ride of a lifetime, you are riding shotgun in a real NASCAR
Sprint Cup car. There's a TRD Race Motor under the hood that has previously
competed in a NASCAR race. Oh yeah....that driver to your left has
thousands of laps in a car and is comfortable at corner speeds that are
nothing short of amazing. (Every so often that driver just happens to be
one of NASCARS 50 greatest drivers of all time.)
PST Viper Hallett Test Day-Fast Lap
Viper Days at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit August 13, 2010
Test Session for Race Group Cars
PST Viper Driven by Dave Fiorelli
Fast Lap of Test: 1.16.3
Qualified on Pole @ 1:17.43 in 100+ degree F ambient temperature
Turned a 1:15.6 during the race later that day.
The Viper has near 700HP at the rear wheels and weighs about 3200lbs with
fuel. Fisher Motorsports tuned Motec provides us the proper fuel and
spark. Performance Speed Tech built and valved Penske shocks help keep the
power on the ground. The car runs Hoosier R100 race slicks. The front
tire size is a 305/650-18 and the rear is a 355/645-18. Performance Speed
Tech sells what it races!
Contact www.performancespeedtech.com for more information!
Fiat 500 Abarth Autocross Race Track Challenge
This video shows Zeroto60Times.com Chief Editor Tommy Johnson at the helm
of a new Fiat 500 Abarth during the Autocross competition in Las Vegas
against other teams comprised of prominent car website reps, Facebook fans,
pro drivers and men's publishing reps. The Fiat 500 Abarth handled and
accelerated surprisingly well. The passenger guiding Tommy through the
track is Kuno Wittmer, a world class racing driver (currently racing the
Oscar Gomez Lap.mpg
Oscar was given a ride in Dave Fiorelli's Viper ACRX. They were able to
run the 1.3 mile course at Motorsport Ranch Cresson on November 5, 2011.
Oscar had never riden in a race car before. The car used was the number 81
Dodge Viper Cup entry. This car was last raced to victory at Daytona
International Raceway on October 23, 2011 by Kuno Whitmer.
2011 Dodge Viper Cup Round 1 - Sebring
Morgan wins first Dodge Viper Cup Race of 2011
Newcomer A.J. Morgan, a 21-year-old veteran racer from Darien, Ill., won
the first Dodge Viper Cup race of the 2011 season. He averaged 28.5 mph on
a drying track, passing Texan Ben Keating prior to the back straight on the
final lap at Sebring International Raceway, Sebring Florida on Saturday.
That's not a misprint. The average speed is correct. The race was only four
laps long; two under full course yellow after Dave Fiorelli's single-car
crash right at the green flag took out the concrete wall just past the
starting line. The race was finally stopped while crews repaired the wall,
then the field formed for a scored lap behind the pace car leading to the
re-start with Morgan at the head of the single file pack.
The starter threw the green and the white flag NASCAR style, and the race
came down to one flying lap free-for-all to the checker.
Keating grabbed the lead from Morgan into the first turn, but Morgan jumped
on a chance to get him back late in the lap: "I got beside him coming out
of ten," said Morgan, a former go kart and midget driver. "We hit some
puddles into the next turn and touched. A little rough racing, but I held
him off to the end. We have a little work tonight to make sure the left
front is OK for tomorrow."
Billy Gropp brought his Dodge Viper ACR-X from sixth to third during the
lap while World Challenge vet Jeff Courtney came fourth in the melee.
Fiorelli was unhurt in the crash, but had to convince the rescue crew that
the blood on his driving suit came from a small cut earlier in the day in
the pits and not from the wall banging. His car was too damaged to run in
Sunday's Race 2.
2011 Dodge Viper Cup Round 2 - Sebring
Jeff Courtney survived an event-filled race to take Dodge Viper Cup Race
Two this weekend at Sebring International Raceway. He was gridded third for
the standing start and fell in behind second fast qualifier A.J. Morgan as
pole man Ben Keating got a great start and entered the fast Turn One car
lengths ahead of the pack. Keating did not make it through as he carried
too much speed and spun off into the tire wall. He was able to back out,
taking a few tires with him, and re-joined the field in last place, his
passenger door stove in and various parts loosened in the undercarriage.
The course was under a full-course yellow for two laps and when the race
went green Courtney out-dragged Morgan, taking a short-lived lead until
Morgan got a good run on him out onto the back stretch and went by. Morgan
led easily, but for only a couple of laps before losing his clutch. He
slowed entering that same back stretch and Courtney went by again.
"At around Bishop's Bend I wanted to go from four to three and it wouldn't
go," Said Morgan. "Then I noticed that the clutch pedal was flat on the
Morgan dropped way back as he sorted out clutchless shifting and Billy
Gropp's Mopar Dodge Viper inherited second place. Gropp was black-flagged
for an alleged yellow flag violation and served a drive-through penalty
re-entering the fray in last place. That penalty is under review by race
officials, so the finishing order is not yet official.
Morgan got going again but then blew a front tire and was out of the race.
By then Courtney had a huge lead on new second place man Todd Nelson.
Keating clawed his way back up to third, dragging his undertray behind.
Back in the paddock he acted as if he had won the race after an epic drive.
Dave Fiorelli drove Keating's back-up car in the race after heavily
damaging his own Dodge Viper ACR-X at the start of Race One.