Subaru TT Challenge 2
Subaru returns to the world's most formidable racetrack, the Isle of Man TT
Course, with the all-new 2015 Subaru WRX STI to set a new lap record.
Takata Time Attack in Super Session at Redline Time Attack at Auto Club Speedway - May 2010
James Elterman and the LIC Motorsports prepared Takata Impreza go wheel to
wheel with the Cobb Nissan GTR, Road Race Engineering Evo, and more.
The Unlimited class Evo and Mini Cooper start in the front row, with the
Takata Impreza and Cobb GTR of the Modified class in the second row.
Additional Modified and Street class cars are behind.
James spins on lap 2 but is able to recover quickly. Can he regain his
position before the end of the race?
Review: 2015 Subaru WRX STI
I review the 2015 Subaru WRX STI! Huge thanks to Hans for letting me review
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Crawford Performance engine package for Subaru of Las Vegas / Zen Kai
Motorsports' 2010 Time Attack Subaru STI - Crawford Performance S3L-I
shortblock, Crawford Performance GT35R rotated turbo kit, Crawford Performance FMIC, Crawford
Performance surge tank / fuel system, running on E85. This is just a small
clip of it running the first day. We're expecting 550-600hp once tuned
Subaru WRX STi vs Audi S3 Saloon
Does the new Subaru WRX STi live up to its predecessors - and can it match
the new Audi S3 Saloon?
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The Subaru WRX STi and Audi S3 Saloon may not seem like obvious rivals, but
both have the same power output and distant rally heritage to call upon for
their performance kudos.
At £33,245 with a six-speed manual gearbox, the Audi S3 is more expensive
than the Subaru, but the £28,995 WRX clearly doesn't have the premium
badge and upmarket cabin of its Audi rival.
With 407Nm, the Subaru has a fraction more torque than the 380Nm Audi, but
it's where that torque arrives that really makes the difference. In the
Subaru you've got to wait until 4,000rpm to get peak torque, whereas in the
punchy Audi it arrives at just 1,800rpm. These cars have got very different
There was a time when we thought the new WRX wasn't going to come to the UK
but fast Subaru fans can relax - it's finally here. In an age when cars are
accused of all looking and feeling the same, there's no doubting that a WRX
doesn't feel or look like anything else on the road.
Performance car fans will forgive the Subaru's cabin because this car is
all about the driving experience and if you've driven a WRX before then
this new car will feel very familiar. First of all the boxer engine sounds
the same, you've got that unique sound from about 4,000rpm as you start to
work it hard.
You've got a gearbox that's got quite a short shift on each change, with a
slightly notchy, quite mechanical feel, and the steering is very fast but
at the same time quite light - which can be a bit disconcerting. It's also
got quite aggressive self-centring, but once you get used to it you realise
that that's a contributing factor to what makes this car feel so agile.
This is a car that you really will enjoy on the average British road.
The first thing you notice is when you get into the Audi S3 is the upmarket
interior is in a different league to the Subaru. It's a real contrast to
the dated cabin of the Subaru.
The driving experience is completely different, too. Where the Subaru is
really vigorous all the time, the Audi is very relaxed: it drives like any
other well-sorted fast Audi.
But the performance is there: it's got the same power as the Subaru's
engine. In the Audi you've got really instant power all the time so you
don't feel like you've got to work the engine so hard.
And the handling's pretty accomplished as well. The steering's not as sharp
and the way that the diffs work is not as aggressive but there's plenty of
traction, decent body control and the car turns in nicely. It's not a
thrilling car on a road like this but it's just very accomplished.
Off the line, both cars have superb traction, but the Audi is nearly 100Kg
lighter than the Subaru, and that shows by the time we reach 60mph. The S3
punches to 60 in 5.4 seconds, whereas the Subaru is 2 tenths behind at 5.6
So which car comes out on top in our test? Well, Subaru fans will love the
sound of the WRX's boxer engine and the car's unique character. But the
Audi has a much nicer cabin, it was faster in the drag race and it's a nicer car
to live with day-to-day. Yes, it's more expensive, but if you want a fast,
comfortable and stylish performance saloon, the Audi S3 is the one for us.
2015 Subaru WRX STI: The Daily Driver Rally Car Returns! - Ignition Ep. 107
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago tests the latest generation of the
perennial rally car favorite: The 2015 Subaru WRX STI. Much like the new
WRX, this STI has an entirely new and significantly stiffer body structure,
but unlike the WRX, it still uses the same 305 horsepower 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-four that's powered the car
since 2008. Our introduction to the car occurs at the press launch at Mazda
Raceway Laguna Seca. From there, we test the STI to see the performance
improvements and drive it on one of our favorite mountain roads. How does
the new STI stack up? Stay tuned to find out.
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2015 Subaru WRX vs 2014 Ford Focus ST! Head 2 Head Ep. 50
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Jonny Lieberman gets his hands on the
all-new, 2015 Subaru WRX, as well as one of Motor Trend's favorite pocket
rockets, the Ford Focus ST. Each car costs about $30,000, sports a
2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder
engine with similar power outputs, and features a 6-speed manual
transmission. The Subaru of course features a sporty version of the brand's
"symmetrical AWD" while the Focus makes due with just the front wheels
driven. However, since it first appeared, the Focus ST has wowed the Motor
Trend staff with ability to dance around corners and, generally, not drive
and feel like a front-wheel driver. We like the Focus ST so much that we
invited it to last year's Best Driver's Car. But does the Ford have what it
takes to beat the latest street-tamed rally baby from Subaru? You're going
to have to watch and find out.
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Subaru WRX Review: better than the BRZ? (FRS, GT86)? -- Everyday Driver
The 2015 WRX introduces the latest generation of Subaru's iconic nameplate.
With the same engine block and similar price to the BRZ, the guys wondered
which car was more fun on one of our favorite roads. Ask any enthusiast
about these cars and you'll start a debate... so that happened here too.
Which one would you have?
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Team Crawford Crowned Limited AWD Time Attack Champion
This past Wednesday, Crawford Performance took home their first Time Attack
Championship (Limited AWD) at the Super Street and Eurotuner Time Attack
Finals at Buttonwillow Raceway Park.
The day was filled with stiff competition from many well respected tuners
and cars from all over the world, including the Crawford Widebody Subaru
STi. The Crawford Subaru ended up turning a 1:55.317 in the Limited AWD
class which was certainly quick enough to gain much respect from the field
of 70 competitors. It was also quick enough to earn 1st place, the "Limited
AWD Time Attack Champion" trophy, to clock the fastest 'overall
time'amongst all the other 'Limited' competitors, and to place 9th overall
in the entire event.
'To win a time attack challenge, the drivetrain and tuning must be as well
developed as the suspension. Everything must hold hands. But it doesn't
mean anything without the support of a good team and without good
competition. We are always happy to see more and more Subaru's competing in
events like these. Not only does it bring a smile to our faces to see that
other people have as much passion as we do but it pushes us to build better
products and faster Subaru'.'--
Chris Escamilla, Crawford Performance V.P.