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120mph Mega Crash! - Fifth Gear
The world's fastest ever crash test -- just how big are the forces involved and how much of a family car is left after it crashes at a speed not uncommon on British motorways? For more fantastic car reviews, shoot-outs and all your favourite Fifth Gear moments, subscribe to our Official Channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/fifthgearuk





F1 Engine Sound Evolution: Ferrari - V12/V10/V8/V6
After a year, here it is! A video that shows how the sound of Ferrari Formula 1 engines changed over the last two decades. Starting with the 412 T2 driven by Jean Alesi in 1995, the video shows also Schumacher with the fastest formula 1 car ever (the F2004, which holds the majority of track records) and Raikkonen during both his astonishing pole lap at Spa in 2007 and in qualifying at Monaco in 2014. Hope you enjoy it!! Honda engines through the years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EctHizz_yNo





1965 Honda RA272 F1 V12 sound
During my visits at Goodwood FOS I recorded this lovely little F1 car with a V12 engine! The Honda RA272 was a Formula One racing car used by the Honda team in the 1965 Formula One season. A successor to the Honda RA271, the RA272 was noticeable mainly for its technically advanced (though rather wide and heavy) 48-valve 1,495.28 cc V12 engine (58.1 x 47.0 mm), a water-cooled, transversely mounted unit which reportedly gave 230 bhp (170 kW) at 13,000 rpm.[1] The engine was safe to 14,000 rpm, which was unusually high for a 1960s engine design. The Honda V12 had staggering acceleration and often led the race into the opening lap after leaving the stationary starting grid. It led the 1965 Mexican Grand Prixfrom start to finish, driven by Richie Ginther, making it the first Japanese car to win a Formula One Grand Prix. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_RA272





F1 German GP Hockenheim 2001 - BAR Honda Vs Jordan Honda
Enjoy the battles with quality :P




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