Integra GSR Chasing Ferrari F355 GTS F1 at No Problem Raceway

In this video I am driving through a lot of traffic while trying to catch up with a red (of course) Ferrari driven well by a friendly guy--everyone's always friendly at these events. The camera is on board my old 2000 Acura Integra GS-R during a Porsche Club of America Track Day & Club Race weekend event at No Problem Raceway in Louisiana in November 2006. Cars in this video include: Acura Integra GSR, Ferrari F355 GTS F1, Porsche 928, Porsche 944, Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, Porsche 964, Porsche GT3 (or GT3R), Porsche Boxter S, Nissan 350Z, and a Lotus Elise. The Integra's power train was stock but the suspension was lightly modified for street/track combined use with H&R springs, Koni yellow shocks, disconnected front sway bar, and a Comptech rear sway bar. Here's a link to info about this track: http://www.trackpedia.com/wiki/No_Problem_Raceway_Park

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