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Big Red Camaro: Driving Fast & Taking Chances [Official Trailer]

The official trailer for Big Red Camaro: Driving Fast & Taking Chances. The October 2010 Mojave Mile marked the beginning of a partnership between Team Big Red and longtime fan/filmmaker Josh Oliver to create the ultimate Big Red Camaro documentary film. Filming at events throughout 2011 yielded over 160 hours of interviews, insider access, documentary footage, and some of the most incredible shots of Big Red at its finest. Each event proved to be unique as the filmmakers employed tools and tactics typically reserved for big budget action movies, like the Cineflex camera system on an A Star helicopter, massive 1000mm lenses on the ground, over 20 "BR" on-board camera angles, and an airplane flying at 160+ mph to get the viewer never before seen, up-close and in-tight action shots of Big Red at devastating top speeds. Some 15 months have passed since then, and in 2011 Big Red competed in 5 of the biggest events the "Weekend Warrior" motor sports world has to offer: Mojave Mile, The Texas Mile (Goliad), The Spectre Challenge (aka Hwy 341 Virginia City), Vintage Auto's "Big Bore Bash" at Willow Springs Raceway, and of course, the Grand Daddy of them all... where the Big Red legend began... September, in Ely, NV for the 24th running of The Silver State Classic Challenge. After many months and a lot of hard work, we are proud to bring you the first trailer for the documentary. Stay tuned for more videos, clips, and coming soon, the full-length historical documentary. Subscribe to Big Red Camaro's YouTube Channel: http://goo.gl/sXVcyn Follow Big Red: http://bigredCamaro.com http://facebook.com/BigRedCamaro http://twitter.com/TheBigRedCamaro http://instagram.com/TheBigRedCamaro The Big Red Camaro was originally built in 1987 by father and son team, Dan and RJ Gottlieb. The car began as an all stock 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and became a very highly modified muscle machine revered and well-known for its stunning performances in "flat out" open road racing. The original car was destroyed in an accident in the La Carrera Road Race in 1988, as the stock chassis was unable to handle the stresses of cornering the heavy car under the conditions and massive power output. "Big Red" was then rebuilt by the late, great race car builder Bill Osborne with the original stock '69 body and a spaceframe tube chassis, as well as a 1,000 plus horse power engine built by Larry Mollicone. This is the car that went on to win accolades and trophies at both the La Carrera Classic and Silver State Classic Challenge throughout the late 80's, catching the world's attention, scoring features in numerous car magazines, and made a name for itself among muscle car and race enthusiasts. Big Red was retired in 1996 to a car museum, and revived for racing again in 2004. Big Red continues to live up to the title of "The Baddest '69 Camaro ever."


 


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Big Red Camaro at The Mojave Mile [Spring 2012]
The Big Red Camaro once again attempting to hit that 220mph benchmark that has been so elusive in these "Flying Mile" events. RJ & Big Red with crew chief Dave Ward and head mechanic Tim Fleenor work feverishly to maintain the car at the first event of the season - The Mojave Mile this past May 5th & 6th, 2012. The "Monster" 1200hp motor wreaks havoc on the drivetrain and declining air quality and crosswinds do no favors for the normally aspirated, and aerodynamically challenged beast. Big Red has been known to hit and then sustain speeds well in excess of 220mph on the open road but the one mile acceleration contest known as "The fastest mile in the west... Mojave Mile" always proves challenging. If you take a close look in the video you'll see for the first time ever, Big Red taking advantage of a little squirt from the bottle (a modest 150hp system). Big Red shared the fastest run of the weekend with the turbocharged Viper. Stay tuned for the next Big Red Camaro video as all the speed freaks descend on Mojave once again the weekend of June 2nd for a brand new event - "The Mojave Magnum." This time it's 1.5 miles and there is no turning back! Subscribe to Big Red Camaro's YouTube Channel: http://goo.gl/sXVcyn Follow Big Red: http://bigredCamaro.com http://facebook.com/BigRedCamaro http://twitter.com/TheBigRedCamaro http://instagram.com/TheBigRedCamaro The Big Red Camaro was originally built in 1987 by father and son team, Dan and RJ Gottlieb. The car began as an all stock 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and became a very highly modified muscle machine revered and well-known for its stunning performances in "flat out" open road racing. The original car was destroyed in an accident in the La Carrera Road Race in 1988, as the stock chassis was unable to handle the stresses of cornering the heavy car under the conditions and massive power output. "Big Red" was then rebuilt by the late, great race car builder Bill Osborne with the original stock '69 body and a spaceframe tube chassis, as well as a 1,000 plus horse power engine built by Larry Mollicone. This is the car that went on to win accolades and trophies at both the La Carrera Classic and Silver State Classic Challenge throughout the late 80's, catching the world's attention, scoring features in numerous car magazines, and made a name for itself among muscle car and race enthusiasts. Big Red was retired in 1996 to a car museum, and revived for racing again in 2004. Big Red continues to live up to the title of "The Baddest '69 Camaro ever."





Big Red Camaro vs. 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
In February 2014, Hot Rod Magazine invited the Big Red Camaro out to face off against Chevrolet's new 2014 Z-28 Camaro. Big Red has never been one to back down from a challenge and to pit the Generation 1 Camaro against the new Generation 5 was too good an opportunity to pass up. The Big Red team braved one of the worst ice storms on record and made the trip out to the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama to attend the challenge. With the freezing temperatures came poor track conditions, and the new Z/28 had a huge advantage with all its modern traction control systems - Big Red had her work cut out for her. Unfortunately the less than ideal conditions held Big Red back from reaching her full potential in what would be a classic duel on a truly great road course, but she still managed to give her descendant one hell of a run for its money. A big thanks to Hot Rod Magazine, Chevrolet and Barber Motorsports Park for the opportunity to come out and strut our stuff! Visit Hot Rod Magazine's YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/HotRodMagazine Pick up a copy of the June issue of HRM on sale now to check out the cover story, "Z/28 The Legend Returns" or go to HotRod.com to see how it all turned out. http://hotrod.com/feature_stories/1406_2014_Camaro_z28_forces/ Subscribe to Big Red Camaro's YouTube Channel: http://goo.gl/sXVcyn Follow Big Red: http://bigredCamaro.com http://facebook.com/BigRedCamaro http://twitter.com/TheBigRedCamaro http://instagram.com/TheBigRedCamaro The Big Red Camaro was originally built in 1987 by father and son team, Dan and RJ Gottlieb. The car began as an all stock 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and became a very highly modified muscle machine revered and well-known for its stunning performances in "flat out" open road racing. The original car was destroyed in an accident in the La Carrera Road Race in 1988, as the stock chassis was unable to handle the stresses of cornering the heavy car under the conditions and massive power output. "Big Red" was then rebuilt by the late, great race car builder Bill Osborne with the original stock '69 body and a spaceframe tube chassis, as well as a 1,000 plus horse power engine built by Larry Mollicone. This is the car that went on to win accolades and trophies at both the La Carrera Classic and Silver State Classic Challenge throughout the late 80's, catching the world's attention, scoring features in numerous car magazines, and made a name for itself among muscle car and race enthusiasts. Big Red was retired in 1996 to a car museum, and revived for racing again in 2004. Big Red continues to live up to the title of "The Baddest '69 Camaro ever."





Go Kart Video: Team Big Red petitions for Roadrunner Club Membership
Famed Land Speed Racing group and SCTA Charter Club, The Roadrunners hold their March meeting at Pole Position Raceway Go Kart Track. After a brief meeting to discuss club business, members take to the track in a series of heat races to see who can put up the fastest lap times. Following the heats, the Roadrunners saddle up for the Main Event, a no holds barred all out race for the checkered flag and bragging rights until the next years' meeting. Some new blood, petitioning members from The Big Red Camaro Team, driver RJ and Crew Chief Dave Ward try their hand at Karting and are given no quarter by the Roadrunners Club. In the end and despite some "spirited" exchanges, all drivers made it to the finish line in one piece and a good time was had by all. Subscribe to Big Red Camaro's YouTube Channel: http://goo.gl/sXVcyn Follow Big Red: http://bigredCamaro.com http://facebook.com/BigRedCamaro http://twitter.com/TheBigRedCamaro http://instagram.com/TheBigRedCamaro The Big Red Camaro was originally built in 1987 by father and son team, Dan and RJ Gottlieb. The car began as an all stock 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and became a very highly modified muscle machine revered and well-known for its stunning performances in "flat out" open road racing. The original car was destroyed in an accident in the La Carrera Road Race in 1988, as the stock chassis was unable to handle the stresses of cornering the heavy car under the conditions and massive power output. "Big Red" was then rebuilt by the late, great race car builder Bill Osborne with the original stock '69 body and a spaceframe tube chassis, as well as a 1,000 plus horse power engine built by Larry Mollicone. This is the car that went on to win accolades and trophies at both the La Carrera Classic and Silver State Classic Challenge throughout the late 80's, catching the world's attention, scoring features in numerous car magazines, and made a name for itself among muscle car and race enthusiasts. Big Red was retired in 1996 to a car museum, and revived for racing again in 2004. Big Red continues to live up to the title of "The Baddest '69 Camaro ever."





2000 HP Supercar Attacks Malibu! Nelson Racing Engines. NRE.
This car is a rocket ship! Tom Nelson pilots this rocket through Malibu and surrounding areas. Three action sequences. Tom tells us about this Nelson Super Car # 004. The engine is a work of art. We hope you enjoy this movie. Let us know if you do. We will do more. For more information or to download your own copy of this video, go to http://nelsonracingengines.com and http://nelsonsupercars.com as well as nretv.com. Also go to http://VeritasMovieStudio.com for marketing help.





69 Camaro 427 Alloway Pro Touring
A 69 Camaro with a Anniversary 427 Motor in it....This is a Alloway Hot Rod..so you know it's a work of Art....but this client prefers to Drive his...In this video it's at Pro Auto Custom Interiors getting a tune up on the stitching...very cool!!...check it out...make sure you subscribe so that you don't miss any of the other Hot cars coming through this shop!! Apparel Provided By: http://www.etmotorgear.com/ Check them out!!





2012 Chevy Camaro ZL1 vs. Mark Stielow's Red Devil '69 Camaro - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 13
On this episode of HOT ROD Unlimited, David Freiburger meets up with Pro Touring legend Mark Stielow to compare old and new Camaros head to head. Mark Stielow is a GM engineer with a long history of building vintage, street-worthy Camaros with amazing handling prowess. His latest is the Red Devil, a '69 model powered by a 427ci, supercharged LS9 that tops 750 hp and 800 lb-ft. It runs a six-speed trans and complete suspension from Detroit Speed, and has won a number of shootouts with similarly built Pro Touring cars. But can his modified muscle car outrun the technology of the Magnetic Ride suspension on the new, 580hp, 2012 Camaro ZL1? We head to GingerMan Raceway in South Haven, Michigan to find out. HOT ROD Unlimited appears every other Friday on the new Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/hotrodmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





The Original Sting Ray - /BIG MUSCLE
Owner: • BRIAN HOBAUGH When did you first realize that you loved cars? Maybe it was the time you caught a glimpse of a Ferrari as you were sitting in the back of your parents minivan. Or maybe it happened after watching your older brother do a burnout in his rusted out Camaro. For owner Brian Hobaugh, his love of cars started thanks to his Dad and a certain 1965 Chevrolet Corvette that's been in their family for over 30 years.





BIG RED Camaro - The Texas Mile - March 2011
Big Red came to the Texas Mile this March. This Camaro sounds great and was very fast - he was running around 216mph. Beautiful car! Check out http://www.hightechcorvette.com Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/hightech.corvette





Dirt Cheap Rat Rod! 1968 Charger Buildup and Thrash - Roadkill Ep. 23
Freiburger and Finnegan think this is the best episode so far! It's the longest, too. This show has it all: a Mad-Max-vibe 1968 Dodge Charger built with motorhome parts, sideways Dukes-style action, lots of low-buck wrenching, hilarious snafus, and cameo appearances by the Macho Grande from episode 8, the '66 Buick Special convertible from a pre-Roadkill episode, the ramp truck from episode 20, and the Fury from episode 22. Enjoy the last Roadkill of 2013! Roadkill appears every fourth Friday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RoadkillShow, http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/hotrodmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/hotrodmagazine Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





JCG Restorations 1968 Camaro -- /BIG MUSCLE
Tucked away in a small industrial park in Oxnard, CA sits JCG Restorations & Customs, a moderately sized shop that has built some of the best performing pro-touring cars that we've ever driven. Now generally we don't focus in on shops, however when the owners of three of our best test cars start dropping names, we tend to listen. Originally we descended on JCG to drive Blu Balz, a stunning 1968 Camaro owned by one Karl Dunn. However since Mother Nature decided to water the Earth that day, we put our original plans on hold and got shop owner Cris Gonzalez to give us the in's and out's of what it takes to make a stellar pro-touring car.





Super Sleeper 1972 Nova - /BIG MUSCLE
Wanna race? If so you may want to reconsider. You see this is Dru Diesner's 1972 Chevrolet Nova and it's anything but stock. From a looks perspective it's nothing special, in fact most people wouldn't put up $500 for this thing. Look a little deeper though and OH MOMMA! You see under its faded green paint lurks a twin supercharged LS2 that makes 1,160 hp... at the rear wheels. It epitomizes the term "sleeper", and is lethal to just about every other road going vehicle it comes in contact with. Big Muscle recently visited Northern Chicago to get a sample of this beast, and holy crap was it one of the best automotive experiences we've ever had.





2011 SSCC 220mph!!! "1969" BIG RED CAMARO 1Mile shootout attack
2011 Silver State Classic Challenge BIG RED "1969" Camaro 1Mile shootout attack Driver /R.J.Gottieb





LS7 1967 CAMARO STREETFIGHTER known as VENGEANCE
This is Mr Totem's second 1967 LS7 Camaro named Vengeance. . done in Streetfighter trim. aka Roadrace/autocross/vintagetransam car with headlights and a license plate. and for those who keep asking the car at 4:21 is my 1949 chevrolet fleetline kustom. car club site is: www.thestreetfighters.com list of whats done to the car is at the end of the video..





FASTEST STREET CAR IN AMERICA - Tom Bailey's 217 MPH '69 Camaro!
1000 miles, 4 tracks, 5 days, and 5 six second passes, if that doesn't prove that this is the fastest street car in America (possibly the world), I don't know what does! Tom Bailey and Steve Morris not only won Drag Week 2013, but they are also the first to run 5 consecutive six second passes at Drag Week!





Big Red Camaro Leaving the Start Line at Bonneville 2013
The Big Red Camaro that runs the Silver State Challenge at Bonneville Salt Flats.





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