Virginia International Raceway (VIR) in a Porsche 911
Virginia International Raceway (VIR) video with turn numbers and turn names to help you learn the course.
Randy Pobst VIR Instruction - April 2004
At my first ACNA Driver School I was lucky enough to get Randy Pobst to
take me for a couple of laps in my 99.5 A4 2.8.
I was in the "Green" group so it was filled with first or second time track
drivers. Needless to say we hit a little congestion since there were only
three places our group was allowed to pass each other. Despite the
congestion he still managed to give me some great instruction.
It was great hanging out with him that day.
Inexperienced driver (me) took the Rollercoaster far too hot, and
punishment was dealt.
To answer commonly asked questions:
Total damage was ~$4200, with $2200 of that being labor, and $1000 being a
The car is just fine, and has lived to fight another day - I've been to 4
more HPD events since this, without incident.
Second angle here, filmed from a GoPro camera:
C6 Z06 at Virginia International Raceway (700hp)
700hp C6 Z06 at Virginia International Raceway. Passing some Vipers and
The car was built by LMR in Houston, Texas.
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Cobalt Wreck VIR
Chris Brown driving for Next Gen Motorsports, witnesses a Chevy Cobalt
crash at VIR.
2 Porsche GT3 RS's at VIR
2 Orange Porsche GT3 RS's going at it at Virginia International Raceway.
Fast forward to the 2 minute mark to see both Orange Porsche GT3 RS's