QUT Motorsport Formula SAE Shakedown Dec. 2009
Onboard with me as I take the 2009 QUT Motorsport Formula SAE car on a
routine shakedown run.
Enjoy the run from three different angles, including a camera inside my
The engine was detuned for safer testing, while we focused on setup.
Many thanks to Jack Bellotti for the external cameras, and the guys for an
excellent days testing!
QUT Motorsport - Mt Cotton Hill Climb - Jack Bellotti 43.51
Car was run in full F-SAE competition trim with 20mm intake restrictor
Driver is Jack Bellotti, 3rd year Mechanical Engineering student.
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QUT Motorsport Testing March 2011
QUT get on track for their first run of 2011, giving their Formula SAE car
a shakedown at Holden: The Driving Centre.
Camera: Hugh Millear and onboards
Editing: Ash Miller
Music: Uncross These Lines - DNS Project/Whiteglow
CMT @ FSAE 2010 comp
A number of clips of curtin motorsports FSAE car at the 2010 comp.
including excessive burnouts, spins and crashes into massive puddles.
QUT Motorsport Autocross 09 - Ash Miller
Ash Miller behind the wheel of QUT Motorsport's "Ozanne", 2009 model
Formula SAE. This was the Autocross round of the 2009 Formula SAE-A
competition - the time netted 4th place overall.
QUT Motorsport finished the competition with a personal best result of 4th
place overall, grabbing a stellar 2nd place in the coveted endurance round.
UOA FSAE Launch Video 2009
University of Auckland Formula SAE 2009 car launch video. Features a bit of
CAD and testing shots from Meremere Dragway. Backing track is Justice,
Phantom Pt II (Soulwax Remix).
Indian Railways sight and sound spectacular
This video is a compilation of short pieces taken (with permission ) from
the channels of four Indian Railway videographers. I find the Indian
Railways fascinating to watch and enjoy the videos coming out of the
country. It was that which prompted me to put this piece together for
others to enjoy and perhaps share the amazing scenes that one sees there.
There's not too many places in the railway world that you can still hear
the steady chug of an ALCO , a modern EMD or the whine of a big electric
all in the same place. India has got the lot.
The work is compiled in no particular order of merit or favourites but
simply as it was taken down from Youtube.
It has been "bordered" because it was a mix of standard definition at 480p
and high definition at 720p. It was edited to fit together neatly and to
retain as much quality as possible for rendering at HD 720p. Some small
amounts of tweaking were done to enhance contrast and exposure but it is
basically as shot. Considerable tweaking was done to provide stereo sound
The work comes from the following Youtube channels :-
I thank the guys for letting me use their work to put this together.