This video features Bob Bondurant getting in 4 laps at the Bondurant School of High Performance Driving in Chandler AZ. Click above to take a ride with Bob behind the wheel of our BTM Cheetah #001 Racecar.
Cheetah Race Car Chases a Boss-302 Mustang
In this video a 400+ hp Cheetah vintage race car chases a 430 hp Boss 302
Mustang at Inde MotorSports
Ranch near Wilcox, Arizona on a day when the air temperature was 100 F. The
Cheetah seems to leap from corner to corner with little effort, using only
a fraction of it's power. This Cheetah is a very valuable collector car so
the owner does not drive it at 100%, but it still cut a lap on this 2.8-mi
21-turn track at less than 2-min. Only 15 of these magnificent race cars
from the mid-1960s were ever built. This immaculate example was built by
the owner several years ago from the original blue-prints, and is powered
by a small-block Chevy engine with four dual-throat Weber carburetors and
makes in excess of 400 hp.
1960 Chaparral Mark 1 - Jim Hall's First
2010 Limerock Park CT 25th Annual Vintage Race Car Festival 4 days with 320
entries including Jim Hall's first build Chaparral Mark 1 with an Aluminum
body, still has original paint & the original 318 ci small block Chevy
(today with a Holley).
Gulf Racing Ford GT40 MK1 SOUND On The Track
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This video is about a fantastic Ford GT40 with Gulf Racing livery. I filmed
this car during a revival race of the historic 1000 kms of Monza race.
The car is powered by a 4.9 V8 engine with a power of 425 bhp and a max
torque of 540 Nm. Top speed is about 340 km/h (211 mph).
Camcorder I used: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM100 Microphone
Event: 60° Coppa Intereuropa Storica
Where: Monza Circuit, Italy
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Part 2 - Start-Up of the Bill Thomas "Novel Nova"
Here we fire up the original "Novel Nova Instant Funny Car" built by Bill
Thomas Race Cars of Anaheim California in 1965. Mechanical Hilborn
Injection, 396 Chevy bored to 427 C.I., open headers, front axle moved
forward 3" - this is a kick - and the original car!
Jims race day
My uncle Jim built this car from the ground up, it took a lot of research
and a ton of hard work and dedication. It was a hot day at the track down
in Wilcox Az. These guys were rippin and tearin up the track pushing the
heat and speed to the limit. This is the first video I've made so Im sure
once I get to know this editing stuff better, I can come w some quality
vids soon. Let me know what you think, this was all shot on my i
phone...This Cheetah is siiiick!!!
FSN Motor Sports Mania BTM Interviews
This is a special where FSN Motor Sports Mania came out to the BTM shop to
interview Robert Auxier and check out the Cheetahs in production from start
to finish. The host, Wally Cahill starts off by interviewing Bob and
checking out the Bill Thomas Cheetah continuation race cars from frame to
finished product. Then Wally interviews Charlie Auxier, then Bill Thomas
French BT Cheetah Chevrolet Coupe insane Car sound static & on track
Bill Thomas Cheetah Chevrolet Coupe insane Car sound static & on track
@circuit de Ledenon 17 fevrier 2013
The 1964 Cheetah uses a 383-cubic-inch, 6.3-liter front-mounted V-8
engine positioned at 90 degrees with overhead valve design. The engine is
built with a cast-iron block and head and has 16 total valves with two
valves per cylinder. Brake horsepower measures 470 to
475 with a maximum torque rating of 435 foot-pounds. According to the
Ultimate Car Page website, the Cheetah's engine fuel feed is a proprietary
fuel injection system created by engine designer, Bill Thomas.
Brakes and Transmission
The Cheetah is equipped with four drum brakes. The vehicle's
transmission is a rear-wheel drive system with four manually shifting
gears. According to Ultimate Car Page's website, Cheetah designer Bill
Thomas was forced to use drum brakes on the vehicle because he was
restricted to using only parts that were also used on the 1963 to 1964
Frame and Suspension
The 1964 Cheetah's chassis is a space-frame type composed of
fiberglass and steel. The Cheetah's body is built from aluminum. Front and
rear suspensions for the Cheetah are independent wishbones with coil
springs. The vehicle's roll cage is positioned directly over the rear
suspension, meaning the driver operates the vehicle essentially sitting on
the vehicle's back tires. Wheelbase for the vehicle measures only 90