Fiero Wins King Of The Hill
9/12/09 Spectator race at autocityspeedway. Only street cars with not made for racing tires, one lap, double elimination. Winner gets $500 everyone else gets a $50 gas card.
Racing Fiero Burnout
2010 Wisconsin Dells Fiero Regional Carshow, some of the customs and a burnout :)
Huge Big Rig Race Crash! June 2002 Calgary
CanadaMotorSports Scary Big Rig Race Crash June 2002 Calgary. (Crash at the 2:00 mark) One of the scariest moments I caught in all my 25 years covering racing at Race City. Look for #76, the star and stripes Peterbilt get pinched and wrecked into the corner three wall at the 1:59 mark. Fortunately the driver suffered only minor injuries despite having to be rescued by safety crew with jaws of life. The destruction was staggering, however the truck cockpit stayed together due in part to the construction and thought given to protecting the driver. The race was red flagged in less than five seconds, Race City recue crew was on his truck in less than 30 seconds. I will follow this up with an interview with Mike (the racer) I conducted a year later...
Who killed the Pontiac Fiero?
Introduced in 1983, the Pontiac Fiero holds the title as the first and only mass-produced mid-engine sports car by a U.S. automaker. But its short five-year production run, along with its propensity to catch fire, has left the Fiero dangling in automotive folklore. "Did the Fiero get a bum rap?"Motoring TV host Brad Diamond asked. "And did Pontiac bail out too early?" And so it was in 1997 that Brad and the Motoring TV team set out to find out who killed the Pontiac Fiero. (This segment originally appeared on Episode 18 of Motoring 1997.) ***Watch full episodes of Motoring TV at MotoringTV.com***