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Summit Point, NASA-MA race in my Honda Prelude H2 car.

Highlight vid from NASA-MA April 2010 race at Summit Point WV. I was the only H2 car to show up, so I moved myself up to H1 to race with 4 other cars. Got 4th on Sat. and 3rd on Sunday. We ran in the "thunder" race group so there was lots of fast V8 cars out there to mix it up with! Walter McKinney No. 577 1999 Honda Prelude.


 


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NASA Honda-Challenge race, in my prelude, Aug 2010 Sunday.
NASA road race weekend, Aug. 2010 Sunday race Track: Mid-Ohio. Car: 1999 Honda prelude Class: Honda-Challenge (H2) Driver: Walter McKinney Primary Sponcer: Mfactory





NASA Honda-Challenge Race at Mid-Ohio, Aug. 2008
NASA Honda-Challenge Race at Mid-Ohio, Aug. 2008, in race group A. Driver: Walter McKinney Car: 1999 Honda Prelude Great battle between 3rd, 4th, and 5th.





Race Prelude vs Street Civic at Bandimere 2008
Street car (on the close line) vs Race car at Bandimere on the Street Tuner Mayhem competition 09/07/2008 11.24 @ 128mph





Prelude Race Car Build
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The Prelude Project - Building a 500 HP Honda Prelude Chrome Drag Car
Voyles Performance First build - We are taking a 1998 Honda Prelude and turning it into a 500 HP Boosted drag car. And then we're wrapping it in chrome. Way more to come. At Voyles Performance we offer tuning for both Imports and Domestics, Hydrographic Dipping, Effects, and Audio. For more info please contact us at VoylesPerformance@gmail.com http://www.edvoyleshonda.com http://www.twitter.com/voylesperforman Instagram @voylesperforman Pinterest @voylesperforman Ed Voyles Honda 2103 Cobb Parkway SE Marietta, Georgia 30067 Standard Features Bucket Seats Center Console Power Brakes Power Moonroof Rear Window Defroster Tinted Glass 16 Inch Wheels 2.2L I4 DOHC 16V FI Engine Premium Unleaded Fuel Required 5-Speed Manual Transmission Clock Tachometer Alloy Wheels 4-Wheel ABS Driver and Passenger Front Airbags Anti-Theft Alarm System Cloth Seating Cruise Control Power Steering Remote Trunk Release Tilt Steering Wheel Leather Steering Wheel Trim Air Conditioning Intermittent Windshield Wipers Power Windows Power Door Locks Power Exterior Mirrors AM/FM/CD Audio System Available Optional Features Optional AM/FM/Cassette Audio System Compact Disc Changer Fog Lights 4-Speed Automatic Transmission Specifications Exterior Width: 69.0 in. Height: 51.8 in. Length: 178.0 in. Ground clearance: 5.7 in. Curb weight: 2954 lbs. Wheel base: 101.8 in. Interior Rear hip Room: 41.0 in. Rear head room: 35.3 in. Rear leg room: 28.1 in. Rear shoulder room: 50.0 in. Performance Base engine type: gas horsepower: 195 hp @ 7000 rpm Torque: 156 ft-lbs. @ 5250 rpm Turning circle: 36.1 ft. Fuel Fuel type: gas Fuel type: regular unleaded Fuel tank capacity: 15.9 gal.





Building a Drag Car - Honda Prelude Project Part 2
What's New for 1998 The Prelude doesn't change for 1998. Review The aptly named Prelude has always been a symbol for great things to come. Honda has long used the Prelude to showcase their latest technological developments. Remember Honda's four-wheel steering system, designed to give drivers better control in tight corners? It first debuted on the 1988 Prelude. In 1993, the Prelude was also one of the first Honda's to receive a VTEC engine, first introduced in the 1991 Acura NSX. In 1997, Honda continued this tradition by showcasing their new Active Torque Transfer System (ATTS) in the Prelude Type SH. The Active Torque Transfer System is designed to give the Prelude rear-wheel drive cornering ability, while retaining the wet-weather benefits of a traditional front-wheel drive car. The system works by monitoring the car's speed, steering angle and yaw rate to determine the if car is following the driver's intended course. In a tight, fast corner the system works by increasing torque to the outboard front wheel, which in turn increases the vehicle's yaw rate, giving the driver better steering response. Basically, it neutralizes understeer for those times when the corners get a little too tight. What will they think of next. All Preludes are powered by a 195-horsepower VTEC engine that cranks out 156 foot-pounds of torque at 5250 rpm. Base models are available with a manual or automatic transmission, but if you want the high-tech Type SH model, you better like rowing your own gears; it is only available with a five-speed manual gearbox. The five-speed manual is a carryover from the previous Prelude, but the new four-speed automatic features a Sequential SportShift that allows drivers the option of selecting their own gears, similar to a Porsche Tiptronic. Base and Type SH models get standard four-wheel antilock disc brakes that pull the car down quickly from the Prelude's estimated top-speed of 140 mph. After receiving harsh criticism for the previous-generation Prelude's funky interior, we weren't surprised to see that Honda took a conservative approach to the dashboard layout of their new sports coupe. We were, however, disappointed to notice that they took an approach so conservative that when seated behind the Prelude's steering wheel, there is nothing to distinguish the car from a late-eighties Accord. Come on guys, you can do better than that, can't you? Despite the interior shortcomings, and the much-maligned headlamps, the Prelude is an outstanding sports coupe that offers the latest technology at a reasonably affordable price. If you are a gizmo hound, or you simply love to drive, this car must go on your shopping list.





Fast Car's Mil-Spec Honda Prelude
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Spoon Sports Integra Type R - 2007 NASA National Honda Challenge at Mid Ohio - Sunday Final
Due to bad luck in previous qualifying races, #96 started all the way in the back of the grid second to last. A long hard charge to the 2nd place in the first 10 mins allowed the 1st place 06 Civic Si from Honda R&D to gain a comfortable lead. #96 kept the position until finish and claimed 2nd place National Honda Challenge Champion in class H2.





Daytona 2012 Curt Vogt #530 Shelby GT350 - Qualifying Race - IN-CAR CAMERA
This is the Saturday morning Qualifying race at the 2012 Dayton Historics. The video is from the in-car camera mounted in the #530 Shelby GT350 driven by Curt Vogt. The car and engine was built and race prepaired by Cobra Automotive. Go to cobraautomotive.com for more vintage cars and parts





2008, Honda-challenge National Champ. Qual. Race
In car video of the 2008 Honda-challenge National Champ. Qual. Race on Saturday. Car= Honda Prelude Class = Honda-Challenge (H2) Driver: Walter McKinney of McKinney Raceworks Sponsor: Mfactory





Honda S2000 Lap Record 1:24.3 Summit Point Main 7/12/09
Porsche Club Potomac HPDE on Summit Point Main 7/12/09. This is the first Red (instructor) group run. My 5th lap is a new unofficial non-race car Honda S2000 lap record with a 1:24.3 on laps 5 and 8. The official record is held by NASA TTC Champ Cale Kastanek at 1:24.495. For context, the Performance Touring C record is 1:26.262, and the TTB record is 1:23.874. I'm thinking the TTB record is within reach with a set of Hoosiers. Tthe Honda Challenge 2 racing series track record is 1:25.091 and the HC1 record is 1:21.923. Timing is from a Traqmate Complete data acquisition system.





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Honda Prelude oversteer
Honda Prelude oversteer @ Mid-Ohio 6-23-07 - S3 Triple Tuner Challenge





Chrome 1998 Honda Prelude Drag Car
This 1998 Honda Prelude is a symbol of our dedication to enhanced automotive performance and showroom-quality aesthetics. Fully restored and customized both inside and out by our tech team, this Prelude will be the first of many Voyles Performance dragsters and show-cars. With a turbo-charged 500 horsepower engine and a precisely tuned suspension, this vicious beast is a force to be reckoned with both on the roadways and in the showroom. www.edvoyleshonda.com www.voylesperformance.com





Steve Murch explains how to get drag racing power from a Honda Prelude
Geoff heads to Meremere to try is Honda Prelude VTEC Type S down the strip and gets advice from Steve Murch how to cheaply get more power from the engine. More at http://www.performancecar.co.nz. This clip is from Jim Beam Performance Car TV, season 7, Episode 4





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