De Anza AutoCross 2007 Part 2 A Mix of Everyone
De Anza Auto Cross May 2007! Winner was Ralph S! This was filmed by me with
my handy dandy digital camera! Enjoy! Youtube made me change the music on
this one too, I hope you still enjoy it.
A 65 Nova
Youtube made me change the music, so sorry bout that.
DRIVETRAIN: Chevy ZZ 430 Fastburn Smallblock Engine With Hot Cam Kit And
Has Over 450 horsepower.
Richmond 5 Speed Transmission, Fab 9 Rear Axel With Fab 9 Magnisium 4.11
Ring and Pinion.
Wilwood Brakes With 6 Piston Calipers In The Front And 4 Piston Calipers In
The Rear With Drilled And Slotted Rotors. All Lines Are Steel Braided.
Custom Made Full-Tube Frame Chassis And Roll Cage Made By Magnum Force
Custom Aluminum Interior Also Made By Magnum Force
Front Clip: Mustang 2 Coil
Over Suspension By Heidt's With POWER STEERING Rack With A Momo Steering
Recarro Rally 2 Seats With 5 Point Harness
All Gauges Are By Auto-Meter
Wheels And Tires: Front 17X9.5 Rear 17X11 American Racing Wheels
12 Gallon Fuel Cell With Steel Braided Lines And Fittings
Painless Wiring Complete Harness Professionally Installed By Miller
Engine And Drivetrain Also Installed By Miller Motorsports
All Metal Work And Fabrication Done By Magnum Force Racecar Fabrication
And YES, Im aware I cant spell! I cant live without spellcheck and there
isnt one on here!! LOLOL!
They made me change the music on this video :o( Hope you still dig it!
Victor Sias's BMW M3 Duel at De Anza Autocross 2006
Victor Sias makes a run in his race modified M3 at the De Anza Autocross of
'06 for a time of 47.205, marking the fastest time for a BMW at the
autocross, and placing well within the top 5 times that day.
How to Autocross Faster - Ep 1 - Analyzing Porsche Club Runs
Topics and tips covered include braking, racing line, corner exit, early
acceleration, and back-siding the slalom cones. Autocross drivers Jeremy
Ault and Kent McKnight analyze their runs from the February 2013 Maverick
Region Porsche Club Autocross #1 to learn how to be faster and teach you autocross tips from
what is learned along the way.
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You should not take anything from this video as being advice. That said, if
you make the same mistakes we do or are new to autocross, maybe you may
also find this video helpful.
Be sure to watch Episode 2 on Slaloms -
39th Annual "Duel at De Anza" (5/18/2008)
Car: 2004 Mazdaspeed Miata
Tires: Bridgestone RE01R (205/45/16)
Class: SM2 (finished 4th of 9)
Split Time: 26.255s
Venue: De Anza College (Cupertino, CA)
I missed a 3rd place in-class finish by about 0.6 seconds and 2nd by only
0.8 seconds, either of which would have given me a trophy... Oh well, at
least the only consolation is that I didn't do too badly for this
competition considering I was not running on R-compound tires. :)
I love the way this event was run, using the old-school auto-x format (1st
lap is practice and the last two are timed). Also, the course was nice and
tight, so it was challenging. I'm surprised that as wild as I was on
course, I didn't hit anything.
Corvette Crashes During An AutoCross Event
This is the first time we've ever witnessed an accident at a speed ventures
autocross. It was a pretty fast track and it was his first time up since
his last break so the tires were pretty cold & so was the track.
Unfortunately the driver never touched his brakes after he lost control.
The driver was shaken up quite a bit, but he walked away.
Speed Ventures AutoCross 11/19/11
MG Midget Autocross
In this run, I needed 70 seconds or less to beat myself and some
AE86 Duel at DeAnza Autocross
Duel at DeAnza 2006: 1985 Corolla GT-S on the autocross track for the first
time. Stock suspension, and Toyo RA1's on the front.
I had 1/8th a tank of gas left, and the fuel tank has no baffling, so
that's fuel starvation for you.
Racing line explanation
This is a quick explanation of the three different lines that are possible
when taking a corner at speed.