Torque Peugeot 106 racing at Castle Combe 13th April 2009
Olly Lewis races the Drivedata-sponsored Torque Magazine 106 in the first round of the 2009 Castle Combe Saloon Car Championship. Olly qualified 2nd in Class D and after leading for most of the race, finished 2nd after fuel starvation problems. Read the full race report by subscribing free to Torque Magazine here: http://www.torque-online.co.uk
Drivedata will be recording more races this year using their high quality onboard video recorders. This race was recorded using a new low cost multi-camera system based on the Drivedata DR3 flashcard video recorder. Visit the Drivedata website to find out more about our race video and data solutions: http://www.drivedata.com
Peugeot 106 Rallye vs Lotus Elise part one at Cadwell Park 04.04.09
In car video of our Peugeot 106 Series 1 Rallye chasing down a Lotus Elise
at Cadwell Park. Trackday rules are very strict on where you can and can't
overtake, if the driver in front doesn't let you through, all you can do is
sit on their tail. We backed off at the end of this clip, so that we had
some clear track but soon caught the Elise up again for part two...
Peugeot 106 destruction! (Taking to pieces and blowing the engine)
In this video me, My girlfriend and my friend Joe get busy destroying
possibly the worst Peugeot 106 1.1 in the world...An Awful rusty, Hopeless,
Disobedient piece of shite with added cambelt snappage.
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Radical SR3 UK Cup Castle Combe Race 1 Part 1
Alex Kapadia starts race 1 from fifth on the grid and second in the SR3
class. He passes Sam Hancock and Jamie Patterson and moves into the lead
of the SR3 class.
He builds the lead until he hands the car over to co-driver Dan Laddiman
at the pitstop. Unfortunately shortly afterwards the engine failed forcing
retirement from the race whilst leading.
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Peugeot 106 Acceleration 0-100 Top Speed & Sound Test
Peugeot 106 - We test the elderly Peugeot 106. With its small 1.0l 50 hp
engine, we experience the cold start, acceleration of 0-100 and the top
speed in this mini car. The Peugeot 106 was produced in two series. During
the first (S1) from September 1991 to April 1996 and the second (S2) from
May 1996 to July 2003 Here, the 106 S1 based on the Citroën AX introduced
a few years earlier, during the 106 S2 is technically almost identical to
the Citroën Saxo. Specifically, the vehicles of the first series were
relatively easy, so that even comparatively good performance could be
achieved with the smaller engines. Especially the XSi model with the
1.4-liter engine (94 hp) was at a maximum speed of 200 km / h and
acceleration from 0-100 km / h in under ten seconds for a small car very
quickly. Especially the Peugeot 106 GTI S16 with the 1.6 liter engine was
very fast. Therefore, they were very popular in rally racing use.