Back in 2007 a group of exotic cars got together to go out for a drive. It turned into a fun game of cat and mouse as we ripped down the road. I was riding in a 2006 Gallardo with manual transmission. Enjoy!!
Lamborghini Diablo NOS + straight pipes
I shot this video back in 2007 when the New York Motor Club hosted a drive
and a ton of exotic cars showed up. It was a cold morning but everyone was
ready to drive....and drive fast. I shot the video from inside a
Lamborghini Diablo Roadster with NOS and straight pipes. Enjoy!
Chasing the Gumball 3000 NYC 2010
I went out with my friend in his 997 turbo to rendezvous with the cars on the Gumball
3000. We decided to hang with the Lamborghini LP670 SV owned by Jon Olsson
along with a few others on the drive into New York City and to the finish
line. Leave a comment and let me know what you think! Also feel free to
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Ford GT spinning tires
I shot this video of a Lamborghini LP560 and Ford GT in Beverly Hills late
one night in 2009. The Ford GT floored it in 1st gear and spun the tires!
Alfa Romeo 8C FAIL
With the cold temperatures and icy pavement this Italian beauty seems to be
having some traction issues! The car stalled first then lost traction on
the black ice. The Exhaust note seems
to make up for all of that though. Enjoy! :)
Paul Walker Visits Famous Nissan Skyline GT-R Tuner Mine's in Japan
Watch more videos on the Nissan GT-R
GTChannel was there when actor Paul Walker of Fast and Furious 6 visited
Mine's Motorsports in Japan. Tarzan Yamada was there to give ride alongs in
the GT-R but ended up...
Ferrari F1/89 LOUD V12 F1 SOUND ex-Gerhard Berger
I've filmed this loud Ferrari F1/89 at the Corse Clienti 2012 in Spa
Francorchamps. This F1 was driven by Gerhard Berger in the 1989 Formule 1
season. It's a 3.5L V12 producing 600 HP at 12500 rpm. Topspeed of 310 kph
and a power-to-weight ratio of only 0.8kg/hp!
You can hear this F1-89 revving the4 engine, starting the engine in the
pitbox area, leaving the pitlane and doing a couple of LOUD drive-by's in
the La Source and Eau Rouge curve. It sounds epic, this is how Formule One
cars should sound...real V12 SOUND!
Cops Chase Ford GT
Police chase a Ford GT through traffic. Partial scene from the dvd "Super
Speeders 3 - On the Run". Available for rental or download on Amazon VOD or
for purchase at
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6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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Bugatti Veyron - How its Made
Documentary and Science behind one of the most exclusive cars on the planet
With its 16-cylinder four-wheel drive, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 may well be the most
sophisticated production vehicle of all times.
Best flight simulator ever
The concept from Mercedes-Benz.
2009 Ferrari 430 Scuderia--Video Test Drive with Chris Moran
Ferrari 430 Scuderia-- Video Test Drive and Walk Around Presentation Review
with Chris Moran.
The great thing about the 430 Scuderia—a faster, lighter, and even more compelling
version of the F430—is that Ferrari didn't have to make it. Automakers
create new versions of their existing models to stimulate sales, but with
North American waiting lists at two years for the F430, Ferrari didn't need
to drum up showroom traffic.
Ferrari people say the primary reason for building the Scuderia is that it
showcases the company's racing technology in a street car. Another reason
is that, historically, Ferrari has built more extreme versions of its
entry-level sports car, going back to the F355 Challenge in 1995. And
Lamborghini, its northern-Italian rival, has just introduced the Gallardo
Superleggera, while Porsche, its perennial competitor, is continually
making go-faster versions of the
Whatever the reason, enthusiasts who have well-padded bank accounts should
rejoice, because the 430 Scuderia is a stunning vehicle. The engine in the
F430 is a wondrous device, a snarling 4.3-liter V-8 that makes 483 horsepower. The Scuderia
gets an additional 20 horsepower and an engine
sound that's so loud and enticing it causes occupants to giggle in delight.
The extra power and noise come from a revised intake manifold, a
freer-flowing Exhaust, and a slightly
higher compression ratio (up from 11.3:1 to 11.9:1), among other changes.
The F1 automated manual transmission is upgraded, too, with revised
software to effect neck-wrenchingly quick shifts. Ferrari says the interval
has gone from 150 milliseconds on the F430 to just 60, close to the times
that its Formula 1 cars were doing a couple of years ago. Like the F430,
the Scuderia has an electronically actuated clutch-pack-type differential
that now works in harness with Ferrari's latest traction-control system,
F1-Trac. Carbon-ceramic composite brakes are standard, with front rotors
that are 15.7 inches in diameter (up 0.7 inch over the F430's).
Further electronic trickery includes a refinement of the F430's so-called
manettino, a rotary dial on the steering wheel that allows the driver to
choose a number of regimes for the stability- and traction-control systems,
gearshift speed, and shock setup. There's a new position that turns off the
traction control but retains the stability system, replacing the "ice" mode
of the F430. On the F430, the shocks are set at their firmest in the more
extreme, track-oriented manettino settings, but the 430 Scuderia allows the
driver to soften the shocks in these racier situations.
By a variety of measures, including the liberal use of carbon fiber, a
Lexan rear window, and titanium springs and wheel nuts, Ferrari says it has
trimmed 221 pounds off the F430, producing a curb weight of about 3150
pounds. It is claimed that the Scuderia shaves 0.4 second off the F430's
0-to-62-mph time of four seconds flat and that the car laps Ferrari's
Fiorano test track as fast as an Enzo.