Track Test: Nissan DeltaWing Driven At Road Atlanta -- /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS

Surely the most interesting and innovative racing car of the past 30 years, the DeltaWing finished 5th at Petit Le Mans. We drove it two days after the race. Engineer Ben Bowlby's interview is compulsory viewing for all racing fans. A day to remember.

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ALMS 2012 - Nissan Deltawing Big Crash During Testing At Road Atlanta
During testing for Petit Le Mans the Nissan DeltaWing crashed with a Porsche GTC car and was forced into a roll. Gunnar Jeannette was behind the wheel at the time of contact with the GTC Porsche. There's been no official word yet from the DeltaWing team or Nissan whether or not the car can be repaired in time for this weekend's race. Thanks for watching and please subscribe, because there is much more to come! Website: Google+: Facebook:

Best Cars Sounds Vol. 5 - Audi S1 Quattro, 917K, Veneno, FXX, F1 V10, C-Elysée WTCC & Many More
⇓⇓Please read the description before commenting!!⇓⇓ You can also find and follow me on: - Flickr: - Facebook: - Google+: - Instagram: This video is a compilation (like the others 5 volumes) I make every time I reach the "100 videos uploaded" goal and they're about MY last 99 uploaded videos. So this "Vol.65" is referred to the best sounding cars you can find on my Youtube channel from the 401st to the 499th video. N.B. If you don't find your beloved Mazda 787B or your McLaren MP4/6 in this video, don't complain. It's just because I haven't filmed them YET! List of the cars in the video: 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 FL2 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione Mercedes C63 AMG F1 Safety Car 2014 Citroen C-Elysée WTCC 2013 Porsche 997 GT3 R 2013 Auto GP Formula car Mazda MX-5 turbo 2013 McLaren MP4-12C GT3 PRC Ford V8 Lancia Beta Monte Carlo turbo Gr. 5 Gumpert Apollo S 700hp Subaru Impreza Ferrari F2002 F1 Car 2013 Audi R8 LMS Ultra Volvo S40 BTCC Opel Vectra V8 GTS DTM Skoda Fabia WRC Audi R18 E-Tron Quattro Audi Sport Quattro S1 2013 Ferrari 458 GT3 Porsche 917 K Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition Ferrari 575 GT1 Toyota Supra single turbo Juno Sport Alfa Romeo V6 Lancia Stratos HF Gr. 4 Radical SR8 RX Lotus Exige GT Cup Subaru Impreza GBD Lamborghini Veneno Ferrari 599xx Evoluzione 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo 2014 Porsche 991 RSR Chrysler 300C SRT-8 Superstars series Aston Martin CC-100 Norma M20 Honda K20 2008 Dallara GP2 Audi A4 DTM Pagani Huayra Volkswagen Polo R WRC BMW Z4 GT3 Lotus Exige V6 Camcorder: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM-100 Microphone Link To My Channel: THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!

F1's Top 7 Indianapolis 500 Interlopers
As we are now only a day from the first running at Monaco in the absence of a certain Spaniard by the name of Mr. Alonso who has developed a predisposition to battle fiercely over twelfth with much furore over team radio only to retire his car with a few laps remaining, I thought it prudent to take a look at some of F1's other drivers from ages past who, whether it be in pursuit of glory or simply the harsh practicalities dictating one's orbit at a given time of life, found themselves competing at Indy, learning the ways of the circuit and how to eke out the steering to a few degrees of angle as against needing to continually chop away so as to rotate the car into those dastardly corners that often feature at European circuits. Though it would be foolish to suggest that Fernando has a sure chance of winning, as cautions, crashes and other unforeseen obstacles can take the race in any direction, it's clear that he has a strong chance of being near the front in the closing laps if he should keep out of undue trouble, something altogether rather less likely to be the case at Monaco due to the high probability of his car's residing in an escape road before long due to a Honda engine component letting go. Beyond the criticisms and the meaningless conjecture, his competing in the race is a nice variation from the contractually bound, single series norm of modern day professional racing to which drivers are pinned, hence I only hope to see Fernando competitive throughout the race, in the hopes that it might facilitate a minor alteration in the approach of teams being more open in letting their drivers compete in differing series. Clearly, his move has only been made possible by Honda's presence as an engine supplier in Indycar, though a flood must first begin with a few slight drops of precipitation, with Fernando having set the rains to falling. Beyond all else, it's nice to have a garish orange car featuring a phenomenally quick F1 driver running at Indy, with a particularly nice feature of the livery being the font of Fernando's name decal on the cockpit head support. But enough of what shall take place in America, because there's also a small event taking place in the quiet principality of Monaco, in the form of the, at which all teams are heaping all manner of winglets and other forms of crude downforce on to their cars, with Williams' treble element T-wing a personal favourite of the Monaco updates, admittedly unlikely to bring substantial lap time gains (though it will be interesting to see if the team can at last shrug off their tendency to perform poorly at Monaco; unfortunately, if their wet weather pace is to be taken as an indicator of their pace running maximum downforce, this seems unlikely). Looking elsewhere down the grid, the entirety of Sauber's upgrade package is now on the car, the most visually apparent aspect being the treble element turning vane echoing that of Mercedes. Of all the teams to mount a mid-season upgrade assault to become more competitive, the last I would have expected was Sauber, in view of their apparent chronic lack of funds and their generally uninspiring designs of the past few seasons. Thankfully 2017 has allowed them to jump to an entirely new concept, with the acquisition of year old Ferrari units perhaps even pushing the design team to work harder on the C36 in an attempt to compensate for any power deficit. It's remarkable to observe the barren declivities from which hope springs, and all indications are that Sauber, in spite of initial impressions from testing, aren't down and out, as might have been feared. If they can get a car to the chequered flag, another top eight finish wouldn't seem out of the question. To the song, I've used a cover of Feeder's 'Just a Day', Feeder being a band that I rarely, if ever, am able to feature for lack of available instrumental covers, which is a great shame in view of the general excellence of the greater majority of their songs (Echo Park being one of very few albums I consider to be imperfectly perfect so far as can be possible in respect of genre, era and other such factors). Where Grant Nicholas might be one for indulging in excessive drinking (I speak in relation to the lyrics of this particular song, as well as various others of his), the underlying message is clear: however bleak things may seem, you have simply to keep on plugging away in the sure belief that things will improve. Perhaps the turnaround only begins with an eighth place at Catalunya, but it's a start. One thing is certain, things weren't any better in the past than they can be in the present, but were simply different, and manifestly not worth dwelling upon.

850hp Electric Racing Car: Driving the Drayson B12/69EV -- /CHRIS HARRIS ON CARS
The batteries only last 10-15 minutes, but when it's running this thing scrambles your brain. Welcome to the future.