2012-06 Ferrari Challenge Asia Shanghai Race 2 WET

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A lap in Shanghai with David Tjiptobiantoro
We’re onboard with David Tjiptobiantoro from Indonesia, who brings us on a lap along the 5.451 km long Shanghai International Circuit, home of round 3 of the Ferrari Challenge APAC and of Ferrari Racing Days. Driving his Ferrari 458 Challenge EVO car number 75, David shows us how he maneuvers around the 16-turn track, the layout of which was inspired by the Chinese character “Shang” (上), the first character in the name of the city Shanghai, meaning "above" or "ascend". Saliamo a bordo con il pilota indonesiano David Tjiptobiantoro che ci porta con sé lungo i 5.451 metri dello Shanghai International Circuit, sede del terzo round del Ferrari Challenge APAC e dei Ferrari Racing Days. Al volante della sua Ferrari 458 Challenge EVO numero 75, David ci mostra il suo stile lungo le 16 curve del percorso, un tracciato ispirato dal carattere dell’alfabeto cinese “Shang” (上), il primo di quelli che formano il nome della città di Shanghai e che significa “al di sopra” o “salire”. Subscribe ferrariworld: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ferrariworld Follow us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Ferrari and Twitter http://twitter.com/FerrariRaces

2011-07-24 Ferrari 458 Challenge Shanghai Round 1 Race 2 - Start Crash
rolling start of race 2 in round 1 Shanghai, I start at 4th in class, and Ryu Siwon's crash forces me to avoid reckage and loose position which I later recover to finish the race at 4th.

Ferrari F458 Crash - Laguna Seca - Ferrari Challenge 2012
Wild day at Laguna Seca - Ferrari Challenge! Pretty bad day for Ryan Ockey and his gorgeous F458. Driver's fine. Car's full of gravel. It hurts to see a Ferrari dragged through pea gravel upside down... Slo-mo of the wreck at 7:06

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