Spoon S2000 Race Car - Part 1

Photos: https://www.facebook.com/JDM.clips Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rddVOOjkAJM Spoon had used blue/yellow color on their race cars for 25 years. But starting from 2012 season, they had decided to change this tradition - which means we'll never see their S2000, NSX or any other Hondas looking like this. The car in this video is 2012 Spoon S2000 Race Car at Fuji Speedway, shot on the day the team had performed all of their pre-testing menu 2 weeks before their first race in 2012. It was the last day we can see the "traditional Spoon color" on race track. - - - - - Filmed on: March 10, 2012 Place: Fuji Speedway, Japan Car: Honda S2000 (AP1) Race Category: Super Taikyu (Endurance) Race Class: ST-4 Team: Team Spoon Drivers (2012): Taketoshi Matsui, Yasunori Nakajima, Tatsuru Ichishima - - - - - *Below is year '00 spec. Max horsepower: 315ps/11,000rpm Max Torque: 21.50kgfm/9,600rpm Size: 4,135 x 1,780 x 1,200mm Weight: 1,050kg - - - - - Spoon Sports website: http://www.spoon.jp Super Taikyu (Endurance) Series: http://supertaikyu.com

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Spoon S2000 Race Car - Part 2
Photos: https://www.facebook.com/JDM.clips Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7UYQKnpmXI Spoon had used blue/yellow color on their race cars for 25 years. But starting from 2012 season, they had decided to change this tradition - which means we'll never see their S2000, NSX or any other Hondas looking like this. The car in this video is 2012 Spoon S2000 Race Car at Fuji Speedway, shot on the day the team had performed all of their pre-testing menu 2 weeks before their first race in 2012. It was the last day we can see the "traditional Spoon color" on race track. - - - - - Filmed on: March 10, 2012 Place: Fuji Speedway, Japan Car: Honda S2000 (AP1) Race Category: Super Taikyu (Endurance) Race Class: ST-4 Team: Team Spoon Drivers (2012): Taketoshi Matsui, Yasunori Nakajima, Tatsuru Ichishima - - - - - *Below is year '00 spec. Max horsepower: 315ps/11,000rpm Max Torque: 21.50kgfm/9,600rpm Size: 4,135 x 1,780 x 1,200mm Weight: 1,050kg - - - - - Spoon Sports website: http://www.spoon.jp Super Taikyu (Endurance) Series: http://supertaikyu.com *Music and Artist: phasenwandler / Title: In Peace





MUGEN S2000 (無限)
Photos: http://www.facebook.com/JDM.clips Mugen giving everyone a test ride on their completely tuned S2000. The driver was Naoki Yamamoto, a young 22 year old race car driver. He drives Raybrig HSV in SuperGT and a fomula car in Japanese F3000 series, both cars fully sponsored by Mugen. [Date & Place] - May 8th, 2011 - Fuji Speedway Short Course [Original Car Information] - Base: Honda S2000 Type V (AP2, Year 2006 Model) - Size: 4,135 x 1,750 x 1,285mm - Wheelbase: 2,400mm - Weight: 1,250kg or less - Engine: 2.2L (F22C) - Max HP: 242ps+/7,800rpm *JDM Spec - Max Torque: 22.5kg-m+/6,500-7,500rpm - Transmission: 6MT - Tires: Bridgestone Potenza RE-11 (Fr.215/45R17 Rr.245/40R17) [Mugen S2000 Product Website] *in Japanese. - 2004 model: http://www.mugen-power.com/automobile/archive/s2000/ - 2006 model: http://www.mugen-power.com/automobile/archive/s20002nd/





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SPOON S2000 Race Car
[Story] One of the most popular endurance races Spoon joins every summer was canceled in 2009 due to economic crisis. But J's Racing, a good competitor to Spoon Sports, asked if Spoon was interested in trying another endurance race in Malaysia that summer. The Malaysian race car regulation was quite different from that of Japanese. In general, the Malaysian regulation required cars to keep more of the original condition. So taking the appearance of the car for instance, carefully looking at this S2000, you can see it doesn't have any of those Spoon bodykits. To go by the regulation, Spoon had to choose a Japanese stock Type S (CR in US) bodykit instead, which includes large front lips and rear wings. And the carbon fiber roof is by Mugen. And how did the race go? After 50 laps Spoon S2000 stopped due to gas shortage... and J's Racing, winner of previous year in the race, ended up in runners up. On 2010, Spoon is not trying for the same Malaysian race. But they had built another S2000 race car that goes by the Japanese endurance race car regulations. Needless to say, that car has most of the Spoon products equipped. So that is why this S2000 Malaysian race version is kept in the showroom today. - - - - - Car: Honda S2000 (AP1) Team Name: Team Spoon Drivers: T.Ichishima / N.Hattori / H.Yoshida - - - - - Race Name: 2009 Merdeka Millennium Endurance Race Race Track: Sepang Circuit, Malaysia - - - - - Official Race Result: http://www.malaysiangp.com.my/story/mmer-2009-mmer-race-results - - - - - Spoon Sports website: http://www.spoon.jp




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