Danny Smith's SOLID C10 Chev pick-up during it's qualifying burnout at Springnats 2005.
As you'll no doubt notice a second camera was attached inside the engine bay providing the second camera view. It's a unique angle that we thought was worth trying.
Gary Myers Partytime
Last year I was invited to a "Shed Party" at an undisclosed location. I got
some fantastic footage - here's one excerp of that footage Burnout Champion
of the World Gary Myers cutting loose.
Remember to rate it if you like it.
Summernats 23 - Burnout Masters SOLID C10 pickup
Danny Smith's SOLID has been given a major overhaul and it looks fantastic
now. He's always pulled strong burnouts but this skid was looking truely
awesome before it backfired through the carbs. Not letting that stop him,
he fired the trcuk up again and ran it until the radiator hose exploded.
FATOOR - Blown HQ at Revfest
Shane Feltham at Wagga's Revfest with his blown big block powered HQ sedan.
Keep an eye on the end when Shane actually drives over a haybale and the
car sets the hay alight.
World's Biggest Burnout Fire!
Justen Brown absolutely torches his Holden ute at Mallanats with one of the
biggest fire shows we've seen.
And then he came out in the finals and do it all again.
Summernats23 - CMEFRY goes up in flames
Can you imagine a more Apt numberplate for this car? CMEFRY (See Me Fry)
goes up in flames at the end of a massive smokefest. Grab the next issue of
Street Machine magazine to see some amazing pictures by Adam Morrissey from
Going Mentle - Extremely Close Call
Mentle at Easternats. This Camaro is Mentle by name and
Mental by nature. Milan Dokic almost lost it big time during this go to
whoa run at Easternats a few years back. Luckily he kept it off the wall
and delivered a smoking victory donut to celebrate.
Crazy Camaro Burnout
I filmed this Camaro at
Melbourne's Easternats a few years back. One of the most awesome burnouts
I've ever seen. Turn the volume up for this one.
And don't forget to rate it.
Turbo V8 Van Crash at Heathcote Raceway
When Powerskids go wrong they go wrong very quickly, as the driver of this
eight-second turbo V8 van found out.
With the walls of the dragstrip leaving no room for error it didn't take
much for this van to get out of shape. Luckily the damage wasn't too bad
and the van was able to drive from the track under it's own power.