0-210 km/h : Honda S2000 (Motorsport)
Embarquez pour un mille mètres départ arrêté à bord d'une Honda S2000.
Moteur : 4 en ligne
Cylindrée : 1 997 cm3
Puissance maxi : 240 ch à 8 300 tr/mn
Couple maxi : 21,2 mkg à 7 500 tr/mn
Poids : 1 280 kg
1 000 m départ arrêté : 26"7
S2000 MEGA BATTLE - Hot Version International
Go to http://gtchannel.com for more car videos and content. 1st Gen vs 2nd Gen Stock S2K Battle + Tuner S2K Battle featuring Super Taikyu spec Spoon S2000 coupe, J's Racing S2000, and C-KEN S2000. Drivers : Keiichi Tsuchiya, Manabu Orido, Juichi Wakisaka
Top Speed Shootout! - ZR1 vs GT-R vs GT2 vs 599
It's a War of the Worlds, as we gather four of the greatest supercars from around the globe to compete in our Top Speed challenge...
From the USA, the 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
From Japan, the 2009 Nissan GT-R
From Germany, the 2008 Porsche GT2
From Italy, the Ferrari 599 GTB
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S2000 Injen Intake
this is my s2000 with a newly installed Injen cold air intake. sounds nice
2004 Honda S2000 Start Up, Engine, In Depth Tour, and Test Drive
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2004 Honda S2000. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
300 Drift - This is S2000!
Title goes with the theme of the video.
300 - This is Sparta!
This video captured my two attempts at drifting my s2000 through an on ramp. I challenged myself to see if I could drift a full on ramp.
Visualizing and trying it out little by little when ever I was on the ramp. Making sure that I am not over confident, I worked with mini drifts on the ramp here and there during the rainy days until I got a good feel for it. Practicing and seeing it in my head and playing the scene through my mind to build the muscle-memory in my arms so I get a feel for how I need to counter-steer when I'm really drifting for the whole corner.
Why I did it?
I've spend a lot of seat time in my s2000, and as a result I was confident that I would be all right and was willing to take responsibility for a damaged s2000 should I damage it from a mistake. I choose to do it where no cars would be near me while I'm sideways. So I choose to do this out of the sake of learning. I have confidence in my abilities to bail out when necessary and put the car safely to rest. There aren't many places to drift or that allow it, so I choose the on ramp, because I can't find places where I can get the same drifts around here. So the on ramp was a risk on my own part, but not to anyone around me because I made sure no one was around me. It's an on ramp, so there's not much going on besides driving through a one-way curve to merge.
The stage was set; this was my big leap to test myself. I'm still a student at drifting in real life, as I am still learning how to translate what I'm capable of in Gran Turismo drifting into real life drifting.
I have decided to mix this video accordingly to deliver my feeling in the video. Background music, quotes, and movie referenced quotes are used to deliver the same energy and vindication feeling I had during and after this recording.
I thank you for your comments and ratings.
Driven 3rd gear and it's in MPH.