It was a fun day and even though I had the flu, I was able to get some good shots this year. This is the long version :o)
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39th Annual Duel At De Anza
ps I tried to get as many of you as I could within the time I had to work with. If you dont see your car in this video try looking in the videos I made last year (on my channel)
AE86 Duel at DeAnza Autocross
Duel at DeAnza 2006: 1985 Corolla GT-S on the autocross track for the first
time. Stock suspension, and Toyo RA1's on the front.
I had 1/8th a tank of gas left, and the fuel tank has no baffling, so
that's fuel starvation for you.
Victor Sias's BMW M3 Duel at De Anza Autocross 2006
Victor Sias makes a run in his race modified M3 at the De Anza Autocross of
'06 for a time of 47.205, marking the fastest time for a BMW at the
autocross, and placing well within the top 5 times that day.
Duel at DeAnza
Pretty old footage of Hubert Young in his old GT-R drifting at an
2008 DeAnza Autocross: Porsche 914-6
2008 DeAnza Autocross. 1973 Porsche 914-6. 2.7liter 911 motor, modified
suspension, hoosier tires, Quaife rear end, and much more. Turned a 53.6
(Could have done better. Was off my game.)
39th Annual "Duel at De Anza" (5/18/2008)
Car: 2004 Mazdaspeed Miata
Tires: Bridgestone RE01R (205/45/16)
Class: SM2 (finished 4th of 9)
Split Time: 26.255s
Venue: De Anza College (Cupertino, CA)
I missed a 3rd place in-class finish by about 0.6 seconds and 2nd by only
0.8 seconds, either of which would have given me a trophy... Oh well, at
least the only consolation is that I didn't do too badly for this
competition considering I was not running on R-compound tires. :)
I love the way this event was run, using the old-school auto-x format (1st
lap is practice and the last two are timed). Also, the course was nice and
tight, so it was challenging. I'm surprised that as wild as I was on
course, I didn't hit anything.