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Ferrari at Bonneville 2006
Ferrari F40 goes for a production car land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 2006. One of the few Ferrari's to ever run on the salt in Utah. Photography: Jeff Regan Editor: Mike Sly Shooting Star Video www.ssv.com





230 MPH RX7 crash at Bonneville
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MAZDA RX7 - ROTARY TURBO MONSTERS
BEST of rotary JDM turbo cars, japanese legend - MAZDA RX7. New compilation about RX7 with biggest engine and huge single and twin turbo - amazing drifting, burnouts. Brutal acceleration with 2step, antilag, bov. Loud big rotary engines and Exhaust.





Indian Motorcycle: The Spirit of Munro
Between the years of 1926 and 1961, one man from a small town in New Zealand dreamed of setting a land speed record on a 1920 Indian Scout. In 1962 at the Bonneville salt flats that man's dream finally came true. To honor the past and power the future, Indian Motorcycle built the Spirit of Munro, an all-metal tribute bike which would house the new Thunder Stroke 111™ engine. On May 5, 2013 the bike was run on a dry lake bed in California. A tribute to the great Burt Munro, and a celebration of the Indian Motorcycle that is yet to come. ABOUT THE SPIRIT OF MUNRO: Fully custom-built, the Spirit of Munro is an all-metal tribute to the racers and mechanics throughout history who have collectively built the legacy of record-breaking racing performance and strength that is Indian Motorcycle. The motorcycle is named in honor of Burt Munro's "Munro Special," the historic 1920 Indian Scout that broke the under-1000cc land-speed record in 1967 at the Bonneville Salt Flats as famously portrayed in the motion picture "The World's Fastest Indian." The Spirit of Munro was constructed by Jeb Scolman of Jeb's Metal and Speed in Long Beach, CA. It was designed from the ground up to house the new Thunder Stroke 111™ engine and showcase its awe-inspiring power and performance. See more at http://www.indianmotorcycle.com




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