MR2 Brands Hatch 2010 - Best Race Ever
Alex is starting on pole for the final race of the 2010 Mk1 MR2 Racing
series, in what turns out to be the most exciting race yet with crashes,
spins and slides on the wet Brands Hatch Indy circuit.
To win the 'Driver of the Year' title, Alex needs to finish somewhere in
the top 15 drivers. He gets a poor start and drops down to third place, but
watch as things go from bad to worse at the second corner.
Alex manages to keep it out of the gravel at Druids but has to wait for the
whole field to pass before he finally rejoins in 30th place. He is then on
a mission to make his way up the field as quickly as possible.
As if things could then get any worse, 3 laps in exiting Druids a car in
front spins and collects another one, blocking the track and leaving Alex
with pretty much no escape.
Thankfully, the MR2 still seems fine to drive, so Alex pushes on making up
for lost time and places.
In the end, after 15 laps, he manages to make up a total of 26 places,
finishing 4th overall, meaning he had done more than enough to take the
The best race yet!
MR2 TURBO VS EG HATCH WITH B18C5
11 sec T78 powered MR2 on ET streets -VS- EG hatch with ITR motor, Toda C
Cams, Traction bars and BFGS Best ET=12.6 @104. MR2 Had full interior, A/C
& Power steering. The hatch was semi gutted with No A/C or PS.
The MR2 would pull a best of 0-60 in 3.4 seconds on the streets while
spinning a bit in 1st
370 hp MR2 vs 650 hp Viper
Who do you think will win?
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toyota mr2 vs bmw 320
1/4 mile at crail raceway (max power day)posted on behalf of the mr2 owner.
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Toyota MR2 Huge Wheelie at Santa Pod
www.santapod.com Roy Ashby does a huge wheelie in his HKS Street Class
Toyota MR2. This was during the Rotorstock 6 event at Santa Pod Raceway.
Slow motion Video Courtesy of Ian Blackett of Blackett Photography