Holden screamer V8 turbo Kingswood - POP666
Harry's big block Chevy V8 powered Holden HQ Kingswood hits the black-top
for the very first time. Driven to and from the track the car is Boosted by a Garrett GT47/88mm turbocharger and Tunnel Vision Haltech EFI fuel
system (98 octane petrol). Only on low Boost, the HQ sedan still needs some
suspension and gearing changes before more power is utilised.
Heathcote Park Raceway, Australia - December 15th 2013.
1983 ATCC R5 Adelaide International Raceway
Full race with some pre race interviews. (Race start about 11.11 mins) This
was a brilliant round with action a plenty, including a incredible close
finish, a must watch. Love the old Group C's.
The 1983 Australian Touring Car Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor
racing title for drivers of Group C Touring Cars.
Motor racing is an international language.
 The title, which was the 24th Australian Touring Car Championship,
was contested over a series which began on 6 February 1983 at Calder Park
Raceway and ended on 19 June at Lakeside International Raceway after eight
The championship was won by Allan Moffat, his fourth Australian Touring Car
Championship and a first for Mazda, who were helping to fund Moffat's team
and it was also the first ATCC win for a Japanese manufacturer. Moffat
himself dominated the racing, taking four out of the eight race wins, but a
beneficial points structure for smaller capacity cars allowed George Fury
(driving a turbocharged version of the
Nissan Bluebird) to push Moffat all the way to the title, despite not
actually winning a race. Peter Brock (Holden Commodore) finished third in
Moffat, Brock and Allan Grice (who won 2 rounds) were the only race winners
in the 1983 ATCC. Defending champion Dick Johnson battled season long with
an ill-handling Ford XE Falcon and could only manage two 3rd placings at
both Sandown and Barbagallo to finish a disappointing 6th in the
championship, 94 points behind Moffat.
The Making of the Triple Eight: Project Sandman Tribute Edition Holden V8 Supercar
The Triple Eight Project Sandman Tribute Edition is the product of the
combination of one idea, an Australian motoring icon, six months of blood,
sweat and tears and one V8 Supercar team.
Born out of the Triple Eight Race Engineering stable in Brisbane,
Australia, the vehicle is a one-off concept with a twist. With equal parts
tribute and racing technology, the Triple Eight Project Sandman Tribute
Edition is a two-seater, 700HP beast, with more power, straight-line speed
and technology than your standard V8 Supercar.
Taking influence from the pinnacles of modern motorsport, Project Sandman
uses an F1-inspired paddle shift gear box and fly by wire throttle system
ensuring that the vehicle continues to push the boundaries of Australia's
premier motorsports category, V8 Supercars. Project Sandman is capable of
reaching speeds of over 300km/h while maintaining the pure thrill and
adrenaline rush of a Red Bull Racing Australia V8 Supercar.
For more from Red Bull Racing Australia, head to redbullracingaustralia.com
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Restoration Repairs HQ Holden Ute
This HQ Holden Ute will be returned to a restored condition, in this the
first video we will be covering body repairs and primer work on the body of
Learn how to Spray Paint & Panel Beat like a Pro by following this step by
step guide to Automotive Refinishing.
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727ci Holden HSV - 1200+ hp
From the POWERCRUISE in Houston, TX - There aren't too many street cars
you're going to find in the world with over 500 cubic inches under the
hood, our friend Gup, From Australia (and originator/owner of Powercruise)
owns this insane Holden HSV witha 727ci motor in it! The car was being
broken in so it wasn't at full power... and as you'll notice, the way these
guys like to play, spinning is just part of the game!