It's been one of the most highly anticipated cars of 2012 featuring on several magazine covers, winning show awards and generally blowing minds. Steve Loader UNLOAD Commodore belongs to a new category of cars I like to call PRO BURNOUT - It's a burnout machine with a showcar finish.
But Steve being Steve, he couldn't keep it away from the burnout track. He put it on the pad both Friday and Sunday and did spectacular shows both days, but check out the fire after his Sunday skid. Luckily it didn't seem to damage the paint, but it looked pretty bad at the time. Hopefully we'll get to see more of this car on the pad soon.
UNLOAD On Fire Again!
Steve Loader flames up again at Mallala. But unlike some you can tell Steve
is trying to minimise the damage. It flames up, he stops and hope the
flames out out, then gives it another shot. Unfortunately this time it
didn't work and it flamed up every time he got on the gas.
World's Biggest Burnout Fire!
Justen Brown absolutely torches his Holden ute at Mallanats with one of the
biggest fire shows we've seen.
And then he came out in the finals and do it all again.
Scotty's Garage - Top Ten 2012
Here's the Top Ten videos from Scotty's Garage for 2012. These are the top
viewed videos from my channel this year as picked by you guys and girls.
So what's your favourite? And why? Or is there something you reckon that
should have made the list. Let me know in the comments section below.
Summernats 26 Liqui Moly National Burnout Masters Top Ten
So here they are from 10 to 1 - the Liqui Moly National Burnout Masters.
Mick Brasher, Adam Slorach, Gary Myers, Fred Watson, Steve Edsall, Craig
Whiddett, Gary Myers, Billy Seton, Matt Power & Peter Grmusa.
I'll do another video soon showing all 26 Burnout Masters.
Extreme Burnout Fire! NUTTD8 At Springnats 2012
Holy Burnout Flames Batman! Check out the carnage caused by a huge methanol
fire when Jason Rose's VX Commodore sedan decided to ignite the rear tyres
at Springnats 2012. I'd like to say that it was the only fire of the
weekend but it wasn't. Stay tuned for the others, or better yet, subscribe!
ULEGAL Crashes Out Of The Liqui Moly National Burnout Masters
Mad Mick Brasher is a risk taker, there's no doubt about that. Sometimes it
pays off, sometimes it doesn't. Mick went into a series of his trademark
startline donuts but ended up getting caught in the smoke and giving the
wall a solid tap. Unfortunately this killed any chances of a top three
finish and Mick was awarded tenth place in the finals. It's a real shame
because the car looks amazing with the new paint and intake set-up.
Hopefully we'll see him at Kandos - no doubt it'll have a new paint job. :)
Summernats 23 - Burnout Fail!
We see plenty of good burnout at Summernats every year, what about the ones
that aren't so good?
More often than not the crowd or judges will ask them to move on, or some
of them get the hint themselves. No doubt they'll all be back next year
bigger and better.
2000hp Torana Wins Horsepower Heroes
Jake Edwards goes back to back at Summernats 26 with another win in horsepower Heroes with
1666rwhp (and equates to over 2000hp at the flywheel). The car runs a 496ci
big block with a massive 106mm Garrett turbo with EFI and methanol. It has run 7.88 at
179mph on the quarter, so it's not just a Dyno queen.
Check out how much Exhaust energy it
produces at the end of the video where it blew my second camera over even
though it was at least 8 feet away.
FEAR Monaro at Summernats 26
We've been waiting to see this for years, but finally FEAR comes to
Summernats and the Liqui Moly National Burnout Masters. Fred Watson Monaro
sounds amazing and he covered most of the pad, but obviously the Summernats
judges saw something we didn't because Fred only scored seventh with this
UNLOAD Flames Up Again at NSW Pro Burnouts
When you see just how nice Steve Loaders UNLOAD is then it's hard to
believe he actually does burnouts with it. But not only does he do
burnouts, he also seems to set it alight pretty regularly. I think the
score is three out of four so far.
UNLOAD Drops a Load of Smoke On Motorvation
I love the lighting at the Perth Motorplex. Most tracks have shit lighting
but Perth is awesome which means you get to see cars like Stev Loader's
UNLOAD in all their glory. The only problem was that he made so much smoke
you couldn't see him half the time, but that's burnouts for you. :)
UNLOAD Flames Up AGAIN at Mallanats.
I think Steve is running at about 60% these days. That is, he catches fire
with UNLOAD about 60% of the time. He's been lucky so far to not damage it
too badly though and it's amazing to watch this machine in action..