Porsche 928 V F1 Car V Ford Sierra Drag Race Lauda Hunt Watson - 2013 CCTV Car TV HD

CCTV - Car Commercial TV HD Cool Car Commercials Sexy, Hot, Funny, Banned Car Commercials Subscribe 4 More CCTV fun.... The Porsche 928 was a sports-GT car sold by Porsche AG of Germany from 1978 to 1995. Originally intended to replace the company's iconic 911, the 928 attempted to combine the power, poise, and handling of a sports car with the refinement, comfort, and equipment of a luxury sedan to create what some Porsche executives thought would be a vehicle with wider appeal than the compact, quirky and sometimes difficult 911. Since its inception in 1949, Porsche has manufactured only six front-engined models, four of which were coupes, including the 928. The car has the distinction of being the company's only coupe powered by a front-mounted V8 engine, and the company's first mass-produced V8 powered model. During 1983 the 928S was the fastest car sold in North America, with a top speed of 146 mph (235 km/h) The Porsche 942 was a special edition 928 presented by the company as a gift to Ferry Porsche on his 75th birthday in 1984. Its also known by name 928-4, 928S.[5] It featured 10 in (254 mm) longer wheelbase than normal 928 production model, including an extended roof above the rear seats to better accommodate tall passengers, at the time very advanced projector headlights, the 5 liter 32-valve engine before it was introduced in US market, and S4 front and rear bumpers two years before they entered production. "Study H50" Four-door 928 based prototype Three years later, in 1987, the lengthened 928 that had been presented to the company's founder on his 75th birthday turned up as a "Feasibility Study", now with a second (rather narrow) set of doors, apparently opening in the same way as the doors on the twenty-first century Mazda RX-8.[6] At the time "Study H50" appeared to sink with little trace, but two decades later, with the launch of the larger four-door Porsche Panamera, the 928 based four-door prototype from 1987 acquired greater significance. In some automotive magazines and web sites, such as Road & Track, Car and Driver, and TopSpeed.com, there have been endless rumors about a quite possible rebirth to a classic model that has been set aside, but not forgotten, in the Porsche archives - the 928. It has been reported that Porsche is planning a new sports coupe derived from the 928, and the Panamera. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porsche_928

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New Funny Corvette ZR1 2011 Sebring ALMS Commercial - 2013 CCTV Car TV HD
CCTV - Car Commercial TV HD Cool Car Commercials Sexy, Hot, Funny, Banned Car Commercials Subscribe 4 More CCTV fun.... The Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 (nicknamed "The Blue Devil") is a high performance version of the Chevrolet Corvette C6. Both the C3 from 1969--1971 and C4 Corvettes from 1990-1995 also had ZR-1 models. he Corvette ZR1 engine is a heavily modified version of the LS3 Corvette engine, designated the supercharged LS9 Corvette engine. Producing 638 hp (476 kW; 647 PS) and 604 lbf·ft (819 N·m) of torque, it is the most powerful production Corvette to date. The LS9 has a sixth-generation Eaton TVS R2300 roots 4-lobe Supercharger with Intercoolers from Behr, utilizing an air-to-water, dual-brick design. The Supercharger's four-lobe design offers improved efficiency over three-lobe models. To avoid changes to the hood appearance, the Supercharger's output was split into two halves. Each cylinder bank has an Intercooler. The cylinder walls of the LS3 are thicker than the Z06's LS7 since the LS3 has a smaller bore. Oil squirters under each piston help cool the pistons. Connecting rods and the inlet valve are made of titanium. Heads are made from a special heat resistant aluminum alloy. The camshaft lift was reduced from the LS7's to improve idle quality. With the addition of the Supercharger to the 6.2 liter LS9, the higher lift camshaft was no longer necessary to achieve horsepower targets. Lubrication is provided by an improved version of the LS7's dry sump system. The new system increases oil capacity from 8.0 to 10.5 quarts (9.94 liters). A new dual gerotor oil pump increases scavenge performance and oil pressure, enabling oil to be delivered under the most extreme conditions. The LS7 oilpan is used for the LS9 with the addition of an oil cooler which is mounted on the left side of the pan. With the 2011 model, GM offers the optional "Corvette Engine Build Experience," where the customer visits the General Motors' Performance Build Center to help assemble the LS9 for the ZR1 purchased. Factory technicians supervise the process and the normal warranty covers the engine built by the customer's hands.[1] Transmission[edit] The ZR1 flywheel has been improved over the 2008 Z06. The flywheel was upgraded by going from six to a 9 bolt design and cutting off nearly 9.8 ounces (278 grams) for improved throttle response and acceleration. The ZR1 has a 6-speed manual Tremec TR-6060 transmission with a MH3 gearset, while the 2008 Z06 featured the MM6 gearset. Differential/drive[edit] The differential is a limited slip with carbon and steel plates. The differential uses SAE 5W-80 Dexron LS lubricant. The two half shafts have different diameters (33mm left, 40mm right), designed to prevent resonance during acceleration and reduce the chances of wheel hop. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Corvette_C6_ZR1

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The owner of a 1980 Porsche 928 reflects on his soon to be sold car that he said he would never sell. The 928 is a very special car and it is both under rated and under valued.

Senna Mclaren F1 car vs road car vs sports car
An interesting test around estoril where Ayrton senna driving a 1990 mp4-5b goes up against a normal road car and a Porsche sports car. This video demonstrates the awesome speed of an f1 car and is quite a rare video taken from a McLaren documentary made back in the 1990's. Enjoy !