Subaru BRZ Race Car (GT300)

Photos: http://www.facebook.com/JDM.clips [Race Info] - 2012 Super GT / GT300 class - Result: Rd.2 Fuji Speedway / 9th Position [Team Info] - Car Name: Subaru BRZ R&D Sport - Racing Team: R&D Sport - Engine Tuner: Subaru STI - Vehicle Maintenance: R&D Sport - Drivers: Tetsuya Yamano, Kota Sasaki [Car Info] - Vehicle Model: DBA-ZC6 - Size: 4,530 x 1,920mm (Height unknown) - Wheelbase: 2,630mm - Weight: 1,150kg - Engine Model: EJ20 - Engine Spec: Boxer Inline-4 turbo - Displacement: 1,994cc - Max horsepower: 350ps+ - Max Torque: 45kg-m+ [Official Website] *in Japanese - Subaru Motorsport: http://www.subaru-msm.com/SUPERGT2012/

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Toyota PRIUS Race (Super GT)
Photos: http://www.facebook.com/JDM.clips Yes, it's a hybrid. It uses the stock hybrid system of Toyota Prius, combined with a bigger battery of Prius Alpha (mini-van version of Prius). But all other spec is just crazy... it has a RV8K Formula-Nippon(Japan) engine, mounted somewhere around the rear seat, making this car a MR layout. Toyota Prius fights in the GT300 class in 2012 Super GT. [Race Info] - 2012 Super GT / GT300 class - Result: Rd.2 Fuji Speedway / 6th Position [Team Info] - Car Name: apr HASEPRO PRIUS GT - Racing Team: apr - Engine Tuner: Ogawa Jidosha - Vehicle Maintenance: apr - Drivers: Morio Nitta, Koki Saga [Car Info] - Vehicle Model: ZVW30 - Size: (unknown) - Weight: 1,305kg - Engine Model: RV8K - Engine Spec: V8NA - Engine Layout: MR - Displacement: 3,400cc - Max horsepower: ? - Max Torque: ? [Official Website] *in Japanese - apr Racing: http://www.apr-jp.com/apr_racing/index.html





SUBARU BRZ GT300
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Stock FRS vs Supercharged BRZ
The GT86 platform is everywhere these days, but we still remember when it was brand new, and the excitement it brought to the tuner scene. In this entry of Gears and Gasoline, we compare a stock example of the dearly departed Scion FRS with a supercharged version of its sister car, the Subaru BRZ. One is a devoted show car with power and looks aplenty, the other a humble little sports car with a heart of gold, and they both make a strong case for the GT86 platform. Special thanks to Dan and Shane for providing their cars for us to film. Both were a total blast to drive, and this video wouldn’t have happened without you guys. Also a huge shoutout to our buddy Terrill, who spent his whole day helping us shoot. You're the man, dude. Editor’s Note: All the passing shots were filmed on a sparsely populated backroad with good sight-lines and at low speeds. We don’t condone unsafe driving. Be safe. Also, we erroneously referred to the engine in the FRS as the FA20. It is the FA20, but when it's in a Toyota car, it's the 4U-GSE. Music: Too Soon? by M!ngo https://soundcloud.com/jmingo/m-ngo-too-soon https://soundcloud.com/jmingo Persian by Goldy https://soundcloud.com/goldy47 https://soundcloud.com/goldy47/persian Timezones by Niteboi https://soundcloud.com/niteboi6/timezones https://soundcloud.com/niteboi6 Stay! by M!ngo https://soundcloud.com/jmingo/mngo-stay-v https://soundcloud.com/jmingo





Honda HSV-010 RAYBRIG - Honda's next gen. NSX-GT
"Honda Music" is back! This is Honda HSV-010 GT, the successor of NSX-GT. Due to too strong a downforce, the top speed is slightly lower than the rivals such as Nissan GT-R, but it's an ultimate cornering machine ever! And the Exhaust sound is even better than NSX-GT. I miss the old NSX, but now HSV is becoming my new favorite Honda. This video was shot on "Bridgestone Tire Test Day for SuperGT", May 13, 2010 at Sports Land Sugo, Japan. Team Name: Team Kunimitsu Drivers: Takuya Izawa / Naoki Yamamoto [Vehicle Spec] Length x Width x Height: 4.675m x 2.000m x (undisclosed) Wheelbase: 2.700m Vehicle weight: 1,100kg or more Displacement: 3,397 cm3 (3.4L) Maximum output: 500ps (370kW) or more Maximum torque: 40.0kgm (392Nm) or more Tyres: Front 330/40R18, Rear 330/45R17 Suspension system: Double wishbone Configuration: Liquid-cooled, naturally aspirated, longitudinal V8 Transmission shifting method: Ricardo 6-Speed Sequential Manual, Steering Paddle Shifter Steering system mechanism Rack and pinion system with electric power steering Brake type and mechanism Hydraulic ventilated disc system [Honda HSV - official information] Introduction: http://world.honda.com/HSV-010_GT/ Spec: http://world.honda.com/news/2010/c100118HSV-010-GT/ Note: "HSV" stands for Honda Sports Velocity.




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