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Mazda RX-8 (2+2s Pt.1) - Everyday Driver
In this first of 3 parts on 2+2 sports cars, the guys take the aging and
often forgotten RX-8 out for blast on mountain roads. How will it fare
against the fresh-faced Hyundai Genesis Coupe, and the luxurious Infiniti
G37S? See more reviews at EverydayDriver.com
Mazda RX-8 Video Review
This is a Top Gear-style review of a Mazda RX-8
I'm a passionate person, I'm passionate about cars, and after a long
history of either excruciatingly boring or terrible cars, last year I
bought a car I'm genuinely passionate about: my 2005 Mazda RX-8. Having
lusted after it since its arrival in 2004, this truly was a dream car that
I can finally call my own.
Inspired by my obsession with Top Gear (the original UK version), my
excitement for my car prompted me to make a video review of it.
Many great thanks to Andrew James and Lorie Rogerson for helping me produce
the film, and to Fred Sherman Lee for lending us the truck that would serve
as a leading car for all the footage!!!!
RX-8 vs. 500 HP BMW M5 at VIR. Mazda RX-8 wins.
Google+ SUCKS. I'm sorry but I can no longer see or respond to comments as
I have blocked Google+. I will not be forced into Google's FAILED and
flatulent social network.
All future videos will be posted on Vimeo.com instead.
Second session on Saturday, June 14, 2008. Finally let me pass after 1-3/4
laps. Both the BMW driver and I are advanced, high-performance driving
The RX-8 is completely stock except for a B&B muffler and Hawk HP Plus pads
on the front. It does not have traction control or stability control.
Tires are original stock street Potenzas. No doubt the M5 is stock too,
and this has more to do with weight than horsepower.
Camera is a Creative Labs Vado cheapcorder stuck to the windshield with a
suction cup cellphone holder. Video was recorded upside-down due to the
mount, and was transcoded to rotate it. Quality suffered.