Flash Engineering test: Volvo 940 rally vs BMW 320d
Flash Engineering has performed an extremely scientific test between a bog standard BMW 320d and a Volvo 940 rally car. Hosts and STCC champions Jan "Flash" Nilsson and Thed Björk tested the cars thoroughly to provide you with the as much information as possible.
If you ever wondered what to choose between the both, that is...
Fifth Gear - BMW vs Volvo crash
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Extreme Volvo Rallying 2013
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Kenny Bräck scares Jan "Flash" Nilsson in WRC Toyota
This video features the horror ride that legendary Swedish racer Jan
"Flash" Nilsson endured with his long time "friend" and Indy 500 winner
Kenny Bräck. The two were driving the Olsbergs owned Toyota Corolla WRC,
the very same car that Carlos Sainz drove in the WRC.
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1998 Volvo 940LT
Full tour of this MINT condition 940. Follow me on Facebook and twitter!
More Volvo 960 wagon donuts
Decided to roast my old snow tires before getting my new ones mounted. Car
is a 1997 Volvo 960 wagon with an M90 manual transmission swap. 850 turbo flywheel and clutch. It also has early 960
cams along with Kaplhenke Racing coilovers front and rear and the rear
muffler has been deleted. Performed on a private and closed road!
Volvo Trucks - A 30 metre and 90 tonne FH16 timber truck in northern Sweden - Driver’s World (E05)
In the forests of northern Sweden we meet Roger Henriksson, a timber truck
driver who participates in the Swedish research project One More Pile. The
aim of the project is to change the Swedish load limit legislation to allow
vehicle combinations of up to 90 tonnes and 30 metres in length instead of
today’s 60 tonnes and 25 metres. Driving with a 50% larger load increases
efficiency and cuts carbon emissions by 20% compared with a traditional
timber vehicle combination.
Watch how Roger handles this unique vehicle combination in his Volvo FH16
from 2013 with a 750 horsepower engine.
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