Dodge Viper ACR-X: In-Car Video Ultimate Track Car Challenge

The 2010 Dodge Viper ACR-X piloted by Dodge Motorsports driver Kuno Wittmer captured an impressive class victory today at the Ultimate Track Car Challenge presented by Grassroots Motorsports magazine. For much more information from today's event, go to www.grasrootsmotorsports.com

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Arrivals-Leno, Petty, Marchionne. Walter P. Chrysler Legacy Gala
Arrivals and interviews with Jay Leno and Richard Petty at the inaugural Walter P. Chrysler Legacy Gala at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, MI on July 24, 2010. Inductees include Lee Iacocca, Petty, Leno and the late Virgil Exner.





The Very First Dodge Viper revealed & how it got its name
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The new 2013 SRT Viper is the 5th generation of the iconic American sports car. In fact you may not know this but the very first Viper Roadster wasn't even a V-10...it was a V-8. Welcome to TFLcar's Viper week. Over 5 days we'll be featuring a new Viper video every day. Today we continue with a video that profiles the very first Viper Roadster of them all, as well as the new Viper's Chief Powertrain engineer. Why? Because he's one of the few engineers that's been with the Viper program at Dodge since 1989 when the very first Viper Mule was conceived and built. Check out this video to learn about the early days of the Viper and how it got it's name.





Marchionne and Mulally Have a "Moment"
See what happens when Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne compliments Ford CEO Alan Mulally as they honored past Chrysler Chairman Lee Iacocca at the Walter P. Chrysler Legacy Gala at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, MI on 7/24/10.





Highlights-Walter P. Chrysler Legacy Gala
Highlights of induction ceremony for Walter P. Chrysler Legacy Award featuring inductees Lee Iacocca, Jay Leno, Richard Petty and the son of the late Virgil Exner, along with comments from Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne and money shot of Marchionne, Ford CEO Alan Mulally and UAW Pres. Bob King.




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