Unlimited Hydroplane Powerboat APBA Gold Cup
DtRockstar1 records the 2012 Detroit APBA Gold Cup, featuring the Unlimited
Hydroplane boats during qualifying. These boats use turbine engines with up
to 3,000 horsepower. You'll hear the
turbine engines spooling, as well as high speed passes and rooster tail
turns. This video also features my own self composed music.
The song is "Jumping the Wake," composed entirely by me and I own all the
rights to the music.
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Gas Turbine Boat
Rolls Royce-Allison 250 c-18 mounted on a boat built by www.sinontin.com
60 000 HP "Shockwave" FIRST JET RACE EVER in MI!
A dragrace between the two Shockwave jet trucks at the 131 drag strip in
Produced by Bjørn Michaelsen and DuneTV.com
Jet Boat Racing... Guaranteed Satisfaction!
See what up to 1000 horsepower sounds like from
these whitewater jetboats with their motors blasting through your systems
speakers. Nothing like good old fashion roaring engines. Don't try this at
home. Professional drivers on a closed course.
4 Jet Car Drag Race
Under the definition of "awesome" should be a picture of 4-jet cars racing!
NMRA/NMCA All Star Nationals at ZMax Dragway in Charlotte, NC ended the
night by lighting up ZMax's 4 drag lanes with the fire and the thunder of 4
jet turbine drag cars creating an estimated 24,000 HP on one track! The
Embry Riddle dragster takes off and runs a 5-second quarter.
Martin Stamatis 4.577 329.10 mph (529.63 kmh) drag race
Western Australian Martin Stamatis became the fastest Australian drag racer
at the recent Sydney Summernationals on Saturday February 16 when he
blasted his Fastlane Software Jim Read Racing top fuel dragster to a top
speed of 329.10 mph (529.63 kmh) down the WSID quarter mile.
The fastest speed recorded by an Australian on Aussie soil was previously
held by his team mate, Phil Read who ran 329.02 mph (529.51 kmh) at the
2006 Boxing Day International Top Fuel Challenge.
Although the margin may be minimal to some, for Stamatis the speed was a
great personal achievement for him and his hard working team, and the 4.577
second ET from the run is also now only just behind Phil Read's personal
best of time 4.571 seconds, leaving the entire Read team really pumped.
Stamatis and his team then went on to win the meeting, and are now looking
forward to the next top fuel round due to be held in Sydney on May 2 and 3.