Cars from the SPEED World Challenge GT flying past at New Jersey Motorsports Park, the Thunderbolt raceway. Pick your favorite. Be careful, the Blue and white GMG Porsche is actually Porsche testing their new 2010 GT3 Cup Car that isn't even out yet. The rear end is wider, and there is only about 5 of them right in the world. This is May 2, 2009 at New Jersey Motorsports Park. In case you were wondering the Viper is far behind because he spun, the #1 Volvo was penalized, but still managed to place second, the first place car being the #2 Volvo S60-R.
Porsche Carrera GT at Track
100TH VIDEO - An amazing Carrera GT stars in my 100th video. The owner was
very nice, the owner actually "drives" his Carrera GT, the right dash is
autographed with many famous Porsche driver's signatures, with one signing
saying " 191 MPH, Thanks!", that shows he hits high speeds. The video shows
me chasing him in, and him parading around the track. The owner was very
nice, started it up, let me sit in it and even watched the Speed World
Challenge GT and Koni challenge races with me. The moment I saw this car at
the gates, I ran about 1/4 a mile to find it at the Porsche Club of America
(PCA) at the Porsche corral, hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Location - New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP), Thunderbolt Raceway
Joey Hand chases Bill Auberlen (E46 M3 Gets Hit by Porsche)
Round #3 Race of the KONI Challenge at New Jersey Motorsports Park. In car
with Joey Hand in the #97 Turner Motorsport BMW E46 M3, running
nose-to-tail with Bill Auberlen in the #96 Turner Motorsport BMW E46 M3,
fighting it out with each other and the Porsche for Position in the front
of the pack. The incident occurring at 1:50 forced Auberlen to pit out with
a flat tire, removing him from podium contention (his co-driver Matt Bell
led the race from the poll for 28 laps). Joey Hand continued on for a
strong finish -- be sure to watch this race on SPEED saturday May 9th at
12:00pm ET. Be sure to set your DVR!
Flybys of Two Beautiful Restored WWII Lockheed P-38 Lightning Fighters !
This video is of two restored WWII Lockheed P-38 Lightnings performing a
flight demonstration at the Camarillo (California) Airshow. The smooth,
beautiful sounds of the Allison V-1710 12-cylinder engines and the graceful
shape of the twin-boom design of the airframes are presented! The
olive-drab color P-38 is owned by the Planes of Fame Museum and the
overall-silver example is owned by Allied Fighters, both based at Chino
Airport, California. Steve Hinton (Planes of Fame) and Jeff Harris (Allied
Fighters) are the pilots.