Wild Racing Action - 2013 June Sprints - Spec Racer Ford
Follow the Craftlogic Racing Spec Racer Ford piloted by Denny Stripling
through a crazy race including a botched start, a lap 1 wreck, a run from
13th to 1st, and some last lap chicanery (contact) costing me a shot at the
win. Never a dull moment at Road America with SRF's!
Make sure you watch in 1080p on the largest screen possible. Enjoy!
Porsche Carrera Cup Sugo 2009 - Chasecam
Akira Mizutani starting from 5th position in the PCCJ Sugo round. Edited
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How To Drive Your Tires To Go Fast - /SHAKEDOWN University
Leo Parente and ShakeDown talk about the starting-point skills, techniques,
and feelings you need to get maximum performance from your tires. And
surprising to some, the lesson of this ShakeDown University suggests the
same approach works for racing tires AND street tires.
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is bad. Plus, we share more Pirelli F1 tire information.
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R1 Go Kart Passes a Cop
COOL INFO: Kart was bought for $5,000 plus shipping. It has had several
owners. Previous owner from Georgia owned kart for literally two weeks then
re-listed on eBay citing it was the most ridiculous thing he'd ever driven
and there weren't many places to use it. Originally this kart had 6 wheels
(google images R1 go kart). It was drag raced and crashed due to the front
wheels coming off the ground. One owner told the story of trying to get
the major tire manufacturers to produce a tire that would allow the kart to
attempt to go over 200mph and not blow up (find video below in description
of tire blowing up with speedo reading 181mph). 150mph or higher is
reached in fourth gear, there are six gears :). Kart has been sold and the
new owner is putting paddle shifters and other goodies on it. The local
police have had two driver suspects. Both suspects have been
harassed/threatened by police. They think they know who the driver was,
they're wrong. He still remains a mystery.
You DO NOT have my permission to re-upload my "R1 Go Kart Passes A Cop"
without my written permission. I have already filed copyright infringement
claims against 5 channels for re-uploading my video for financial gain.
This is a one of a kind custom frame built specifically for this engine.
One of the previous owners told me the gentlemen that bought it from him
had it up to 170-181mph. This kart is wicked.
WATCH TILL THE END, A POLICE CAR PASSES IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION!! If your
impatient to watch 10 minutes of video, skip to 7:50 and watch till the end
for the best part.
2005 Yamaha R1 Sport Bike engine in a Beisse Shifter Kart. Around 180 HP,
weighs about 220lbs. Previous owner had Kart up to 181 mph before a tire
blew out. Using GoPro Hero High Def camera with adhesive mount.
NOTE: The rear tires are worn out so the driver didn't do anything to
crazy. The ending was edited out to protect the driver.
Location: Northern Michigan
Here are a couple videos of the previous owner; where the speedo read
181mph and spun out.
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iRacing.com Daytona 2.4 2012 full race cockpit movie
*It seems no annotations for mobile devices. check this vid on PC*
**Click "Show more" for check my PC/Rigs specs etc.**
This is 2012 iRacing.com Daytona 2.4 cockpit movie of full race, start to
finish 2 hours 48 minutes, that was nice event and nice race and there were
nice respectful drivers.
I race with DP on split 14, start from grid 20, drop down to P24 after lap
1 and I had 6 off-track incidents in this race but I managed my race and
finish P4. My best lap was last lap and that was 1:39.918. P2 and P3 cars
were 3-4 seconds front of me.
If you like this video, please subscribe and check my newer videos! :-)
Z1SimWheel.com LCD Box (dash panel you see over the steering rim) helps me,
it tells me how many laps to go and fuel.
GiddyUp Pedal system also help me a lot for stable driving but it has hard
stiff brake pedal and my left knee was painful! :D
-Logitech G25 steering wheel controller
-Logitech MOMO Force steering wheel rim on G25 (for more thick section
size. connected only 2 buttons and paddles) *just screw them since they
have same PCD
-Z1SimWheel.com LCD Box w/Touch Panel mounted on G25 body
-GiddyUp FP1 Pedal system
-TCRJAPAN shift knob for G25 shifter (sequential mode)
-self made Ex-Switch box
-self made aluminum frame cockpit
-very cheap bucket seat
-ASRock 990FX Extreme4
-AMD Phenom II X6 1100T BE, turbo off
-Zalman CNPS9900 MAX
-Radeon HD4890 + Radeon HD5450, PCIEx16+x16
-19" + 22" + 19" monitors
--1280x1024 + 1650x1050 + 1280x1024 for desktop
--1024x768 + 1440x900 + 1024x768 for SoftTH 1.09
-Windows 7 x64 Enterprise
-Creative HS-1000 USB headset.
iRacing graphics options are almost full.
render.ini [Graphics Options] ProceduralHeadlights=1
3 monitors width are about 120cm and distance from my eye is about 75cm and
set FOV about 80.
virtual mirror on for DP because I can't see right mirror on this FOV.
app.ini [Replay] spoolingEnabled=1 ... Don't forget this for the long
I race under capturing with FRAPS 29.97 fps so this time iRacing stacked 29
fps but its not problem for me because it did not stuck.
start from grid 20, there were some amuck cars...
L1 1:55.016 P24
L2 1:45.960 P20
L3 1:44.120 P17
L4 1:43.690 P14
L5 1:42.546 P13
L6 1:48.288 P13
L7 1:42.231 P13
L8 1:42.940 P13
L9 1:43.010 P12
L10 1:42.867 P10
L11 1:56.568 P13 (off the racing lane - no incident)
L12 1:43.662 P12 off track
L13 1:42.120 P12
L14 1:42.138 P12
L15 1:41.584 P12
L16 1:42.471 P12
L17 1:43.108 P10
L18 1:43.123 P10
L19 1:42.609 P9
L20 1:42.490 P9
L21 1:44.960 P9
L22 1:42.445 P9
L23 1:43.078 P9
L24 1:42.517 P9
L25 1:43.821 P7
L26 1:43.125 P7
L27 1:41.421 P7
L28 1:42.178 P7
L29 1:41.485 P7
L30 1:42.018 P7
L31 1:50.671 P7
L32 2:19.469 P11 pitted
L33 1:41.447 P11
L34 1:43.551 P11
L35 1:46.556 P10 off track
L36 1:41.785 P9
L37 1:40.823 P9
L38 1:42.927 P8
L39 1:43.076 P7
L40 1:41.857 P6 off track
L41 1:41.621 P6
L42 1:41.232 P6
L43 1:41.111 P6
L44 1:41.682 P5
L45 1:43.825 P5 off track
L46 1:41.261 P5
L47 1:41.784 P5
L48 1:42.930 P5
L49 1:41.687 P5
L50 1:42.150 P5
L51 1:41.358 P5
L52 1:41.970 P5
L53 1:41.927 P5
L54 1:43.754 P5
L55 1:42.634 P5
L56 1:41.100 P5
L57 1:43.551 P5
L58 1:41.252 P5
L59 1:44.389 P4
L60 1:42.548 P4
L61 1:40.922 P4
L62 1:50.720 P5
L63 2:22.057 P8 pitted
L64 1:41.662 P8
L65 1:42.329 P8
L66 1:41.865 P8
L67 1:41.474 P8
L68 1:41.017 P7 off track
L69 1:42.415 P7
L70 1:42.139 P6
L71 1:41.384 P6
L72 1:40.635 P5
L73 1:41.772 P5
L74 1:44.076 P4
L75 1:41.316 P4
L76 1:44.430 P4
L77 1:42.294 P4
L78 1:40.679 P4
L79 1:41.605 P4
L80 1:41.295 P4
L81 1:40.346 P4
L82 1:41.378 P4
L83 1:40.150 P4
L84 1:40.830 P4
L85 1:40.396 P4
L86 1:41.462 P4
L87 1:41.157 P4
L88 1:41.438 P4
L89 1:43.721 P4 off track + cut penalty = slowing down
L90 1:40.223 P4
L91 1:41.986 P4 get close to podium runners again
L92 1:41.504 P4
L93 1:39.918 P4 fastest lap
I pushed last stage and I could see the podium finishers but I could not
catch them. but this was very nice race! enjoyed!
more to add: look at right bottom of center monitor. it shows, from above,
3 drivers forward of me, me(yellow), and 3 drivers backward of me on the
track. blue colored drivers are lapped down by me, red colored driver is
lapped me, and white colored driverd are racing same lap with me. this
shows who i am racing with :)