Apex Alignment Civic racing with FARA Homestead Miami Heavy Rain.
Danny Menendez driving the Apex Alignment #17 Civic in a severe rain race
at Homestead on 4/21/12. Poor visibility and limited traction led to a
small "love tap" with the wall towards the end of the race. Both driver
and car are ok and have resumed racing since. The weather was very bad and
got worse as the race progressed. Notice the fog on the winshield and the
water in the passenger footwell get worse!
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Daytona C6 Z06 PBOC 10-2011 GoPro HD
Best lap times of the day, running Pirelli Trofeo street tires. Big fun
with PBOC , Rebel Rock Racing, and the Crew. See you there again in
December with Hooked on Driving?
Daytona 500 2011 Highlights
Highlights of the great American Race (Daytona 500 2011)
Congrats to Trevor Bayne for the victory.
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compilation Labonte Gordon Caution Yellow Wreck Big One Matt Kenseth Busch
Kyle Montoya Kurt Juan Jimmie Johnson Ambrose Martin Harvick Waltrip Dale
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Grand-AM BMW M3 Rum Bum Racing Dyno Test
Here is a video of the Rum Bum Race team's BMW M3 on the Dyno after winning GRAND AM
Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge at Daytona Speedway. This video does
not really let you know how loud the car is on the Dyno. It left my ear ring
Daytona Double - Rum Bum Wins Season Opening Race
by Matt Cleary
The No. 13 Rum Bum Racing BMW M3 driven by Matt Plumb and Nick Longhi won
the season opening race for the GRAND-AM Continental Sports Car Challenge
at Daytona International Speedway. It was both a dominant and thrilling
performance from the squad that was clearly the team to beat. The result
makes the team two-for-two in Daytona race victories, having won the 2010
running of the event in the team's debut race outing.
Longhi led the two and a half hour race from the pole, but it wasn't long
before he needed to ease up. The first full course caution came only four
laps in, followed by another after only two further laps of green flag
racing. Having fulfilled the required 30 minutes behind the wheel to score
championship points and looking to launch a competitive fuel strategy,
crew chief Joe Varde called him in from the lead for fuel, four tires and a
"I started the race comfortably making sure that I drove cleanly and
smoothly. I was able to open a gap without pushing too hard, but the two
yellows gave away whatever lead I had," said Longhi. "My job was to hand
over a clean race car to Matt with a bit of a margin if possible. We
managed one out of two. But for me I was thinking about the championship
and the big picture so I didn't take any risks, just tried to keep it up
The yellow flags would continue to play a role in Varde's strategy that
would play to the car and driver's strengths of speed balanced with good
fuel economy and tire management.
"We had a quick car and great stops, but the yellows are really how we made
it," echoed Plumb. "Joe's strategy, as always, worked to perfection. If I
could just manage the fuel and tires, then we knew we had a solid chance of
Plumb returned the No.13 to the fray on lap 11 in 28th position. His speed
combined with others needing to make their first pit stops enabled him to
make up lost ground quickly. By lap 26, he had cracked the top-10, and
only four laps later was dicing for the lead. At half distance, the Rum
Bum BMW was back in the lead and thanks to the fuel economy and tire
management strategy, Plumb was able to run a few laps longer while many of
his rivals were heading for the pits and their second stop.
On lap 35, Plumb brought the No. 13 in for a full service from the lead,
returning in seventh place. Immediately after, the third of four caution
periods ensued. Yet again, while others chose to pit for a splash of fuel,
Plumb remained on track.
When the racing resumed, Plumb was in second place and chasing down the
leading BMW M3, finally retaking the point with a strong move into turn 1
on lap 46.
The pair of Turner Motorsports BMWs were the first to apply the pressure,
before the No. 97 car suddenly fell off the pace. Then it was the turn of
the No. 15 Mustang to apply
some pressure, but Plumb was able to manage the gap sufficiently to never
let the Mustang mount a
credible challenge. A final caution period allowed Plumb to cruise to the
finish line to take Rum Bum Racing's fourth series win and third in a row
dating back to the final two races of 2010.
check out their web site at http://rumbumracing.com
Near Motorcycle Crash at 160mph - Kawasaki ZX6R [Multiangle!]
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A 2009 Yamaha R6, 2006 Kawasaki ZX6R, and 2012 Kawasaki ZX6R hit the roads
to explore the limits of their bikes. Some of that appears in this video.
While hitting mid triple digit speeds, one ZX6R approaches the other as it
makes a lane change to make room for the R6.
As the 2012 ZX6R brakes to about 90mph, the 2006 ZX6R approaches at 160mph
with just 100 feet to spare. With a split second reaction, it avoids a
collision by mere inches.
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in or condone this riding on public streets.
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2013 Rolex 24 at Daytona - DP #01 Highlights - Part 1/2
[Part 1 of 2 - Day 1, Saturday Jan/26th First 8 Hours] 2013 Rolex 24 at
Daytona - All the highlights from the Telmex/Target BMW Daytona Prototype
01 of Chip Ganassi Racing driven by Juan Pablo Montoya, Scott Pruett, Memo
Rojas and Charlie Kimball.