55 miatas in 12 minutes - sebring 2011
driving a 350z touring car, started behind all 55 miatas at anSCCA national
. I have nothing to be proud of for beating them, but I am proud of some
of the crazy moves, patience at times, passes for most without affecting
their race, and all without a scratch on my car. Well, ok I must admit I
dragged the underside of my car on a few curbs....
Sebring 2011 - SCCA Touring 2 Sunday Race
Race Group 6 (GT1, GT2, GT3, AS, T1, T2)
1. Brian Kleeman (Blue 350Z - camera car)
2. Richard Baldwin (Silver 350Z)
3. Bill Steinhoff (Orange 350Z)
4. Alan Kossof (White BMW)
2012 BMW Z4 28i review
Road and track testing of the 2012 BMW Z4 28i by Motorweek. The new math:
sometimes take away 2 equals greater than.
Mike Skeen: 2010 SCCA Pro Trans-Am at Road America
Here is the start and opening laps of the Road America Trans-Am race as
seen by the #81 Agee Racing Corvette driven by Mike Skeen. After getting
pushed wide in turn 1 and dropping back to fifth, watch as we try to get
back to the front. GoPro HD camera.
Bypassing Neutral Safety Switch, Chrysler sebring 2000
How I bypassed my NSS.
NOTE: Connect EITHER Black/blue OR black/white to the switch. Don't connect
them both. Connect the other side of the switch to a wire leading to a
Connecting bla/blu to bl/wh won't have any results. I made a mistake so I
had to rewire it, however forgot to redo the video until it was already
1) Remove wiring harness attached to tranny. (there's 4 connections: 2
accessible from top, 2 from under your car.)
2) Splice either Black/blue wire, or black/white wire, on the 10 pin (it
has space for 10 pins, but there's actually only 9 pins...) connector which
attaches to your NSS.
3) Attach spade connectors to wire, and attach them to the same side of the
4) Attach other side of switch to a wire which leads to ground. I used 16
ga wire, and attached it by the negative battery terminal to the frame.
5) Re-install harness.
6) Test if bypass works by flipping switch to "on" and trying to start your
car in any gear other than park or neutral.