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4 November, 2006

Vroom-Vroom

Racing on a budget…

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30 August, 2006

Motorsport Video of the Week #2

Second in a series of humorous, interesting or scary motorsport videos I’ve found on the internet. All I’ll say is that trees are hard, but for at least one person involved in this crash it was probably a good thing. You can also view this clip on Google Videos.

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23 August, 2006

Motorsport Video of the Week #1

Approximately every week I’m going to try and find a neat, interesting or just plain scary motorsport video and post it into this site. Some will be from Google and Youtube, and others will be sourced elsewhere. I’ll always give credit where due and if you ever find a video that shouldn’t be here please […]

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12 July, 2006

Loton Park Hillclimb Video, July 2005

I’m afraid that due to issues with recoding some of my videos to this website’s flash player I’ve had to stick with the Google Video system for some videos, at least for the time being. A quick but not really that quick run up the classic Loton Park hillclimb course. It’s a real test of […]

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Aintree Sprint Video, September 2005

I’m afraid that due to issues with recoding some of my videos to this website’s flash player I’ve had to stick with the Google Video system for some videos. In this one I set what, at the time, was up there amongst the fastest times at Aintree for a road going production car under two […]

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Donington Park Trackday Video, November 2005

This one’s with thanks to the Goldtrack Driving Club who I do most of my trackdays with. Towards the end of the day I’d been improving my speed around the circuit when I spied a Ferrari 360 Competizione Stradale ahead, riding slicks, and going well. But I felt that with just that little effort I’d […]

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11 July, 2006

Spinning a BMW Z3 M Coupé at Rockingham

The very first video posting on the new format website – a fine display of what can go wrong when you forget that a full fuel load will affect your car’s handling. I also learned that my reaction to narrowly missed disaster is to laugh about it….

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