Video of the Week #6

If you are into the drift scene then you’ll no doubt have heard of SVA Imports due to their drifting competition entries, if not you may have heard of them through their Japanese car import sales business…

Either way it is worth knowing a bit more about these guys and what they do so take a look here to see the amount of passion that goes into one of their project cars.

Video of the Week #4

This week it is another touge battle – this time between two cars, the Nissan Silvia S15 and the Mazda RX7 FD3S.

Currently there are no sub titles available however watching the two cars drive through the countryside circuit shows how the cars handle at speed. It also appears to be that the road is damp, leading to some sliding action!

Keep checking back for more highlights from Youtube every week! All of the weekly videos are grouped into the ‘Youtube Video’ category which can be viewed on the right-hand side of the page.

One again, Enjoy!

Video of the Week #2

The start of another weekend and to start things off here is a classic youtube video for you all to watch and enjoy. It is quite a long one with a questionable soundtrack but if you like watching expensive cars that are involved in some ridiculous crashes, this will keep you entertained for a good few minutes.

If you have any suggestions for other videos to be placed on the homepage, please send Gazz a PM on the forums for consideration next week!

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Video of the Week #1

A lot of people who are interested in Japanese motorsports will have probably seen this video already, there has been a lot of talk about how much power this vehicle must be putting down to have done such an impressive thing. So take a look at the following video and be impressed what the humble MR2 Turbo is capable of:

This is courtesy of Team Hayabusa via their youtube posting. For a wheelie of this size, it is pretty damn impressive. If you want more details on this car and the team that have produced this engine build, check their website at Hiroshima-power.co.uk .