Old video from last year when Group C Racing series' cars competed at Monza Circuit. Watch and hear the monstrous prototypes in action around the track!! List of the cars in the video: * ALD C289 (Cosworth 3.5 V8 N/A) * Aston Martin AMR1 (Callaway 6.3 V8 N/A) * Cheetah G606 / ROC 002 (Cosworth 3.5 V8 N/A) * Jaguar XJR-14 (Ford HB 3.5 V8 N/A) * Jaguar XJR-16 (JRV-6 3.0 Twin Turbo V6) * Nissan R91CK (Nissan VRH35Z 3.5 Twin Turbo V8) * Porsche 962 (Porsche Type-935 3.0 Twin Turbo Flat-6) * Porsche 962 CK6 (Porsche Type-935 3.0 Twin Turbo Flat-6) * Sauber Mercedes C11 (Mercedes M119 5.0 Twin Turbo V8) * Spice SE90 GTP (Chevrolet 6.0 V8 N/A)
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With unlimited paper and pencils provided by the federal government, we had everything we needed except for a set of variously sided dice. It turned out that this was generally handled by making a spinner out of cardboard, a paperclip, and the empty internal plastic tube from an ink pen. This latter item is impaled loosely on the paperclip, itself positioned in the center of the cardboard, on which has been drawn a diminishing series of concentric circles divided into 20, 12, 10, 8, 6, and 4 equal segments, respectively.
Fab onboard clip of 1967 Formula one.
Carrying the old 1000W LED light bar underneath the Freefly Alta.